Bengaluru Woman’s Quirky Flatmate Hunting Post Goes Viral; Netizens Say, “Ad Better Than The Home”

Netizens are enjoying the uniqueness and creativity represented in this post.

by Shreya Ghosh
Bengaluru Woman’s Quirky Flatmate Hunting Post Goes Viral; Netizens Say, “Ad Better Than The Home”

Adulthood comes with a lot of struggles and one of the biggest ones is to shift to an all-new city, look for a place to transform it into a home, and search for a trustworthy roommate. Seems like a major task, right? Well, with proper communication and a little bit of hard work, even the toughest job becomes a bit easier. Recently, a woman in Bengaluru made a flatmate hunting post about looking for a roommate in Kormangala. And in no time, it became viral.

Bengaluru Woman Found A Unique Approach To Find A Roomie

Taking to the microblogging site, udisha (@puffyter) shared a simple post to search for a roommate for a 2BHK flat. Little did she know that some creative elements added to the post would actually turn out to be oh-so-viral overnight. Let’s take a look at the reasons behind all the hype.

It is so important to present the room perfectly and share beautiful pictures of all corners while posting on social media platforms. Well, looks like all of us need to take some tips from Udisha as her recent post on X is grabbing attention for all the right reasons. Sharing basic information about her 2BHK flat in Koramangala’s 8th Block, she shared a few pictures as well.

From introducing herself and mentioning how she is looking for a flatmate for her 2BHK house to showing different corners of her home, she represented the pictures so aesthetically. Out of all the impressive elements of this viral post, we loved how she made collages of everything in her home and added aesthetic fonts to describe the areas as well.

Koramangala is Bengaluru’s bustling neighbourhood and the rent here is also not the most affordable one in the market. Udisha’s post about renting her 2BHK for just ₹13,750 has surprised everyone.

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Netizens Are Impressed By This Flatmate Hunting Post!

Shared only on February 26, it did not take much time for the X post to go viral. With almost 170K views on the post, X users are showering appreciation and praise for her unique approach to looking for a flatmate. From applauding her skills and efforts to search for a roomie to calling the post one of the best flatmate pitches, the comments under the viral post are supportive and simply amazing.

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We are absolutely impressed with this X post and the adorable way of looking for a flatmate. What about you?

Cover Image Courtesy: X (formerly Twitter)/ udisha (@puffyter)

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