Tuna Fish Conflict

Tuna Fish Conflict - For weeks I was too nervous to tell...

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Brooke Galietto October 27, 2008 COM 134 Group Project #3 Dorm life as a freshman in high school is both exciting and challenging. My roommate and I share a very small room. We only have enough room for bunk beds and our desks have to sit right next to each other. My roommate loves tuna fish. She makes tuna fish in the microwave and then proceeds to stir it into her macaroni and cheese, also cooked in the microwave. Unfortunately, tuna fish and macaroni and cheese are possibly two of my least favorite foods. I try not to let it get to me but the smells of her favorite food really get to my stomach and sometimes make me nauseous.
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Unformatted text preview: For weeks I was too nervous to tell her that the smell bothered me. Although every time she made her treat I would get annoyed and these feelings definitely bottled up inside of me. When she made the tuna fish I would leave the room or stop chatting with her. I tried to do things to make her wonder why I was angry. Finally one day I told my roommate that I hated the smell of her favorite food. At first she felt really guilty. Then she agreed to make sure to leave the door and window open when she ate it. She also said she would avoid eating it when I was around....
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