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This can't be good for my computer.
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I have someone who lives with me who insists on putting dishes on my laptop and desktop keyboard in an effort to get me to "Clean them up." I keep telling them that this can't be good for the computer and to stop. I work full-time, 48hrs+ per week and no, putting dishes away when I'm leaving for work IN MY OWN ROOM is not at the top of my priority list until I get home at the very earliest. I want to know if this does any damage to the laptop. They usually aren't filled with water or coffee, but sometimes just crumbs from plates.


Sidenote: This room is my own room. They shouldn't even be coming in, in the first place. I am responsible for my own dishes, laundry, ect.
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So you live with your mom and dad, huh?
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They're both dead, but thanks for asking. Mom died in 2007, dad 1994.
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Oh my God, I am truly sorry! I'm glad you called me out on that one. I guess there are a lot of kids online living with their folks, whining about this or that. It was wrong of me to assume you were one of those people. I imagine it must be hard enough to have to work so much overtime then have to deal with some passive-aggressive, jerk roommate.

I can't believe I'm saying this, but back in college, which seems like a lifetime ago, I had a couple of roommates and suite mates. Some were pretty good and some were maybe not awful, but certainly annoying. When I got kicked out of the dorms, and ended up in my first apartment the last thing I wanted was another roommate or more roommates. I did have a best friend who had a key to my apartment though, but that was different of course. I also remember having my first live in boyfriend who ended up mooching off of me, and all I could think was I want this stupid guy gone. I couldn't stand looking at him take up space in my place. I was going to school and working at a local radio station, meanwhile he was just making up excuses, sitting around, doing nothing and making more excuses.

I really wish you well with your living situation, and once again I'm very sorry for my incorrect assumption.
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put a lock on your door
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You're normal for being annoyed by this. You're right, that doesn't sound good. Mister mister has the right idea, get a firm padlock.
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Should be fine. I work 45 hours (one of my jobs is computer repair) and go to school full time but I still do the damn dishes.
why are you eating in your room anyway? You know what'd be worse for your computer - ants
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I do them when I get home, and I eat in my room cause my room mates are kind of obnoxious.
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There's nothing wrong with eating in your room as long as you don't leave dirty dishes and stuff in it. Some people prefer privacy when they eat.
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