OH, College Dorm Life....

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    Aug 24, 2009 7:45 AM GMT
    Okay, so I am officially moving into the dorms for my junior year of college at a Cal State in the Bay Area. I will be living with three other guys in our dorm room and we all get separate sleeping quarters which is pretty sweet as well. I began to wonder what my dorm-mates are going to be like. Hopefully cool, and hott and bi-curious (at least a little). Hahaha....and then this got me thinking: Do any of you guys have any great stories about living the dorms with other guys??

    Share any and all stories about living in the dorms or about crazy experiences while living there!!
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    Aug 24, 2009 8:00 AM GMT
    Living in the dorms can be fun as hell. My first roommate was this really cute guy that wore light-blue boxers that were basically see-through. He transferred after first semester because he wanted to save money by staying with his folks. The second one was dreadful. He had sleep apnea.

    Sophomore year, I moved in with a guy, who is my best friend, and two other guys in a suite. It was the best. It was the most homoerotic year. We dry-humped each other, felt on each other' s asses, and one of my friends took a crap while watching his roommate shower in a clear shower. It was great.

    Also, there were some really hot guys in the dorms. They would walk around with their towels barely covering anything. The guy who lived two doors down my freshman year was hot as shit. I saw him naked like three or four times. He would keep the door opened while he got dressed.

    Another guy my junior year, who I thought was really cute, would walk around in boxers with his dick hanging out and pretend like he didn't know that it was out.

    Awww, the joys of living with straight guys.
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    Aug 24, 2009 8:14 AM GMT
    Lol, sounds like complete paradise for a gay college guy!! haha, hopefully my dorm-life will be as fulfilling as yours seemed to be! Hahaha, i can only hope that mine are at least a little cute, because when i went to orientation there werent that many cute guys....just mostly girls. :/

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    Aug 24, 2009 8:29 AM GMT
    I only lived in the dorms for one year. I was nervous because I did not meet my roommate till the day we moved in.

    He was a really cute baseball player, and we hit it off really well as friends. First week we realized we had so many of the same things, from our razor and shaving cream to printer. haha.

    Anyway, we were so much alike and never argued and we got along extremely well and ended up joining a fraternity together. After that the rest of the year we became so close we ended our phone conversations with, "I love you" "I Love you too" hahaa! We really helped each other through school that year it was a rough two semesters for both of us! When we moved out and I transferred to another school, we stood in the parking lot together and hugged and cried. I know sounds so gay LOL but we'd finally go to our car and one of us would be like.. WAIT! One more hug!! I was moving across the country and we werent sure when we'd see each other again!

    Needless to say it's strongest bond in friendship I've ever built and we now introduce each other as brothers.

    But my dorm experience is something that I absolutely miss, because I'm extremely social and I talked to EVERYONE in the entire building! hehe.
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    Aug 24, 2009 8:32 AM GMT
    Should RJ send you a care package of rubbers, lube and other miscellaneous *cough* paraphernalia??? icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 24, 2009 8:56 AM GMT
    Wow, sounds like you had a great experience as well....now i am even more excited about moving in. Do you guys still talk every now and then?? And thats great that you made such an amazing friend there. Did you guys just live with one another or were there others that lived in the dorm with you guys as well??

    and liltanker....if it wouldnt be too much trouble, id love the care package.
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    Aug 24, 2009 9:05 AM GMT
    I only lived the dorm life my fresman year ( Thurston Hall) Lking back it was a great experience but the following yr I shared an apt w/ 4 other guys! I wish you well my friend have fun and play safe.
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    Aug 24, 2009 2:15 PM GMT
    Oh dorm life, how crazy you are. I never had any really attractive roommates, they were all totally hetero. But it's all good. My freshman year was capped by a friend of mine jumping out of a second story window. I forget why now, all I remember is that he was running like hell, ran into his room, vaulted onto his desk and right out the window. Sophomore year my first roommate was a total douche, and the semester was capped with the occasion where my recovery from mono and frantic attempts at studying were interrupted by a visit from campus security and local police officers. They were there to search the room for illegal drugs, and boy did they find some (it probably helped that I was pointing out his hiding spots). Second semester sophomore year was spent in the German language suite, where we essentially drank every night. It was pretty awesome. My roommate was a genuinely nice guy who was one of the first people I came out to. He was really accepting and cool with everything about it. Junior year was spent in a double single, as my roommate dropped out a month in. Senior year I lived off campus with 4 girls, a life that was ok, but would never want to do it again. My 5th year (since I transferred schools) I lived by myself.
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    Aug 24, 2009 2:18 PM GMT
    I lived in international dorms last year, it was pretty cool

    I had a pretty cool Asian frat guy (who had some homophobic friends that embarrassed themselves) , A little tiny timid Filipino dude both straight

    and one gay Mexican dude who moved his boyfriend in and turned out to be a complete slob and left the dorm a dive at the end of the year that i had to clean up. icon_confused.gif

    I also shared a wall with this weird guy that was obsessionally christian more than I've ever seen yet also the biggest gay slut on campus...He was always banging on my walls to get me to turn down the devil music and what not....I always turned it up to drown out the noise of him getting laid
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    Aug 24, 2009 2:45 PM GMT
    I don't know about college dorming. But highschool dorming is hell. Everyone's so self concious about their bodies. I wasn't (just being who I am. I'm never self concious) but when you come out things start to get a little wierd. Guys sort of avoid you when your in a towel. But on I heard more than once that there was gay stuff going on. Guess I wasn't invited cause they didn't want to admit they were gay? Yeesh.

    Which I don't care because quite frankly they aren't attractive anyways. But it could be a lot worse. I know a lot of situations where if I gay guys out and in the shower people beat the shit out of him. College is a lot better I think? I hope. We'll see soon enough. icon_razz.gif

    Anyways, wish you the best of luck! Just be careful of "straight boys" you know the boys that want you at night but during the day your just friends? Yuck. icon_neutral.gif
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    Aug 24, 2009 2:47 PM GMT
    omg, i hate freshman dorms so much. i had the most miserable experience freshman year- since them i've mostly lived in the upper-classmen dorms, which have private single rooms in suite style groupings, and everything is new and much nicer (and quieter- fewer false fire alarms pulled in the middle of the night lol)- can't do apartments cause they require a year long lease and i have to coop every other quarter so i can't be bound by that. but freshman dorms.... (shudders)

    so my freshman year, i was put in a quad- one room, a 3/4 height partition wall, and 4 lofted beds. standard cinderblock walls, linoleum floor, and drafty windows that don't really open- all courtesy of the 60's. my three roommates were straight and ugly, and had ZERO sense of hygiene; they didn't change their bedding once all year that I ever saw, except when going home at the end of each quarter briefly, and they themselves always smelled bad. they threw huge parties in our tiny room several times a week, for which i'd try to be away, and would pack like 30 people in the closet of a room- so it'd get trashed, and then they'd never clean up.

    SERIOUSLY, they didn't do one thing to clean the room all year.

    and i wasn't gonna clean up their messes like a maid- i cleaned my own area and my own messes, and frequently asked them to clean theirs- but they said they didn't mind the mess so if i had a problem with it it was my duty.

    so we had dustbunnies the size of your head. the floor was sticky with spilt alcohol. it then got velveted with dust. someone had lit paper on fire and melted it into the linoleum at some point. another had puked in the middle of the floor.... and my roomates only put a newspaper over it- so i had to learn to leap barefoot over the dried pile every night to get to the bathroom (don't even get me started on the horrors of a floor bathroom). some drunkass jeggermeistered our water purifier, and some clepto drunk chick kept stealing my stuff and not remembering where she put it- i lost a versace tshirt, a bunch of abercrombie shirts, a gold pendant, and a boot- yes, a single and very expensive boot. and those are just the things i remember missing. oh and they built this 'fort' between two of their beds with black sheets and christmas lights, and would hook up with ugly girls or just play loud video games in it until the early morning while i had to sleep for my exams or project critiques. oh- haha- just remembered this- they had a george foreman grill and plates that they used once, got realllll nice and greasy, then left on the counter for months. i kept asking them to clean it and they never did. so when the mold fuzz was about an inch thick on all of it, i threw the whole mess away. haha they were like... 'duuude, where's the grill??' i just gave them an innocent stare.
    and then there were the temperature wars. one of them was from florida and was always cold, even when the room was sweltering, which was often.

    perhaps the worst part of the whole year was just having to jack off in the showers, due to no privacy in the room.

    worst experience of my life- glad i endured it so i can brag about it, but seriously. seriously? there were even cockroaches. the school really turns a blind eye to the freshman dorms.
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    Aug 24, 2009 2:54 PM GMT
    My freshman year was my coming out. I was playing baseball and my roommate was a swimmer. We hitted off very well and he and I did end up having some sexual times. He was my first incounter with gay sex.
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    Aug 24, 2009 3:02 PM GMT
    I lived in the Residence Halls for 3 out of my 4 years. Was in First-Year halls all 3 years (was an RA for my soph and junior years). Freshman year was definitely the most fun, had a great roommate who was a friend but we were not BFFs so it was really nice.

    Sophomore year I had a roommate who would clear his throat and collect his phlegm in a big glass jar he kept on his desk. icon_eek.gif
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    Aug 24, 2009 3:10 PM GMT
    I lived with 3 guys my junior and senior year (2 were hot). Unfortunately, my room was closest to the not-so-hot one. They all knew each other beforehand, so I was the new one and it was pretty awful.

    One had a psycho gf who stayed with us 5 out of 7 days a week and would get into fights with her every night. They would fight in his room but it was so loud I could clearly hear everything from the living room.

    Another one decided to post tacky ABSOLUT posters all over the living room and kitchen.

    And they ALL (including the gf) were obsessed with Friends. They had the entire Friends series on DVD, would invite a bunch of people over to play the Friends board game, and would not stop talking (sometimes screaming) about Friends.
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    Aug 24, 2009 6:04 PM GMT
    My 1st few years of school I had to live in student halls.
    I have never lived with more disgusting people in my life. I was thinking about one of my ex roommates just yesterday; this guy was from India but very westernized, he was so used having servants that he would talk to me like one. Our kitchen was a bio-hazard to the point that I kept my food in a girl-friend's flat upstairs from mine. This guy was so used to people cleaning up after him that he had no clue how to do it himself.
    I had to bring the school in to see how bad the kitchen was. Truly vile.
    Life got much better once I moved out -EWW!
    It makes me wonder, how do these people function?
  • metalxracr

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    Aug 24, 2009 9:03 PM GMT
    Hoodiestud saidWow, sounds like you had a great experience as well....now i am even more excited about moving in. Do you guys still talk every now and then?? And thats great that you made such an amazing friend there. Did you guys just live with one another or were there others that lived in the dorm with you guys as well??

    and liltanker....if it wouldnt be too much trouble, id love the care package.


    We still talk and we're still really close! And there was just two of us in a dorm that's it. We didn't even have separate sleeping areas. Our beds were like 3 ft apart from each other.

    Oh yeah another thing that we did that was cool was our closet. We shared a closet with our own sides but we ended up just consolidating everything and doubled our wardrobe! haha! That actually ended up working out really well for us.
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    Aug 24, 2009 9:30 PM GMT
    Wow, so far....some of these stories are more like nightmares!! Im nervous that I may end up having such an experience, but I am gonna hope that this doesnt happen to me even though its very possible. My room im staying in is suite....with 4 separate bedrooms and a single living room. But it seems like the more sexual things tend to happen in the shared rooms.
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    Aug 24, 2009 9:33 PM GMT
    Man, I've never had a good college dorm or apartment experience. All my guys were totally not attractive at all, extremely conservative, psychotic, or just plain awkward...

    I got screwed...
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    Aug 24, 2009 10:10 PM GMT
    The nearest to what I would call dorm life was in 1994 while a vollie at a Christian Conference Center on the outskirts of Haifa, in Israel.
    Here I shared a two bed dorm in the vollie's building with a stuck-up English churchgoer, named Richard, an undergraduate who was studying to be a Sports Physiotherapist. He was very class-conscious and he gave the impression that I was beneath him by acting rather churlishly when trying to communicate with him. He was nationalistic, a Royalist who found my more liberal attitude to the British monarchy rather offensive, and was VERY homophobic. After a few weeks sharing the dorm, he had me thrown out of the very room I had to myself for a month before he even arrived, and I had to occupy a spare room in the center itself.
    It was people just like Richard - a church-going Christian with homophobic, nationalistic, patriotic, class-conscious attitudes which brought me to the brink of my own faith being totally destroyed, and on the ace of becoming an atheist.
    Fortunately, the seedlings of my faith began to sprout while staying at a small backpackers hostel occupied by down-to-earth travelers in the heart of Jerusalem Old City. They were not believers of the Christian faith, but at least THEY treated me as human, equal to themselves.
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    Aug 24, 2009 10:23 PM GMT
    I lived off campus with 2 other guys on the gymnastics team, i think one was bi-curious and the other was down for anything.. One dude was from boston[ a red head with a big dick ], and the other from the bronx in new york[also with a tremendous dick], i brought the ass to the party...LOL
    My roommate[the red head] jerked off everynight and didnt care if i was in the room or not, the other actually asked me for sex..
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    Aug 24, 2009 11:47 PM GMT
    jgymnast733 saidI lived off campus with 2 other guys on the gymnastics team, i think one was bi-curious and the other was down for anything.. One dude was from boston[ a red head with a big dick ], and the other from the bronx in new york[also with a tremendous dick], i brought the ass to the party...LOL
    My roommate[the red head] jerked off everynight and didnt care if i was in the room or not, the other actually asked me for sex..


    That is fucking hot. Did you take the Bronx guy up on the offer?
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    Aug 25, 2009 1:09 AM GMT
    I moved out of the dorms my freshmen year after three days, my dorm was infested with huge roaches. I opted for off campus college apartments with 4 random roommates. None we hot, one was gay but a disgusting pig. So I never really lived the dorm life. Now I lease an apartment with my good friend.
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    Aug 25, 2009 1:26 AM GMT
    Balljunkie said
    jgymnast733 saidI lived off campus with 2 other guys on the gymnastics team, i think one was bi-curious and the other was down for anything.. One dude was from boston[ a red head with a big dick ], and the other from the bronx in new york[also with a tremendous dick], i brought the ass to the party...LOL
    My roommate[the red head] jerked off everynight and didnt care if i was in the room or not, the other actually asked me for sex..


    That is fucking hot. Did you take the Bronx guy up on the offer?

    We had an away gymnastics meet on long island and we stayed at [the farmingdale inn],alot of teams from east coast colleges attended, even the guys from west point.[ YUMM] .Anyways, my roomies on that trip was the bronx guy and another from virginia..The bronx guy got naked and wanted a message plus wanted me to get naked[so i did]..
    Yeah we fucked alot that night and the other guy just jerked off, the next day we got up late and had to run to the bus to compete that morning.
    It was hard doing floor ex. because i kept farting,,,LOL.. this hole was stretched like never before,not to mention sore and sensitive..
    It's funny because his wife just e-mailed me about attending his 30th birthday in november..Of course i'm going!!!!!!!!!!! connecticut, here i come!!!!!
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    Aug 25, 2009 1:40 AM GMT
    I had an awesome time. I had a different roomate everyyear and I had sex with one of my roomates classmate, who is a girl, boyfriend Damien... Ahh!!! those days. I wonder what became of Damien.
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    Aug 25, 2009 2:43 AM GMT
    Hoodiestud saidWow, so far....some of these stories are more like nightmares!! Im nervous that I may end up having such an experience, but I am gonna hope that this doesnt happen to me even though its very possible. My room im staying in is suite....with 4 separate bedrooms and a single living room. But it seems like the more sexual things tend to happen in the shared rooms.


    I think i was one of the lucky ones, but there are quite a few people I know who met as roommates several years back and are still really good friends. However, I did occasionally hear about people not getting a long and just moving into another room. And that was it. But most got a long, some got on really well and become best friends and some just get a long and forget about each other once they move out.

    I think dorm life is great! I completely miss hanging out with people in the lounge areas and just getting to know everyone. We'd stay up all night some nights and study and talk all night with different occupants of our building. It was fun! Its funny to see people coming in late at night crawling back to their room completely wasted!