Despite the snow and the cold, Spring is just around the corner, along with everyone’s favorite time of year: Housing Selection!
Last year, we taught you how to break up with your roommate without hurting their feelings too much. However, we realized that sometimes it can be just as hard asking someone new to live with you. So, for those of you that may be shy and/or lacking in creativity, but also want to make a sterling impression on your soon-to-be roommate, here are some pre-written proposal songs to really steal their hearts.
“Ignition (Roommate Remix)”– (Sung over the chorus of R. Kelly’s Ignition (Remix))
This is the remix to Ignition,
I need a roommate edition,
I really want an apartment,
So we can have our own kitchen,
I go out and have fun,
I don’t puke when I’m drunk,
I clean my own dishes, baby
And you can have bottom bunk.
“Party In Village A” (Miley Cyrus’ Party in the USA)
So I’ll hang my clothes up,
Play the right songs,
And throw all my trash away,
Makin’ my bed like yeah,
Doin’ my dishes like yeah,
I’ll turn my fan up,
Keep the room cool,
You know I’m gonna be OK,
Yeah, yeah, yeah,
It’ll be a party in Vil A.
“Live With Me” (Sam Smith’s Stay With Me)
Oh won’t you, live with me
‘Cause you’re nice and clean,
I just want a Village B,
So darling live with me.
“All of Me” (John Legend’s All of Me)
‘Cause all of me,
Wants to live with all of you,
We could have some dope gaming sessions,
Share our food and our possessions,
Give your all to me,
I’ll give my all to you,
We’ll split the booze and all the cleaning,
Even have snow day movie screenings,
Cause I give you all of me,
And you give me all of you.
Sure, housing can be stressful. But once you’ve decided who you want to live with, the proposal should be the easy part. Just pop on some background music and serenade your future roomie, and you’ll be signing up for the lottery in no time.
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