Todd: Hey, Jeff this is a very nice apartment.
Jeff: Hmm. It's comfortable. It's cozy. Japanese style.
Todd: I like it. It's got the tatami mat, small kitchen. Do you live alone?
Jeff: I live alone but right now I have a friend of mine staying with me.
Todd: Oh, really, a roommate.
Jeff: Sort of like a roommate, yes. A short term, he's staying with me short-term, so yes a roommate.
Todd: OK, how's that going?
Jeff: Ah, I don't like it.
Jeff: He's lazy. He's messy. He drinks too much. He doesn't exercise and he doesn't contribute any money to the rent.
Todd: Ooh, so he lives here and he doesn't give you any money?
Jeff: Well, yeah, he doesn't give me any money. The money's not so bad, though, it's just that he's lazy and he doesn't do much all day.
Todd: That's got to be pretty annoying.
Jeff: He's a great fellow. He's a good friend of mine, but, yeah, he's, I try to motivate him to do a few things but he's a tough one.
Todd: Are you going to tell him he has to move out?
Jeff: Ah, no, he's a smart man. He knows. He knows. He knows the deal. He knows what's going on and I think he's, yeah, I would never ask him to move out because I don't mind having him here but I'm just going to try to whip him into shape.
Todd: Oh, so you're just going to try to change him so he becomes a better roommate?
Jeff: I'm going to be like a woman and try to, yeah, try to get him a better schedule, a better schedule (yeah) like exercise and eating right and less smoking and less drinking.
Todd: Well, what is his schedule?
Jeff: Ah, his schedule is, he's like a night owl, he stays up most of the night drinking, and then he sleeps most of the day recovering, and then when he gets up he has a hangover. He's a bit sluggish and slow, so it's not a healthy lifestyle.
Todd: Yeah, it doesn't sound like it. Good luck.
Jeff: No problem.