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After a while, she starts hanging around nearly every night, eating on the couch, watching TV, and taking showers in the morning.
She’s not paying for your bills or rent, and she says she has her own place too.
In the case of a romantic partner who essentially lives in the apartment, the simplest thing to do is ask them to contribute to utilities.
Let’s say that you live with a roommate who has a new girlfriend.
Here are the raw results: If you have a significant other staying more than five nights a week, my judgment would be that you should err on the side of being polite and ask your roommates if you should chip in a little extra.
Your roommates don’t get a say if you are dating someone they don’t like, and acknowledging the little inconveniences caused by your partner in a share of the bills will help everything go more smoothly.
To find out, I asked over 100 users of my bill-sharing site what they thought, and analyzed the results.
On the flip-side, long-term boyfriends and girlfriends may use nearly as many resources and spend as much time in common areas as a full roommate.
In order to respect both privacy and fairness, there needs to be some dividing line between when a romantic guest is none-of-your-business and some kind of partial roommate.
At first, the girlfriend spends the night just a couple of times a month.
You see her in the mornings, but it’s hardly a bother.
The majority also thinks that if they are staying nearly every night of the week (more than 5), they should be chipping in something.