||[Aug. 7th, 2008|01:48 pm]
The Question Club
So, I met this girl at orientation a month ago for school who asked me to be her room mate in a three bedroom/two bath house within walking distance of the school. I asked if anyone was going to take the third bedroom and she said she would rather have it as a study and that way we wouldn't have to share bathrooms. I was fine with this. Now, less than two weeks before we sign the papers, she asks in text if it is ok for her boyfriend to move in. He lives almost 40 minutes away from the school and won't even be going to this school, he just can't live without her. (Gag) Anyway, I was rather pissed by this and responded with "I don't think that is a good idea. He would be a distraction and I just wouldn't feel comfortable with it." Now she says, "Well, we'll just wait a little while and see how things go from there. I haven't said anything to my parents yet, so please don't tell them."
Would you also be pissed by this?
What would you do?
Should I tell her parents if she continues with this thought even after knowing how I feel?
Should I still plan to move in with her, or just find a one bedroom apartment?
Any other advice?
I know for a fact that her parents would not be happy if they knew. I've already gone off to my boyfriend (who I will be moving 40 minutes away from and am not asking if he can move in) and my mom about this. My mom plans to say something, and I'm not going to stop her. Would you? She is going to make it discreet like, "So no one else will be moving in, right?"