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If you're a new uni starter this year, I bet that there's been one big argument in your halls. Whether you were involved or not, there's definitely been one. A big row to clear the air is absolutely my recommended method of dealing with conflict; passive aggressive notes and underhand tactics are bollocks.
In the age of social media, those who fancy being passive aggressive don't have to limit themselves to Post-it notes on the fridge. Nope, they can now share their shitty opinions with all of their friends and family.
Which is exactly what one student from Pennsylvania State University has done. In a series of tweets the student, named as Nikki, had been posting some pretty horrible stuff about her roomie, including being pissed off with her for having whooping cough.
The subject of the tweets, who is called Jessica, somehow came across these posts, which isn't really a shock when it's all out there for anyone to see. Instead of confronting the girl, Jessica has a go at her own little passive aggressive dig and prints them all out and puts them on a board in her room.
today i found all the subtweets my roommate has made about me, so i printed them out and hung them up in our dorm :heart: pic.twitter.com/fQghyj7seZ
- uncle jessy (@jessyjeanie) September 27, 2016
aw looks like she was mad :( pic.twitter.com/0oTz9u4tUb
- uncle jessy (@jessyjeanie) September 28, 2016
The picture of the printed out tweets went vial on Twitter and, because these two girls seem totally incapable of speaking to each other in real life, there followed a bunch of texts between the pair.
The messages show Jessica accusing Nikki of calling the police on her for smoking weed, drinking and accusations of harassment.
Jesus wept, this is too much. Just move out, girls.
Featured image credit: Instagram/Twitter
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