Funny stories to share about living with c/o or non-c/o housemates?

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    Nov 03, 2011 10:49 PM GMT
    Does anyone have any funny stories to share about living with c/o or non-c/o housemates?

    Both of my housemates are non-c/o (and don't know about my proclivities) and they are both gone for a week, a very rare occurence: one is out of state for his grandmother's funeral and one is 150 miles away at his sister's wedding.

    So here I am taking advantage of the situation, enjoying the house all to myself today and thinking of taking a naked nap on the couch when all of sudden I hear house keys in the front door! JUMP UP and the garage was closer than the bedroom so I bounced in there quick and made like I was doing laundry. He sees my butt around the corner and makes a big hoopla the way str8 guys can, ribbing me about it.

    Turns out sister's-wedding-housemate had forgotten his good camera and some nice clothes, so drove 150 miles back here to get it. Yeah, I got it. SURPRISE!

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    Nov 04, 2011 12:41 AM GMT
    I don't really understand the question, maybe I'm just being stupid...

    c/o means they don't take primary residence there and non-c/o means they do? (Like you would address a letter "In Care of" or "C/o")
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    Nov 04, 2011 12:51 AM GMT
    Does c/o mean corrective optics?
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    Nov 04, 2011 12:56 AM GMT
    Does c/o mean clothing optional?
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    Nov 04, 2011 12:58 AM GMT
    bwinter00 saidDoes c/o mean clothing optional?


    You're smart. We have a nudie on our hands.
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    Nov 04, 2011 1:19 AM GMT
    if c/o means clothing optional i live with a non-c/o straight guy (who i'm about to murder for his pure and unbridled stupidity and cluelessness). The unit is a 2br/2ba apartment with a large living room separating the two "suites". To save room in my bedroom (as i pay more of the rent) my Intel box (dual monitor setup) and desk are out in the living room right by my bedroom door. Well...i lived alone for several years before and got very used to not wearing any clothes around the apartment. So my roommate had to get used, not to coming in on me naked, but to a spinning desk chair, lol.

    I was cooking one time when he and the bimbo came home and had to run and hide in the pantry until they went into their bedrooms.

    My master bedroom has a sliding door that opens onto the porch that he goes out and...gag...smokes on. He has to close the door or risk being thrown over the railing by me. well...i was uh..."busy" with myself one time and he definitely saw.

    she complained a few times cuz i was wearing a shorty-robe on the couch.
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    Nov 04, 2011 1:34 AM GMT
    The way I figure it, a roomie had better to be able to tolerate my habits and I had better be the same with him. He doesn't have to walk around naked, but it's my house and I will if I want to. I do not mind getting clothed when visitors arrive.

    .I want one place where others do not rule me. Home is it.
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    Nov 04, 2011 1:36 AM GMT
    I'm only dealing with them for another 3 months then they're gonna hit the pavement. When their constant, daily, noisy fuckfests finally ended up getting her in the family way i said enough was enough. They're leaving at the end of the current lease.
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    Nov 04, 2011 1:37 AM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 saidif c/o means clothing optional i live with a non-c/o straight guy (who i'm about to murder for his pure and unbridled stupidity and cluelessness). The unit is a 2br/2ba apartment with a large living room separating the two "suites". To save room in my bedroom (as i pay more of the rent) my Intel box (dual monitor setup) and desk are out in the living room right by my bedroom door. Well...i lived alone for several years before and got very used to not wearing any clothes around the apartment. So my roommate had to get used, not to coming in on me naked, but to a spinning desk chair, lol.

    I was cooking one time when he and the bimbo came home and had to run and hide in the pantry until they went into their bedrooms.

    My master bedroom has a sliding door that opens onto the porch that he goes out and...gag...smokes on. He has to close the door or risk being thrown over the railing by me. well...i was uh..."busy" with myself one time and he definitely saw.

    she complained a few times cuz i was wearing a shorty-robe on the couch.


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    Nov 04, 2011 1:41 AM GMT
    Trollileo: Teach your roomies to get a can or milk carton or such, stuff some crumpled newspaper or kitty litter or sawdust or something in it and use it to hold the grease so it can go in the trash.

    Grease on compost piles attracts critters. I should never go down the drain, though.

    Hope things are all clear now.
  • monet

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    Nov 04, 2011 2:23 AM GMT
    My 14 year old daughter has recently decided that we live in a c/o home. I didn't mind her running around naked when she was a baby but she 15 years old for God's sake. I bought her a bathrobe which she refuses to wear. When I yell at her and tell her to put clothes on she laughs at me. I don't know where this is coming from.
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    Nov 04, 2011 3:02 AM GMT
    LJay saidTrollileo: Teach your roomies to get a can or milk carton or such, stuff some crumpled newspaper or kitty litter or sawdust or something in it and use it to hold the grease so it can go in the trash.

    Grease on compost piles attracts critters. I should never go down the drain, though.

    Hope things are all clear now.


    Yea don't pour grease down the drain. It can back up the sewer for the whole block. It will congeal somewhere eventually and it's an expensive mess for the town to fix (which you ultimately pay for in tax/higher rent, etc., even if it doesn't back up into your house).

    I never got caught starkers but I go shirtless most of the time in the summer and this year I was doing yard work out back and a woman two houses away started whistling and catcalling. I felt so violated LOL