The Worst College Roommate In America

The Worst College Roommate In America
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We all know college is a place where you either get a great roommate or a roommate you absolutely hate. There maybe nothing worse than having a roommate that manages to cross the line every single time and do things that purposely piss you off. 

Pictured above is a note one roommate left his other roommate informing him that he should maybe wash his sheets before he decides to rest his head on some dried up sperm from the night before.

This guy Matt might actually be the worst roommate in America.

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