• -You're 25 years old, you
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    • Maybe if you didn't threaten to smash a several thousand dollar PC if I told you I was moving I wouldn't come back
      Adinosene 27 jul
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    • Why is the social norm that you should leave home as soon as possible? What’s the point?
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    • Guys I'm not from USA, I got a question why person need to leave his parents house after getting his college degree?
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    • I remember when my older brother used to do this when my parents finally kicked him out he just snuck into our attic for half a year before getting caught
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    • Im 24 and thank God i didnt move out yet cuz this Covid stuff would have destroyed me financially
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    • I'm Mexican and I asked my mom if she would kick me out when I'm older and she told me "that's a white people thing". I started laughing more than I should have. I'm just glad I'm not gonna get kicked out in about a year
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    • Imagine asking your mom to go out when you're 25
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    • My kids can live with me as long as they want if they are saving, working and building a life for themselves. But doing nothing at 18-19? Nah I'm dropping them off at the homeless shelter.
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    • Except Mexican moms Lmao 🤣
      Clash 28 jul
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    • Maybe if you taught your children how to function in the world instead of just throwing them to the wolves, you'd be fine and so will they. Teach your kids HOW to be an adult, don't expect them to magically know what to do the minute they turn 18.
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    • I’m 23 and I’m moving into my first apartment August 15th. Pretty nervous but excited at the same time
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    • Anyone got that video of the mf who dresses up as he mom and belts himself and then seizes violently on the floor? Tryna find that shit, so funny
      nutSAG 27 jul
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    • My mom got so pressed when I made it a goal to leave the house at 18. I decided to stay for her sake, I'm not even 19 yet and she's saying I'm not a real adult because I still stay here.
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    • The only reason why I still live with my parents is because I have some health problems and I never learned how to do anything with money other than how to earn it and spend it
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    • I mean, the mother has a point.
      CRJDriver 27 jul
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    • It’s a very American thing that kids must leave as soon as they turn 18. In the rest of the world people often live in joint families and kids live with their parents usually until they get married (generally even after that) and typically move out only for work or cuz the space got too little.
      Gradiator 28 jul
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    • My mother’s probably trying to chain me here longer on purpose. My stepbrother has already been given his own bank account shit. My mom won’t let me get a job, still hasn’t considered shit, and I’m not gonna be surprised if she tries to guilt trip me into staying rather than 1)
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    • I adventure with my adoptive mother and we beat the shit out of pirates
      Boat_Man 27 jul
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    • people might shit on you for it but living with your folks past 18 isn’t a death sentence. Especially in cities and rough areas, you’ll only find cheap places with daily stabbings. I was surprised to learn that a lot of people hate their parents. Like bury the hatchet and compromise like an adult
      Kqmden 27 jul
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    • I feel targeted
      Lua_805 27 jul
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    • Get a job hippie
      M9rus 27 jul
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    • moondude 27 jul
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    • my mom and dad lived with my grandparents until they were nearing 26, and that was in the 90s and 00s. I've been lucky that they've allowed me to stay with them as i work and go to school now that I'm nearing 23. I do believe it's the new norm these days and there's nothing wrong with it as long
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    • Just recently got a job (i’m 16). So hopefully I won’t end up in this situation that i’ve feared for 3 years
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    • I seriously feel bad for people who get kicked out. I just don't like the fact parents force life of something, then expect to kick it out onto the streets not even a quarter way through their lives.
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    • My dad was kicked out when he was only 17 and looked at me and told me he is financially ready to keep me here and would never kick me out.
      f08232000 28 jul
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    • My parents shipped me to a boys home when I was 15 and told me that I was never coming back. I'm 20 now and actually doing pretty good. I have a job, I live with a roommate, I can pay all my bills on time. I'm not trying to say that you're parents kicking you out is good but u do learn how to (1/2)
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    • What’s funny’s is. The only reason moving out of your parents house at 17-early twenties, is Bc of when it was easier to get jobs and secure a house and family. It just so happened that the next generation also had the same opportunity as the previous and for some reason, everyone thought (cont..)
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    • And I said "Grandma grandma! Can I go play in that cornfield?" And she said "You can do whatever you want, you're like 21."
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    • Imagine being unable to succeed out of sheet laziness and lack of willpower
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    • Average age to move out for good these days is 26. I think a lot of people move out or go to college then move back though.
      lwpack 30 jul
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    • She’s right you know
      PuppyPage 28 jul
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    • My family deserved to be on several episodes of cops n I was kicked under odd circumstances what’s it like having a family that loves you?
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    • Stolen. Congrats feature team
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    • Wish my parents were like this, I'm not 25 but I'm in college and they still have me under lock and key and my mom starts crying if I mention trying to move out
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    • Mother you have betrayed me!
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    • Lol I’m 18 and my mom basically just told me to move out
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    • Pack your bags boys
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    • Yikes
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    • Bruh 25? If you're not taking a long time in college you better be out
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    • Our Dad threw us out when we turned 18- best thing he ever did for us. Don’t be a whiney bitch blaming everyone else for your failure to thrive
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    • A parent will say shit like that and still get offended when you try to move out l
      CatOrgy 27 jul
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    • We got this thing called an affordable housing crisis going on, mom
      PBA2 27 jul
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    • The idea of leaving when you turn 18 is an American construct created during the 1920's because it was so easy to become wildly successful the second you were able to legally go out on your own. Families traditionally would have multiple generations living together...
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    • Lame meme
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    • Useless degenerate
      djdogge 27 jul
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    • I moved out when i was 19 lol wtf you’re a big ole baby if you’re 25 and still bumming off mommy and daddy
      cass 30 jul
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    • She is correct
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    • Damn that's tufff
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    • Your parents should not have to babysit you for the rest of your life or for the rest of their lives. Stop hiding in the basement or in the attic. Get out and get a life. Leave your parents alone for a while.
      Umph 30 jul
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    • Truth. No matter what situation you’re in after age 20, you really need to get out on your own. Even if your life is currently crap. You really must get out and meet people and have your own life. Stop blaming others.
      Umph 30 jul
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    • Unless you come from a wicked helpful, understanding, and mature family/ have some other extenuating circumstance you really should try to go out and make your own as soon as possible or else they’ll just hold you back one way or another
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    • My moms like that but I’m only 15
      bumbottom 30 jul
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    • I was away for two days and my dad bought a boat.
      SulVur 30 jul
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    • I moved out when I was 18. Be like me and learn how to be independent
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    • I left my moms crib at 17 ngl she kicked me out but it definitely built some character
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    • I tried moving out but my mom convinced me to stay. She’s got health issues and I help her out around the house. We recently moved and have some land. I take care of the property, With COVID I lost a damn good paying job, I’m back working but not anywhere near what I used to make.
      Fordguy19 30 jul
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    • My dad is stuck between calling me lazy for not moving out, and crippling my social ability and controlling my actions which make it impossible for me to be able to move out
      Varateno 30 jul
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    • Ha ha ha ha ha
      CorbinF 30 jul
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    • I fuckin wish my mom had this attitude towards me moving out again. She keeps sayin shit like “na my baby can live here forever, and your wife wen you get married can move in too, and even wen y’all have kids”. Lady i will keep you up all night if I’m making some baby’s.
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    • Just a reminder that it's perfectly fine if you don't love out of your 0arents house by 18. With the prices of shit these days, you should live with your parents
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    • Every mom except Mexican moms will boot their kid tf out. This is how homeless are created I think
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    • That’s not cute
      evoundi29 29 jul
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    • Fair lol. I moved out of my parents house when I was 19. Didn’t tell them and also was broke. But got a job. Couch surfed and worked my way up in life.
      gambit201 29 jul
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    • Ha, my Mexican mom would have me live here forever if she had it her way
      ernesgo26 29 jul
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    • Get tf outta your moms house if you’re 25
      INV1Z4BL3 29 jul
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    • Damn thats fucking rough
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    • my mom never said that seriously
      Score 29 jul
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    • Imagine still living with mommy and daddy at 25 years old and not feeling ashamed
      KureRaian 29 jul
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    • Used to be just like asian countries we would still stay in our parents homes until 30s easily. It helped the whole household to be together and kept family bonds closer.
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    • Nah I need to get out of here
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    • I’m 20 and my mom controls everything I do.
      EDP699 29 jul
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    • Why does this cat have 5 arms tho?
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    • Im clueless with what I want to do with my.
      fuhneenee 29 jul
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    • I’m 28 and still live at home me and my bf are gonna try to get a house together next year hopefully
      17tra76 29 jul
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    • TheDoct0r 29 jul
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    • Oof
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    • Did that cat eat a fucking watermelon
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    • Those jokes do be hurting
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    • Not if youre hispanic or latin lol
      rosahunny 28 jul
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    • 25 is the new 12
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    • Savage
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    • I'm 20 and both my dad and I bought a house but I'm listed as the primary owner so you could say my family lives with me
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    • Man i mean 25 dude? Yikes
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    • Fr, bum
      Seattle 28 jul
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    • Why would you ask if you're 25? I'm 20 and I'm moving into my first apartment August 7th. It's my life
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    • “Sorry, she said no.”
      Pyroxx 28 jul
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    • Fuck i moved out at 18. Im 21 and own my home. Best decision i made.
      blackfury 28 jul
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    • Fat Fred’s better
      Ifuckcars 28 jul
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    • That's what my mom said. Except I was 18, she stole all the money I had saved refusing to give it back unless I agreed to go to her college of choice, and she still sold all my clothes and vehicles I had bought up for better work
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    • Not sure why everyone thinks leaving at 18 is so great, some of you head of to college that your parents pay for anyway, might as well do it online and stay at home. That way you can save money for yourself and your parents
      __WAKKO__ 28 jul
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    • I feel like kids should leave once they are financially able to live on their own. Fuck the kids that don't have jobs and stay at home all day.
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    • I have very traditional parents so I’m not allowed to move out until I get married🙃. (20 female btw)
      Briana13 28 jul
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    • God i wish my parents would say that to my brothers, they're 25 and don't pay rent or pay for their own insurance.
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