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Q: where did you find your room mate?

I need a room mate next month and i have sending the AD on claffied-seeking for room mate!

anyone know any other website i can find a room mate?tks!

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How much will you pay for a room mate?

Bravelife:

If you can give some extra services,might get free stay

If the poster is a guy,you can bring more girls to his home.If she is a lady,you can offer service yourself.

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TedDBayer:

I give free service. I was hero in my apartment. I asked one of my friends if I opened my own barber shop, would I only get guys? I would not charge extra for fat chicks.

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Yeah, posting anonymous just screams sincere and non-psycho room mate. 

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I found my roomate on www.ganji.com

TedDBayer:

take me

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Be my servant

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Thank you, I am a young girl linking for female room mate on sep , if anyone interested pls add my wechat 15265299058 

sorrel:

if you are looking for a troll, certainly put your we-chat number on a public forum

if not, just invite PM's

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