I'm really getting sick of the girl(s) next door. Oh, who am I kidding? I already am sick of her/them. They/She laugh constantly…sounds like they're just chipper right? Personally, I think they are high/drunk most of the time. HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEEHEHEHEEHEHEHHEEEHEEEEHEEHHEEEHEE all day, all night. I've heard laughing still at 3:00 in the morning. There's laughing now. They've been laughing since before I left to go shopping which was at least what? Half an hour ago?
8 hours from now, there will still be laughing coming from that room. HEE HEE HEEE HEHEHEHE HEEE HEEE HEEE HEHEHE. They're also making weird noises like yelling but maybe in a foreign language or maybe just making weird sounds for the hell of it, who knows?
The problem with living here is this – some of us want here. We want here because we want away from the aforementioned shit. Most of us are anxious and/or introverts, whatever. We want left alone. Just shut up and go away and we're good.
The rest of the students here – my neighbors for example – are losers. Morons. Idiots who were unable to fill out their housing form in time out of pure laziness. So those of us who want to live here are stuck living with these wastes of space listening to them banging on doors, yelling, having sex with random people, coming in drunk, running down the halls, etc..
Now, this won't last obviously. They're going to fuck up. This school isn't for idiots. You may get in because you performed well in high school or are rich but if you think you're going to come here and pay your way through your classes or goof off now that your parents aren't babysitting you, things are going to come to a screeching halt damn fast and you're going to find yourself among the 40% of students who don't return.
But until this girl/these girls gets/get the boot, I'm not sure what to do. Should I knock on their door and say hey, I hear laughing and yelling off and on until pretty late at night, can you please stop? Do I call the front desk? Or just forget them and talk to the RA here? Or just try to ignore it and laugh my ass off when it suddenly gets really quiet over there?
When you live this close to other people, you don't act like that. Under normal circumstances, you could report such rude people to the management and they'd be told to be quiet. Being a student doesn't change the fact that this sort of behavior is rude. There's laughing at something funny and then there's being totally out of your mind almost all day and night and they've crossed the line from the former to the latter. There's no call for banging on doors, slamming things, yelling, running up and down the hallway, etc.. I really hate people who think they're better than everyone else.