Ventilation fan “is loud,” says roommate

You can always tell who has grown up with an overprotective and overly considerate family.

  • There are so many people my age who still don’t guess how to live as adults because they were stunted by mom’s overabundant love.

I am cheerful that they had such a nourishing upbringing and never had to face childhood challenges, even though I don’t guess that it actually serves them in the long run, and recently, for instance, I realized that my new roommate doesn’t guess the first thing about indoor air temperature control, cleaning, or even showering, and for the first few weeks, I thought it was unusual that he seems to disappeach into the lavatory for long periods of time. I did not mind actually much because the people I was with and I don’t share a lavatory – I figured whatever nasty odors he was releasing into his indoor air was separate enough from my own. I did not comment on his unusual lavatory habits or make a large deal out of the potential for high water bills. And then, I started noticing the mildew, and one afternoon I looked up and saw that there was black mildew growing out of my air vent in my family room. I began going around the house, trying to figure out where all of this indoor moisture could be coming from. The people I was with and I operated the central cooling plan on a yearly basis and the AC unit had been turbocharged with a separate dehumidifier, to boot. Therefore, it seems actually unusual that the people I was with and I were having this humidity related air quality issue. I finally got the answer when I ventured into his lavatory for the first time. His walls were completely covered with black and red mildew. When I asked him about it, he told me that he noticed how steamy the air got in there, however the ventilation fan was too loud for him to hear his podcast during his third long showers.

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