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Woman shows the two very contrasting types of roommates that everyone comes across

The relationship between roommates is different for everyone but there are some traits that everyone has dealt with at least once.

Woman shows the two very contrasting types of roommates that everyone comes across
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @corporatenatalie

One of the most thrilling experiences of moving out is the idea of living with a roommate. A stranger, with whom one has no familiarity, comes into the same space and becomes a friend for life. It is commendable how people quickly adapt to and learn to live with their roommates. However, this interaction also brings out several differences between people. Natalie—who goes by @corporatenatalie on TikTok—shared a video portraying 2 different types of roommates and their typical characteristics and one can’t help but cackle at the accuracy.

Image Source: TikTok|@corporatenatalie
Image Source: TikTok|@corporatenatalie

Starting with type A, Natalie portrayed a cleaning freak. The roommate who is bizarrely organized and always wants everything spick and span. “Hey Katrina, are you still working on that Sweetgreans from a couple of hours ago or am I good to toss it out," the woman said, sharing an example. “Another day another claw clip in our living space,” Natalie said as she depicted the roommate constantly up and at everything to make it neat and prim. “I didn’t realize that our common space was just a holder for everyone’s bottle,” she said looking worried at a table full of cups and mugs. The next few frames captured how these clean-freak roommates always want everything right where it belongs.

Image Source: TikTok|@corporatenatalie
Image Source: TikTok | @corporatenatalie

Right from nagging her roommate to put the snack back in the fridge while she was having it to placing the same brand of alcohol exactly beside each other and even straightening pillows and slippers, this roommate wants everything neat down to the t. Meanwhile, Natalie didn’t have to share the characteristics of type B as it was just the opposite. Every room has type A and type B roommates and Natalie’s enactment gave out that if one wants to figure out which type each roommate is, all they have to do is which of the many traits they match with. In several enactments, Natalie is seen simply pushing off all the clothes, shoes and other belongings back into the messy roommate’s area so their common space could be tidy and clean.

Image Source: TikTok|@corporatenatalie
Image Source: TikTok|@corporatenatalie

Picking up after the “type B” roommate, she is hilariously seen trying to dust, clean and wipe everything, even before it can get dirty. “Are you done with this?” the type A roommate asked, holding a can of beer from the table, ready to toss it in the garbage. “I just opened that,” the other roommate replied. Moving on to the kitchen, Natalie is seen dumping all the cutlery into their respective drawers, completely annoyed by them not being in their assigned places. “Hey, what time are you cooking tonight?” she asked. Her roommate, confused and unbothered, replied, “I don’t know. I don’t know.”

Image Source: TikTok|@kkollock
Image Source: TikTok | @kkollock
Image Source: TikTok|@qveenfries
Image Source: TikTok | @qveenfries

Natalie then let her roommate know that she’d like the entire kitchen space, precisely from 5 to 9 simply because she wants to try a new recipe. With over 8k comments, many people agreed that there is always a divide creating a type A and type B roommate in every scenario. @emmalttlehungry said, “I was the type B roommate but now that I have my own space, I keep it clean.” @1literallyle0 said, “As a type B, just let me live!”

You can follow Natalie (@corporatenatalie) on TikTok for more humor-based content on lifestyle.

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