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John Smith 18/07/14(Sat)19:40 No. 46633
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Dear John,

Today as I type this, my roommate would probably like for me to do the dishes before I start work but I'm most likely giong to choose not to. What should I say if they become angry with me?

Sincerely yours,
John Smith


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John Smith 18/07/16(Mon)16:54 No. 46634

>>46633
John,

Perhaps you should do the dishes. I don't know how equally you and your roommate divide the chores, but I speak from experience on both sides that disturbing the /eh/ of your relationship in this way leads to very high-stress personal conflict. If your roommate has done their share of chores, you should keep up your end.

-John


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John Smith 18/08/01(Wed)03:14 No. 46656

Dear John,

If you ended up not washing the dishes the day you wrote this, I would suggest apologizing to him. Nobody likes having to do other peoples' dishes. To make it up to him, maybe if you see some of his dishes in the sink one day you can wash them for him.

I how your work is going well.

Best,

John.


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John Smith 18/08/06(Mon)19:37 No. 46659

As I type this, my girlfriend is getting closer to finishing her shower. She already expressed anger at me leaving the bowl I used during lunch on the dinner table unwashed. I hope that by the time I finish typing this, I will have enough time to wash the bowl before she steps out of the shower.


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John Smith 18/08/06(Mon)23:46 No. 46661

>>46659
As an update regarding the unwashed bowl situation, I arrived in the kitchen to find the bowl broken in half. It would appear that my girlfriend is the type of person who gains pleasure by breaking household items.

On the plus side, however, I did not have to wash the bowl after all.


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John Smith 18/08/10(Fri)12:49 No. 46664

>>46661
Problem solved.

How many bowls do you have left? I can see a lack of bowls becoming a problem in the future if your situation doesn't improve.


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John Smith 18/08/22(Wed)18:07 No. 46673

>>46661
Dear John,

I do not think it is a good sign that your girlfriend has chosen to resolve your conflict with violence, even upon an inanimate object. I would say it is one thing to release strees by breaking something, but another to break a thing that is at the center of a personal conflict between people--especially when there were alternative means of resolving the conflict available (waiting long enough for you to get around to washing the bowl). Have you talked to her about the bowl's destruction?

Concerned,
John



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