Girl 1: Wait did you guys plan your room? Like decorate it? Together? Before school started? OK I’m saying, how much did you guys talk about it? Girl 2: Well I wanted-‐ OK I wanted to match bedspreads. But then I thought it would be awkward if I asked her. So I asked her and I was like, “do you wanna match or like be similar?” And she was like, “Well I already have mine.” Girl 3: I didn’t already have mine? I was like, “I guess similar?” Girl 2: Really? Cause like my friend Mickey… Girl 3: You should’ve said that. Cause I don’t care. I was so like I don’t give a fuck. Girl 2: Cause, like, they got the same bedspread from Pottery Barn but, like, in two different colors of it. Girl 1: Oh. Girl 2: And so, like, it was so cute. Girl 1: Yeah we have friends who did that. Girl 2: We could’ve pushed our beds together? Girl 3: No I don’t wanna do that. I decided. Girl 1: (laughs) Why not? Girl 3: Cause as much as I love Nathan… (Laughs) Girl 1: So is it like Nathan or pushing your beds together? Girl 3: Yeah. Girl 2: Nathan wins. Girls 3: No I don’t know. I just think it’s different. I kind of like having my own space. Girl 2: (Looks at Girl 1) Do you like having your beds pushed together? Girl 1: Yeah I like it. Girl 3: Nathan told me you kick. I would just be so annoyed. And I kick. So we would just be having a match the whole time. Girl 2: We would’ve snuggled at night? No I’m just kidding.
Girl 3: I hate snuggling. Girl 2: I’m a snuggler. Girl 3: Yeah you went to Nathan’s room. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Girl 1: She’s probably not gonna be home until spring break. Girl 2: Is she going somewhere, too? Oh yeah that’s right. With her roommate. Girl 1: Are you allowed to do that? Trade parking passes? Girl 2: Oh well I did that. It’s just if you’re registered. Girl 1: If you could just bring that parking pass and a refrigerator then you could do whatever this weekend. Get whatever you need. Girl 2: Tony has class tomorrow but I’m sure he’s not gonna do it. Girl 1: Have you asked him, though? Girl 2: No. Girl 1: I wonder what he’d say if you asked. Girl 2: His mom didn’t make him pay for that. Therefore, it’s still ours. Ever since the flood, like half the outlets in his room don’t even work. Girl 1:(laughs) Really? That sucks. Girl 2: Because they lost power, too. Girl 1: Sucks. Is Tony going to IU next year since you are?
Girl 2: I’m sure he’ll transfer because then he fell in love with IU. That’s one of the things he said last night. Girl 1: I’m really glad though, like for our apartment. He wasn’t gonna be there. Girl 2: He’s still mad about that. And Lindsay, she’s like I understand why you didn’t want to. Girl 1: It’s like we’re only 18 and 19 years old. We have our whole life to live together. I don’t know. It’s, like, it’s too much. Girl 2: Once people move in, that’s when somebody gets pregnant. (Laughs) Girl 1: Wasn’t the deadline January 18th. I thought you said you could move out January 18th. Girl 2: My mom was like “Jane and I were talking today, and we were thinking she was literally trying to get you to move out.” But I’ve been thinking that the whole time. And she was like, “She does not know who she’s messing with. When you get determined…” Girl 1: Yeah. Girl 2: And guess what? I won. Girl 1: You won. That bitch. Yeah I would feel horrible if I left Lisa. Girl 2: It’s just rude. I told my mom that and she was like “It’s more rude for her to stay.” Girl 1: Yeah. Acting the way she did. Yeah. Girl 2: Audrey was like, talking about… What was she saying? We were talking about how Francesca is like crazy. I don’t understand why Francesca has such a problem with her. She seems like she’s be such a good roommate. And I was like, “She’s not. Lauren doesn’t do anything. Francesca’s just crazy.”