To keep the thread alive, I have two/three little more oddities of what I've seen from him in the last 24 hours.
1.) A fellow "Cafer" that I talk to thought my roommate isn't too weird despite this thread. Well, after I told him this, he now believes me: I had to conduct a workout in my room due to having a lot of HW. So I keep the door 2/3 open as opposed to fully open so I don't deck my head on the door during situps (if I kick back). I realized after one of my sets of situps that my roommate is just standing behind the door in the hallway, and had been there for atleast 15 seconds. I have absolutely no idea why he didn't just walk in - I wasn't blocking the door at all or his side of the room. I had to get up and ask why he didn't just walk in....so he just said oh and walked into the room and after that things were fine.
2.) This one isn't so bad, but it is a little interesting: Last night I'm ready to go to sleep and I see my roommate go to sleep in the same shirt and jeans he wore all day (I fell alseep after he did). At 8:15 his alarm goes off (I woke up at 8 so I'm alert for 9:00 class) and he's up with only a pair of tighty whities on. He then presumes to put on the same jeans (normal) and shirt (dunno if that's normal, since it was a collar/polo) he fell asleep in last night, and walked out the door two minutes later for an 8:30 class/work study. I scratched my head but didn't think much of it.
3.) This one scares me. I've come to accept him leaving the door closed all the time when it's just him in the room cuz he's not social at all. Our room is all the way at the end of the hall, so hardly anyone comes by my room anyway (except for my friends when they say dinner time) and it's pretty quiet even with the door open. Therefore, I find it odd that he LOCKS THE DOOR to the room now every single time he's in the room.
This habit has begun this week. Having the door shut is one thing, but locking
it every single time when you're in the room is a little weird IMO.
I am tolerant with him and don't bring any of this up at all, but it baffles me as to why he needs the door not only closed, but also locked when he's in the room. Example #1 is weird but I can see that as jsut being socially retarted. #2 isn't too bad, just interesting. #3 is bizarre.