Incoming freshman and only child Ella McLeod just arrived at her new glorified closet for three, and she could not be more pumped to get the siblings she never asked for. As McLeod began to label her bagel bites in the mini fridge, she expressed confidence in her sharing abilities.
“Well, once my best friends got me a dog,” she said, gesturing to her parents. “Sometimes I would let Sprinkles sleep at the foot of my queen-sized bed, so, like, I am pretty comfortable with sharing my space.”
As McLeod began to label her bagel bites in the mini fridge, she expressed confidence in her sharing abilities.
McLeod’s parents claim that their daughter has been mentally preparing for this transition for months. They admitted to purchasing subscriptions to both Hulu and Netflix so McLeod could study proper roommate interactions.
“I really admire the way the Brady Bunch kids work together, and, honestly, I really identify with Marcia,” Said McLeod. “We don’t really have that much in common, but, like, everyone pays attention to her, so, good enough for me.”
McLeod is looking forward to demonstrating the skills she has learned. She is happy to announce that she will be taking the loft bed and the single closet in her dorm room. She will be taking one of the two desks under the loft in order to ease herself into her new shared lifestyle. McLeod is now even considering pinning back the curtain she bought to separate the desks at least once a week.
Carly Kay, the youngest of three, has never known a life outside of hand-me-downs.