|That’s an easy answer. It’s because I didn’t want to be below any small fry anymore.
When I first enrolled, I thought it would just add on extra bothersome work, so I had no interest in becoming the Dorm Leader.
However, experiencing the dorm’s shared rooms was… more painful than I had believed it would be.
It rubbed me the wrong way that I couldn’t do as I wish, and the other guys were just trembling with terror, it couldn’t be described as anything other than irksome.
I also got fed up with them, and the guys in my room begged me, crying “We beg of you, become the Dorm Leader”…
So when I became a second year, I challenged the previous Dorm Leader and took his spot.
When push comes to shove, there aren’t many jobs I need to do that cause me to get up and move around.
Most things I can leave to my dorm students to get done, so it’s pretty easy.
However, the Dorm Leader meetings are still the only troublesome thing. Essentially, the Dorm Leaders must show up to those, so I can’t escape.
There are some dorms that sometimes send their Vice Dorm Leader as their representative, but even if I wanted to do so, we don’t have a Vice Dorm Leader.
I thought it would be a bother having that support, so I left the Vice Dorm Leader spot empty… I only regret it when I comes to these meetings.