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Sticky-note confessions: New Yorkers share the worst things they've done behind their roommates' backs

Beware when searching for a new roomie—these Gothamites have done some shameful things without their roommates' knowledge

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There are plenty of lovely roommates out there, but these anonymous New Yorkers are not among them. Click through this week's slide show to read about the terrible things Gothamites get up to when their roomies aren't around, from stealing food to sleeping with boyfriends.

This time around, we're asking…

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