Roommate or go solo?

What's up everyone, moving to NJ/NYC mid summer to start at a BB and wondering if I should even bother attempting to find a roommate or just live alone?What's up everyone, moving to NJ/NYC mid summer after school to work at a BB and wondering if I should even bother attempting to find a roommate or if I should just live alone?What's up everyone, moving to NJ/NYC mid summer after school to work at a BB and wondering if I should even bother attempting to find a roommate or if I should just live alone?

Also to those who have found a good set of roommates before moving out there, how did you find them? Thanks everyone!
Also to those who have found a good set of roommates before moving out there, how did you find them? Thanks everyone! Also to those who have found a good set of roommates before moving out there, how did you find them? Thanks everyone!

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May 5, 2021 - 9:44pm

Yea roommates are cool. Just make sure they aren't OCD and not SUICIDAL lol. I had both types of roommates. I asked them if they had mental health problems, and they both said no they didn't. Bitches. Made some of my college experience hell. 

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