During my first year in collage, I had tough roommates, so I was avoiding them by studying much in the library. I got high scores that year.
Eat out so there's nothing to snack on in the house, turn the cable tv off, if you rent say the landlord doesn't allow you to have roomates and he/she has to move out. If this bad roommate asks to borrow money, say no, you only have enough to get by and pay your bills.
I would do exactly what Taleb80 mentioned avoid them study else where, such kind of roommates are rude and disrespectful.
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