My housemate's girlfriend shit on the floor.

  • mcwclewis

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    Nov 28, 2010 1:03 PM GMT
    I'm not joking. It took a whole bottle of bleach and a half bottle of pine-sol for me to be even remotely satisfied.


    It was on the toilet seat, in the toilet, and in two clumps on the floor. Plus shoeprints.


    A whole gallon of bleach.... then I had to throw out the mop head. That was after a whole roll of paper towels.



    How the HELL can someone do that? I mean.... did they have a fight? Is that her getting back at him? There is no amount of alcohol that someone could consume to justify that.


    I can't even sleep because I'm just..... so..... confused, shocked, and grossed out.
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    Nov 28, 2010 1:38 PM GMT
    Probably alcohol related, but also some illnesses could cause that kind of accident, not a deliberate act.

    My question is why the job fell to you to clean it up? Where was your housemate? You came home and found this mess there and them gone? Yet you know it was his GF, so I guess you've had some subsequent contact to learn this?

    I think your housemate owes you an explanation, a major apology, and some compensation. And maybe agree to new living arrangements, if that suits you.
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    Nov 28, 2010 1:39 PM GMT
    You should probably put that thing out of it's misery.
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    Nov 28, 2010 1:44 PM GMT
    Like Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.
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    Nov 28, 2010 1:49 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidProbably alcohol related, but also some illnesses could cause that kind of accident, not a deliberate act.

    My question is why the job fell to you to clean it up? Where was your housemate? You came home and found this mess there and them gone? Yet you know it was his GF, so I guess you've had some subsequent contact to learn this?

    I think your housemate owes you an explanation, a major apology, and some compensation. And maybe agree to new living arrangements, if that suits you.


    Well, I'm ruling out illness based solely on the fact that there was no attempt to clean it at all. I imagine alcohol was the leading factor. The only reason I'm rather sure it was her is because she was the only person there both when I left the house and when I returned. (nobody was awake but her car was there)

    It was about 4am when I found itand my first response was to pretend I didn't see it and hope it was cleaned up in the morning, but I just couldn't sleep knowing that it was there.

    We'll see what happens when I confront them with it, I guess. Moving out isn't really an option, my arm is in a cast for at least another 4 weeks.
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    Nov 28, 2010 1:50 PM GMT
    lissenup saidLike Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.



    Wow.
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    Nov 28, 2010 2:00 PM GMT
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    lissenup saidLike Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.



    Wow.


    That is just the tip of the iceberg. I think I have PTSD from living there! And these guys were all gay, too.
  • GQjock

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    Nov 28, 2010 2:09 PM GMT
    It was YOUR housemate's Girlfriend and YOU had to clean it up?

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    Nov 28, 2010 2:11 PM GMT
    lissenup saidLike Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.

    What a weird response on his part. Since he could still use the toilet, and THEN shower to clean himself. Why squat in the shower when he could sit on the toilet seat? I can't figure that. Was he originally from some underdeveloped country? Or were the toilet and shower in different rooms?
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    Nov 28, 2010 2:13 PM GMT
    Is she autistic? MR?

    -I deal with this ALL THE TIME with my job, but at least they only do it in their bedrooms.

    -I use Virex, and it makes my throat scratchy.
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    Nov 28, 2010 2:16 PM GMT
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    lissenup saidLike Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.

    What a weird response on his part. Since he could still use the toilet, and THEN shower to clean himself. Why squat in the shower when he could sit on the toilet seat? I can't figure that. Was he originally from some underdeveloped country? Or were the toilet and shower in different rooms?


    I had a "don't ask, don't tell" policy with him - didn't want to know any more than I did. He was from my home state, which is an underdeveloped country LOL. He may have done what you suggested, but another roommate found "evidence" in the shower and that was enough for me to never shower there again.
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    Nov 28, 2010 4:23 PM GMT
    Well...look on the bright side...at least she found the toilet, and didn't shit down the kitchen sink like one of my roommate's one night stands did years ago.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Nov 28, 2010 4:31 PM GMT
    I would be outraged as well, but approach it with reason. Your housemate and his rude girlfriend owe you an apology because you had to deal with the mess. If they don't bring it up, I would, but in an unemotional way.

    I've had a little experience here, I recall years ago my older brother, an alcoholic and his wife were staying with us at home and they overflowed
    a toilet at our house. I cleaned up the mess and some additional mess caused and nothing was ever said... I was angry.. and it made an impression, can't you tell... LOL.

    I don't know your situation, but you shouldn't be cleaning up their messes.
    I'd make it clear that you don't want to do that again.
  • rnch

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    Nov 28, 2010 5:46 PM GMT
    this thread is one of the MANY, MANY reasons why i DO live alone. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 28, 2010 5:46 PM GMT
    she was probably all doped up on pills mixed with alcohol. icon_smile.gif


    that could be the only justification for missing the toilet whilst shitting
  • disasterpiece

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    Nov 28, 2010 7:31 PM GMT
    The main idea (someone's shitting somewhere innapropriate) has kinda happened to everybody here. It happens, drunk and weird people everywhere.

    The weird part now : Why in the world would YOU wash the damn thing ?! Gooood I would wake her up at 7 in the morning with a towel and some javelizant and force her to wash her shit. And I wouldn't care about how hangover she'd be. Daaaaayum !
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    Nov 28, 2010 7:37 PM GMT
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    lissenup saidLike Art Deco said, she was probably very drunk or on something else.

    When I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.



    Wow.


    No fucking way!! Wow that is disgusting. icon_eek.gif
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    Nov 28, 2010 8:10 PM GMT
    Disasterpiece saidThe main idea (someone's shitting somewhere innapropriate) has kinda happened to everybody here. It happens, drunk and weird people everywhere.

    The weird part now : Why in the world would YOU wash the damn thing ?! Gooood I would wake her up at 7 in the morning with a towel and some javelizant and force her to wash her shit. And I wouldn't care about how hangover she'd be. Daaaaayum !


    If I were so drunk I shit all over the floor, I would hope that someone would wake my drunk ass up and make me clean it myself as well. That's fuckin' nasty.
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    Nov 28, 2010 8:49 PM GMT
    Wow just wow....I don't think I would ever had courage to do that.... icon_confused.gif


    You better have a word with them both.They need to be straightened out icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 28, 2010 11:23 PM GMT
    lissenup saidWhen I first moved to NY I roomed with four others and one was so lazy he would not buy toiled paper if we ran out....but would shit in the shower and wash it down. I only showered at the gym and moved out as soon as possible.

    Ugh. This reminds me of all those posts by people (who never heard of wetting the toilet tissue) who consider toilet paper "unsanitary" and only drop a deuce en route to their (shared?) shower.
  • mcwclewis

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    Nov 29, 2010 12:06 AM GMT
    Update: After I cleaned and went to bed, I woke up to find more of it on the seat.



    Apparently my housemate was home, I heard them getting up but I was tired and didn't hunt them down to talk about it. When I see him next I'm going to say something along the lines of - "I've convinced myself that you had a friend over who brought their sick and poorly trained dog. Despite this not being possible, it's what I'm going with. Just promise me that whoever it was is never in that state again and that I will never see anything like that again."


    If there's a proper apology and I indeed, never, ever see it again I'll be alright. If there's no apology and/or I see something like this again, I'm going to contact the girls that own the house and let them deal with it. I think they'll be a lot less forgiving than me.
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    Nov 29, 2010 12:27 AM GMT
    mcwclewis saidUpdate: After I cleaned and went to bed, I woke up to find more of it on the seat.



    Apparently my housemate was home, I heard them getting up but I was tired and didn't hunt them down to talk about it. When I see him next I'm going to say something along the lines of - "I've convinced myself that you had a friend over who brought their sick and poorly trained dog. Despite this not being possible, it's what I'm going with. Just promise me that whoever it was is never in that state again and that I will never see anything like that again."


    If there's a proper apology and I indeed, never, ever see it again I'll be alright. If there's no apology and/or I see something like this again, I'm going to contact the girls that own the house and let them deal with it. I think they'll be a lot less forgiving than me.


    dude, just be real. be like "yo dude, someone fuckin shit all over the bathroom, literally ALL OVER the bathroom. Thats fucking gross cuz I got stuck cleaning it up, can u make sure that "shit" doesn't happen again" lol

    I mean, I wouldn't get all mad and like make a house issue out of it, as im sure he had no control over the girl's bowel movements. But let him know that u dont appreciate cleaning up someone elses shit..

    Chances are tho, this chick doesnt just go around shitting on floors. Hopefully, it was just a bad night for her........ and u
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    Nov 29, 2010 12:56 AM GMT
    mcwclewis saidUpdate: After I cleaned and went to bed, I woke up to find more of it on the seat.

    Apparently my housemate was home...

    Maybe HE was the perpetrator. But either way, sounds like his bed must have been a sewer, and certainly some clothes got soiled. Maybe he's already suffered for this. I hope you guys don't combine wash loads. icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 29, 2010 1:01 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    mcwclewis saidUpdate: After I cleaned and went to bed, I woke up to find more of it on the seat.

    Apparently my housemate was home...

    Maybe HE was the perpetrator. But either way, sounds like his bed must have been a sewer, and certainly some clothes got soiled. Maybe he's already suffered for this. I hope you guys don't combine wash loads. icon_razz.gif



    Maybe it was him..... ugh.... either way, though.


    And no I never combine washloads because a)things like this can happen and b) nobody I've ever lived with has understood how to use bleach, so I don't trust my clothing to anybody icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 29, 2010 3:50 AM GMT
    Hillarious!!! I have friends that had a similar experience. An acquaintance of theirs (also a girl) got really drunk and couldn't make it home. She puked on herself so they hosed her off in the shower, put her in some basketball shorts and a t-shirt, and let her pass out on the couch.

    The next morning they woke up to find her, the couch, and a floor rug smeared in crap. There were also two big loaves of poop sitting on the hardwood floor. They had to throw everything away. NEVER thought I would hear a re-write of that story from someone else's mouth. Hahaha!

    What's up with the girls and drunk pooping? I was always told that girls don't have buttholes. Maybe they only appear when they're drunk.