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A New Roommate (MisterEpicMann)
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When you get a new roommate, your life changes. It may be for good or for bad.


Hello. My name is Nick. But you probably know me as Misterepicmann. Or Shirley. But that's a story for another time. I joined YouTube back in 2009 with no real expectations other than to be myself on camera. Right now I am pursuing a degree in cinematic arts at college and I certainly hope to use that knowledge to make movies one day (Spitting water at my roommate and riding a broom around the room doesn't count...lolz). I currently own a company called Lost Light Films which is my primary focus after school and I hope I can merge my efforts into that company once school is completed...if I actually pass.


My roommate recently moved out.
And my new roommate moved it.

Things were going well.


ROOMMATE= A person sharing a room or a very little apartment with you. This is very common among university students, they share a room, usually two people, so they are roommates.

RECENTLY= A short time ago.

MOVED OUT= To move out is to leave the house/room and go to a different place to live.

MOVED IN= The opposite of move out, when somebody new comes to live here.

GOING WELL= Ok, fine.


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