"My son failed to inform me that his ex-roommate was a Netflix freeloader."
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The original poster (OP) correcting the roommate's grammar was such a clever response.
We just hope that the "F*** you," was the last message from this entitled guy.
It's funny how the guy, who's a complete stranger to the OP, thought he could still get the password.
It makes you wonder how this choosing beggar would react if the OP responded with spoilers.
The wife is too kind. Fortunately, the wife's cousin wasn't as entitled as the OP's roommate.
Users poking fun at the roommate's attempt to watch the rest of Altered Carbon.
Would he have been successful if the guy didn't swear and pretended to be a gal instead?
The OP explains how the roommate got his number.
Apparently, there are so many Netflix freeloaders out there.
This user has the same experience as the OP.
A simple solution would be to pay for his own Netflix account. But the roommate's entitlement got the better of him.
It's crazy how entitled people can get. Imagine getting a text from a stranger all because they want to get your password and finish the series they're watching.
Nowadays, people don't have to worry about freeloaders because of Netflix's crackdown on password sharing. And since people can only share within a household, he won't have to worry about his son's entitled roommates again.
So, if you come across entitled people like this, the OP's tactic is the perfect way to deal with them. He's assertive and straightforward yet polite.
And if they pull the rude card on you, remind them that manners are free, but Netflix isn't.