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    • Meanwhile a boomer is buying a 5 bedroom house at 120k in the country
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    • That's because city living is insanely expensive.
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    • Boomers like "i bOuGHt a hOUsE aT 22" Yeah, back when you could get a decent house for 100k, and the average wage was proportionate enough for that. It's damn near impossible now to find a house since average wages have barley moved, while houses have doubled in price.
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    • Living in the city ain't even worth it. Traffic is shit and there's bums everywhere. Parking tickets are a thing right next to parking meters. Everything costs money and everybody hates each other. City living is absolute dog shit.
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    • Thats because boomers fuvked our economy and planet and have the audacity to mke fun of us for their mistakes
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    • Millennials are learning to be minimalist because of this type of shit
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    • Tomio 23d
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    • Sorry that your generation fucked our economy
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    • Yeah you right it's our fault the boomers fucked up the economy so bad we can barely live in it
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    • I ain’t getting fucked over by a mortgage, catch me in a revamped van like the one we saw on feature a couple days ago
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    • Don't think I could ever live in the city, too crowded and not enough nature
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    • Out here in the country, things are different. I'm house shopping and I was looking at this place that has 3 bed, 3 bath, garage, 2000sqft. Great condition. Price? $67,000.
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    • Dude the cost if living is insane the boomers had it easy they enjoyed the economy and fucked up the future for everyone else
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    • This post was made by boomer gang
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    • Maybe don’t buy a place in the expensive ass city
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    • California is just purgatory for lost souls with bad credit
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    • Gen z where you at 😎🤙🏿
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    • Unpopular opinion: with standard of living rising, wages should also rise to catch up.
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    • Eventually they’ll be memes about us Z Gens
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    • ... anyone else feel like starting the next Holocaust?
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    • The kids working shit jobs in rural areas that have already be automated in urban areas are about to preach to us about hard work while their shit hole town succumbs to the opioid crisis.
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    • In the 50s you could buy a house for $8,000 that today would cost around $120,000. Don't fuck the economy and blame those that were fucked.
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    • I love how boomers and older generations had the money to make their dream houses and made expensive ass houses, but now that they’re older and moving into nursing homes they can’t sell their houses because younger people don’t have the money to buy them.
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    • Because they expect to buy the nicer things in life and expect to not pay much for it. They don’t even know how to make a fucking budget and aren’t smart with money. They need to mcfucking have a personal finance class
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    • Millennial looking for a house*
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    • Why dont you just sleep with the landlord? I see it all the time on the internet.
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    • arent millenials like 40 now
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    • Just dont buy housing in the city? you can get a half decent place half an hour out of town for like 120k
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    • Because boomers fucked the economy for us
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    • Not with a gender studies degree
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    • Learn a trade. If you learn something that’s actually useful, you can make more than $60,000. Plumbers can make over $100,000 a year. Apply yourself. Working at Pizza Hut isn’t going to buy a house
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    • Millennial bashing is one hundred present entitled boomer bullshit... boomers are like the day one gamers getting mad at new players for not having gone through the same grind as them
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    • That’s why you get a ranch out in the woods
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    • Meanwhile I'm getting a tiny house
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    • It’s more like oh man walls I don’t think I can afford this place
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    • It might also be the fact that you have to work to earn more money and buy better places to live. Fucking morons
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    • I was taught in my science class this year that a way to respond to overpopulation was to encourage urbanization. How the hell are we supposed to do that when cities like NY and SF cost like six figures a year?
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    • That's because city living is in very high demand, wtf you thought?
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    • Ohio is one of the cheapest states to buy land in and it’s still expensive. Goddamn boomers.
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    • “Hur DEr don’t live in da city” literally in Utah rn in a town of less than 80k and 1 story houses are regularly 300+k
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    • Just do 4 years in the military and get a VA home loan
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    • Sponge!
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    • Live out of the city. people need to learn they can't always get what they want
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    • silence B O O M E R
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    • I would love a house without windows. Finally, no more of that irritating sun, or the horrible smell of garlic from my neighbor.
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    • This 1 bedroom apartment about 600 sq ft and it was about $2500/month, I wonder why people don’t get windows
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    • 1981 to 1996 = millennial
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    • A poor person in California can be middle to upper middle class if they move to the Midwest or south, due to how expensive it is to get even a shitty house in the hood, they look like something of a Detroit but they are worth 250 grand
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    • $2k a month will get you a studio apartment with a half bathroom not including utilities, a full kitchen, or a cloths washing machine in Kansas City. Meanwhile in Lawrence Kansas you get a 2 bedroom 1full bathroom, 680 square foot, full kitchen, and personal washing machine for $850 a month.
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    • Incoming "I work a trade job and make $10000000 a month. Stop being lazy "
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    • Republican boomers ruined everything and then blame young millennials who they assume are all left leaning
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    • Triggered boomers in comments. Hoes mad
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    • Haha it's funny because boomers ruined the economy.
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    • Everything is expensive
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    • City living is where the jobs are at though.
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    • Boomers destroying the economy like:
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    • issa bay window tho so i mean i get it
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    • I build homes and when I seem them like 2 or 4 month's later I see a middle age person living in them already
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    • No joke my last apartment didn't have any windows
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    • Shhhhh, stop telling them to live in a city, don't want them moving into our towns
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    • Don’t live in the city
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    • I'm going to say it here. The economy is doing great, don't try to say "you ruined the economy" just because your liberal arts degree doesn't help you find a job.
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    • Bus drivers in my district make 30 an hour and have summer jobs for driving.
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    • I like the fact that I live in the country and like 5 people go down my road a day. I also like the fact that I'm like an hour from pretty much anything
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    • Bruh we livin paycheck to paycheck.
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    • Britain in the 1800s
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    • Gotta move to the country shits chill af
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    • Trade school>College
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    • Affordable housing & I commented instructions on how to build it cheaper like 20 comments down in it:
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    • Then... dont move to the city? Why do all you anxiety ridden depressed losers need to move to the city?
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    • Having that exact problem right now. Like a 600sqft 2 bedroom 1 bath in shit condition is still going for 75,000 its fucking insane
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    • Denver niggas got 20 people living in one apartment like some sort of medevil hovel
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    • Soon to be gen z
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    • I live in South Florida and can not wait to gtfo
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    • SILENCE, BOOMER
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    • And whose generation’s fault is that?
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    • But who ruined the housing market
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    • Average rent in my town is about 1000 or higher but the average weekly pay is 350 to 400 after rent utilities and car insurance that leaves with maybe 100 for the week for food and gas
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    • Imagine actually wanting to live in the city
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    • Go get one in a small town. Easy.
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    • If I had 1 dollar for every time a person over 35 called me ungrateful/lazy I could buy a house in the economy they ruined
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    • I honestly hate housing rn, I’m only 18 and I’m having to support my siblings with my grandmother to help. My family got us evicted from our last place and my siblings are scattered throughout the city. I’m trying desperately to get a place but each apt asks for way too much in my city
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    • Incoming “I’m a year out of college and I own 15 house, a Fortune 500 company and paid off my $300,000 student loan debt”
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    • You silly! We rent, not buy
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    • It's literally not hard to get a job and support yourself. Quit working at fuckin starbucks and work in a trade
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