Here's the original post by a Reddit user who later deleted his account:
OP's roommate has been having issues with his GF staying over.
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The roommate was concerned about the utilities the GF uses.
The daughter's GF also spends the night 4 to 5 times each week.
OP eventually modified the post to include a "Note" with more context about the situation.
Here's how the Reddit community reacted to the user's post:
The place OP describes seems too magical to be true.
There's no way the difference is that low.
The GF's kid needs stability in her life.
Kids completely change everything regardless of their behavior.
The roommate never signed up to live with that many people.
It's entirely unfair for the roommate to constantly have that many people over.
OP's behavior is unreasonable and potentially breaks the lease.
Two wrongs don't make a right.
OP and his GF need to get their own place.
That kind of life is rough on a kid.
"Your poor roommate and that poor child."
OP didn't discuss this arrangement with his roommate beforehand.
OP's roommate has the right to live in her home comfortably.
That is no way for a child to live and grow.
What OP is doing is not only unfair but also illegal.
The roommate has every right to complain. OP is obviously downplaying the situation and trying to make it seem normal. You can't force two people into someone's daily life and expect them to be okay with that.
The GF's child needs stability in her life and shouldn't be sleeping on an air mattress most days of the week. If you enjoyed reading this, make sure to check out similar content on our platform.