We know that every college student’s biggest nightmare is having a horrible roommate, but something we recently realized that is equally worse is if someone thinks that you’re the horrible roommate. Jessica, a student at Penn State was browsing through Twitter and found all of her roommate, Nikki’s horrible sub-tweets about her.
Jessica’s roommate’s sub-tweets said things such as “My roommate situation is a horror story. And if you don’t believe me ask Britt,” “Update: my roommate has whooping cough,” “Two weeks down and I already hate my roommate,” and “Britt is talking about rooming together next year and I’m actually crying about the thought of having a good roommate.”
Jessica responded to these rude sub-tweets by printing them out and putting them on their shared dorm-room-door. She then tweeted a picture of the door and captioned it “Today I found all the subtweets my roommate has made about me, so I printed them out and hung them up in our dorm <3” This tweet obviously went viral and people loved watching the two girls not get along.
Jessica explains her logic behind this art project by saying she “wanted her to acknowledge what she did. I was upset, so I wanted her to be upset.” Later on in the day, Jessica tweeted a picture of the door with all of the printed-out tweets ripped down and captioned it “aw looks like she was mad.”
Jessica also tweeted screenshots of conversations between the two roommates and captioned it “bitch hates me but refuses to leave.” Someone cleverly responded “I’m confused are y’all beefing on twitter while sleeping next to each other or did someone leave yet” Jessica responded to this by explaining that Nikki is sleeping in a different room for the time being.