Like I mentioned earlier in this reply, hanging out with both groups when it comes to parties and going out is going to be tough. My two real close friends (who share the Quad with A and B) told me their room now is extremely awkward, especially since Roommate B feels my two other friends in the quad favor Roommate A, and they probably do. Also, Roommate B wants to make Roommate A's life (and the other people that like him) a living hell, since he is always being rejected and insulted behind his back - I suggested he takes the high road, but that apparently won't be happening - this could get ugly.
Please don't mention the word "mature" with these 2 guys any more. They are both acting like babies. Did 1 of them cheat with the other's GF?? Steal $$ from the other??
No and no?? Then, they need to get over themselves and learn to coexist for the next 3 or so months. They don't even have to talk. Just being in the same room and not causing so much drama would suffice.
This is what I'm wondering reading all of this - what, exactly, did B do to earn this treatment? You say A and the rest of the group have their reasons. What are they?
This is what I want to know.
And, they had damned well better be good reasons for treating the guy like this and not simply "he's weird" or "I don't like him" - basically, something better than a catty 12-year-old-girl issue like everyone else here has been saying. Because if that is the issue, then you and the rest of these kids need to realize that you're no longer in the 7th grade and start acting like the soon-to-be adults you really are.
So pop those specifics on us, please. And if it doesn't involve the torture and murder of A's pet goldfish or some really uncool subversion of someone's girlfriend involving booze and duct tape and a video camera, I'm going to have to say you're all acting like children and you all owe B and apology.
And if that is the case, B may be the best one off amongst the lot of you.