While I was in the Marine Corps, I threw all of my two roommate’s “unsecured” possessions out of the room down to the ground floor of the barracks. (We lived on the second floor). “Why would I do this?” You may ask. They were complete and utter slobs, and I was done cleaning up after them every fucking day. I mean their shit all over the place to the point where you couldn’t even open the door to the room. Dirty wet underwear just left in the shower. (Who fucking does that?!?!?) Dirty underwear stored under the sink in the bathroom. (Again, WTF!?!) I worked nights and the two of them worked days. I would come home every night sometime between midnight and 6:00 am. If you were to ask them what time I came home, they would never be able to answer the question because I respected the fact that they were sleeping and had to get up at 0500. (That’s 5:00am) However, when they would get up, all the lights were turned on and the radio would be turned up. We had room inspections every Friday morning. So before leaving for work on Thursdays I would pick up all their shit, pile it on their beds, and do all of the cleaning as they could not be trusted with anything other than shoving all of their crap someplace that it could not be seen during the inspection. (Maybe that is where the underwear under the sink came from). I think the straw that might have broken the camels back came shortly after I came home one night after work at about 3:00 am and found some dude’s clothes all over my bed. He was in one of my roommate’s beds. I LOST MY FUCKING MIND that night. There are several people who lived in nearby rooms who can attest to that ass chewing. So yeah, I tossed all of their crap out of the room one day down the to the ground below. This is where it gets really good. I was a Corporal and they were both Lance Corporals (I out-ranked them). So the next morning they went to work and cried to those above us about the incident. That night when I got to work my OIC called me back into his office. I walked in to find just about every Staff NCO in the unit to be standing in this tiny office. Most of the people in the unit knew I was about done with the two of them and were eager to know what I would say. I reported as ordered and was asked if I had indeed done what was reported. (you should have heard all of the giggles coming out of those men, even my OIC couldn’t keep a straight face). I replied, as a matter of fact, that I had thrown all of their shit out of the room. When asked why, I replied because they had disobeyed a direct order from a senior NCO and did not secure all of their belongings. I had figured that since the items were unsecured that they must not be important, so I threw them out. (Oh, the stifled giggles!!!) I then said that next time they would be digging their crap out of the dumpster. I was dismissed and the my two roommates were called in and got the ass chewing of their lives for disobeying a direct order. I also got my own room shortly after.