Before we moved out of my grandparents' house, my brother and I shared 2 rooms - a small bedroom and a playroom. The playroom was basically the second living room, but all of our toys, games, and videos were in there, so we called it the playroom and our grandparents still call it that even though we don't live there anymore.
I use to share a room with my older brother but yet he scared me alot. One time my brother came home really tired and he came into the room and he slept right on top of me not realising it. Yeah I moved away to his bed.
I had to share a room with my younger brother when we were younger, and I hated it. I never really got along with him, we fought constantly. I couldn't do anything without him tagging along, and he'd tattle on me for everything. He was such a pain!
Well, being married, it's pretty much a given my wife and I share the same room.
While living at home there were only two time periods I DIDN'T share a room. First was when I was 5 and younger while we were living in a 3BR house owned by my grandmother. Afterwards, we moved to first an apartment and later a small rowhouse, both rented two bedroom units, so we had to double up. During all those years (21!!) I didn't have a room to myself for more than a couple months when 18 years old, and that was when my last sister living at home got married until my grandfather had to move in due to illness and age. Finally, my mother and I bought a house (one with more than 2 bedrooms, YES!!!) when I was 26. The house was an old three story duplex, so not only did I have my own room but had an entire floor to myself. Eight months later I was married and sharing a room from then on until now.
In the past with my older brother yes, didn't bother me to much then because I was like 7 and he would of been 14 so I guess it probably bothered him . If I was to share a room now I really would hate it! The only thing I share my room with is my dog (Belle) .
Nope. I never have done, and hopefully never will do. I'm fairly sure it would not end well if I was permanently sharing a room with someone. I really, really like my privacy sometimes, especially when I'm sleeping.
Unless I'm really tired, I can't relax enough to get to sleep properly, and so the only way I can get to sleep if I'm sharing a room is to forget the other person is there. If it was a more long term arrangement, I would most likely go insane.
Perhaps if it were someone I really trusted, like someone I married, then I might be alright with it. But I can't see that happening anywhere in the near future.
I have shared a room with one of my brothers. That must have been from when I was 5 or 6 to when I was 9 or 10 or so. I didn't hate my brother (although I've certainly seen better relationships among siblings), so I didn't mind it too much. At that age, you don't really need much privacy and prefer to have someone to play/chat with.
I've probably shared rooms with my brother(s) when my family went on vacation after that, but that was obviously just a temporary arrangement.
I've also shared rooms with random strangers on other occasions, like excursions with my university, seminars paid for by sponsors in other cities and stuff like that.
Sharing a room and bed with my significant others is a given, obviously, and I also shared a room with DLs/TBs/ABs on some occasions, like TB/AB meetings or when having TBs/ABs over at my place. Since TBs/ABs often enjoy cuddles, it's not too uncommon to share the bed too :tongueout: