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    • I don't understand why people think living at home past 18 is a bad thing. The better prepared you are for the start of your independent life, the more successful you'll be
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    • Tumblrtards:
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    • What a radically inaccurate post. Fun
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    • Most of America is still run by privileged old white people that’s the problem
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    • Nothing wrong with patriotism
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    • Vaginas. I've been paying Bill's since I was 14. I'm a millenial with a house and 2 cars.
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    • Especially in middle aged white males is the then that leading cause of death “in America”
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    • Did you know that the most common form of suicide is related to those generations? After that time period men are expected to have a well paying job, enough to support a house car etc. and many men can’t for fill the role that their forefathers could nearly as easily. Therefore in America suicide...
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    • Maybe if people would stop complaining like the millennial generation did instead of trying to fix the economy we’d be back to being able to move out, find a job that grants tuition reimbursement (there are quite a few) go to college earn a degree, don’t default on your loans,andstopaskingforfreesht
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    • Poopoo headed liberal thinks trickle down would work. Har har. Poopio headed liberal has no basic understanding of how economy works. He he.
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    • I'm 19 and I want to get the fuck out of here, It makes me feel like a loser.
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    • It stresses me out to read posts like this because the public needs to hear this so we can stop getting shit on
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    • I’m 24 and still live with my parents, but I also have $0 in debt, $0 in bills, $40,000 just chillin in the bank, and got laid last night.
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    • Ok you had a point about the economy and jobs in general, but then you had to shove a liberal talking point about how the based nuclear family is a fluke. For CENTURIES people had kids, made big families and went to church. Ww2 just helped it stay alive
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    • I think the issue is when SOME 18+ adults forget to consider that their parents are paying the bills for their food, water, electricity, housing etc. So yes, living alone is expensive,but living at your parents house costs THEM money. Which is unkind to ask when someone is at the age to contribute.
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    • I'm 26 and have my own home... But they live with me because they are old
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    • The majority of the planet lives with their parents.
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    • Well, I’m 18 and I’m still living at my parents house. I’m homeschooled and I have no friends, so I am still naive to the ways of the world. My mom won’t send me out yet till I know and have full independence. I feel the same way
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    • Wow, that seems like a lot of hoops to jump through just to try justifying being a loser...
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    • I'm 24 and have been living independent for 5 year in apt so...can I move back in with my parents for no reason
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    • So dumb libtards on Tumblr admit that nationalism and Christian fundamentalism breed a fantastic economy and society. You played yourself retard.
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    • Even though it’s apparently normal to live with your parents for a long time, I still hate my life.
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    • "It soothes me" Lol
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    • You do know we will have a good old days too right. The sooner you move out the better it’s on your parents less stuff they have to pay for less stress less everything. You moving out early isn’t for you or your infatuated success it’s cause your a grown adult and your parents shouldn’t have to take
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    • Moved out when I was 18 but I would have stayed home if it wasn’t for my fiancé
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    • It’s not bad to live at home if you are A: Commuting to college, B: Financially helping out, C: Disabled, D: All of the above or part of the above.
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    • Moved out at 18 just saying libtards it’s not that hard 🤷‍♂️
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    • Most of the people that i know live with their parents
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    • I was having some pretty bad anxiety about this topic tbh. Reading this relaxed me a bit. I'm glad I opened ifunny today after a good couple weeks.
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    • This is how the Fallout games started...
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    • 18 and in college - I’ve already planned to stay with my parents until I finish school.
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    • In the Russian community at least orthodox, it pretty much offensive to move out before you’re married. Two of my cousins moved out and at every family gathering people talk shit about them
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    • I did no read all give me likes
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    • I’m 22 and moved out dropped my credit to 453 got a few thousand and debt lost my apartment then moved back home. I shouldn’t have tried to leave 😂
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    • Kibumsfreak
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    • Biblical fundamentalism wasn’t even common back in the time when it would be understandable for people to believe genesis was the literal truth
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    • Was tolerant of this post, then they shat on Christianity and patriotism.
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    • My parents have told me they’re kicking me out once I’m 18, since I was 7 years old. Now I turn 18 in a month and I’m struggling to find a job anywhere, got refused by college until the next season, no wonder we’re all trying to die. We don’t have a chance in hell to survive any of this.
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    • A generation of pampered failures
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    • Rabid patriotism IS the way the country should be, but it would also be nice to be able to move out of the parent's house and not be seen as a failure in society.
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    • I think I’ll be living at home for another few years.
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    • Christian fundamentalism and the nuclear family are both good for society, your just a tumblr leftist.
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    • This comforted in me on so many levels
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    • Grad school is already putting me 70k in debt, why would I waste more money when my parents want to and have the means to support me until I graduate...
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    • Lmao while motherfuckers in Mexico get married and continue to live with their goddamn parents and that shit is completely normal there.
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    • Who has the "did you really expect me to read all that shit" picture comment
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    • If your in college then By all means live with ya folks. When you get a degree, get a job and get the hell on. Mommy and daddy dont want you around 24/7. If your 21 and not in college then by all means go sleep next to a dumpster.
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    • Yeah... I learned a trade and own my own business instead of horrifying student loan debt
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    • I don’t understand why people want to raise minimum wage, because don’t they understand that that will just cause inflation? Does anyone even know what that is or what causes it? If you want more money get a better job or work more, because raising minimum wage is a recipe for disaster
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    • Ok so im like saving 500-1000 dollars a month while attending classes... soooo
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    • Seriously though it’s not a bad thing, I’m 20, living with my parents. I’m going to college so I can make something out of myself and pay them back. Meanwhile, I clean the house, or mow the grass, or help out whenever they call me. It’s not like ppl live at home and sit on their butts all day.
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    • bro just move out
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    • tbh I just feel like I’m too dumb to live out on my own and function and like actually b an a d u l t ??
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    • What do they mean by the nuclear family not existing before the 40s and 50s? Divorce was seen as very shameful for most of history, and raising kids by yourself was practically unheard of for so long, not to mention being gay was completely out of the question for the vast majority of cultures
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    • That moment when people expect you to be able to afford monthly rent, food, utility, leisure, college supplies and tuition, transportation and other necessities while getting a shit salary and being a full time student
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    • Fucking excuses. Moved out at 18 not that hard if your not a Tumblr tard busy researching lame excuses and cuck porn
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    • I'm 22 and still live at home, because I had to quit my job to raise my nephew. There's no way I could survive as a single parent at this point in my life
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    • That second to last post was crimngje, imagine thinking the nuclear family is not ideal
      Zekeb 10d
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    • You can do it if you grind
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    • Don't be a bitch. Go get that money you pussy.
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    • Y’all are fucking crazy. I’m 18 and will make up to 35$ an hour by serving. Good jobs are everywhere you just don’t want to work
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    • Honk honk🤡
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    • And here I was feeling bad that I'm taking a year after graduating to stay with my parents, work and save up money for school.
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    • Ya know I watched plenty of people move out when they turned 18 and just fucking floundered around trying to figure shit out. Live with your parents if they are willing to help you. Set yourself up for success before you leave then you wont have to work a 9 to 5 just to pay rent
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    • Honestly i moved out when i was 18 & been working my ass off to pay for my rent & bills. To mention I live in San Diego. Its the best not having rules & being able to do whatever the fuck I please. I literally have a bong collection. I’m 20 now too
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    • Recently turned 20, still living with parents. I'm looking for a job since I was let go from my previous one in August, it was my first job too. I've been holding back from going to college since I never want to be in debt and I can't find anything I'm passionate about. I help out a bit with rent
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    • 21. Didn’t go to college. Have already moved out and had my own place. Honestly not the difficult if you work for a living like society intends you to
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    • bruh
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    • The “nuclear family” is literally how it’s been done for millennia, a mother, a father, and children, stop with the new age social theory and learn some real history.
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    • Glad these poor sad fuckers can find a way to make themselves feel better about the fact that they're fucking losers. 19 and living on my own for a year and a half. Fucking figure it out
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    • Lol old people still think you can support a family and afford a suburban home with a low level factory job
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    • No excuse to rise to the challenge and grow the fuck up
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    • Buncha nonsense
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    • Playing video games more hours than you work doesn’t justify living at home no matter what fucking culture you are from.
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    • Been living on my own 6 years, since 20 with wife and 2 kids. You never get a break. It's silk handcuffs. I hate my well paying job and decent house after a while. They become a boat anchor, but you can't stop no matter how bad you wish you could every day.
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    • I mean I’m 21 and still live with my parents until I finish and get a job but during the summer I work in construction and manage to save up 15k so that pays off my tuition and I have some money left over to help out and pay for whatever I need. That’s my backup Incase I don’t find a job
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    • 26 and my mother and my small family (husband and baby) live together. Alone we'd fail (mom included) together we do just fine
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    • I'm sure I got lucky with my current situation but I'm 20 years old. I make 52k a year and I never went to college. I have my own apartment and a paid off car that i bought with my own money oh and I moved to the other side of the states just for fun. You can live a good life if you work hard enough
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    • I'm so fucking broke I feel like I'm going to be living with my parents until I'm 40
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    • Lol "nuclear family which resembled nothing before it." Bullshit. Anybody gonna tell this tumblrina that that's what we had for hundreds of years prior?
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    • I’m living at home until I’m done with college and can get a job with a livable wage.
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    • By living with my parents I save 24 to 30K a year by not paying right. I’d rather be a home owner than throw my money away
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    • I dont think it's a bad thing to live with ur folks til ur put of college or whatever. I moved out at 18 and that helped out the fam bc of the whole one less person to feed and deal with and now they have more money and what not and it's all going good for them.
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    • My parents told me: your work is to study, we'll pay you for studying, that's all you have to fucking do, if you don't, then gtfo, find a weak job and live your mediocre life on your own......I'm studying now.
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    • I’ve moved back in with my parents 3 times before living on my own finally took 5 years ago
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    • Why pay a land lord 2k (California) for a 1 bedroom when I can give my dad an extra 1k a mo. I save 1k he gets an extra 1k month 🤷🏽‍♂️
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    • I see nothing wrong with living at home past 18 for the most part... unless you are like 40-50. then you do start to look like a loser. Cuz your ass been living at home that long and you never saved enough to get a place of your own? Also a single person can live on min wage.
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    • Try living in Sydney...
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    • Well im in college rn so I commute from home and it just saves money instead of paying for housing or rent each month
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    • I make barely more than minimum wage but I cant afford a car insurance rent and then all the amenities. This doesnt even include healthcare phones or anything. I don't get how people do it.
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    • Funny thing about that. I can't get a job because I'm being held back in school and haven't taken the time get a GED.
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    • Person who lives with 6 people in a 4 room house- “wow u live with ur parents at 20 ur pathetic”
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    • Im 22 and moved back in with my folks after several years on my own. now that my parents treat me as an equal adult I’d much rather live with them save money and be fed than live paycheck to paycheck alongside dramatic broke ass room mates
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    • I’m 22 and living on my own...it’s not as hard as everyone thinks it is. Really, it isn’t. You won’t have a lot of money but hey you’ll be independent, and that’s worth it
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    • I turn 22 September 10 and I still live with my folks, don’t plan to for long though tbh
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    • I'm 22 and live at home still. I dropped out of college to grab a good opportunity I had, and now make well above the average american. Despite this, my grandparents still think my parents failed with me.
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    • Im 21 and moved out with my sister but i love going home and staying with my parents for a night or two
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    • I’m 27, in school and have to stay with my parents because I can’t afford rent atm. It is better to save as much money as you can until you are ready to move out. My friends who have their own apartments are jealous of me not having to pay rent
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    • I owe over 10k in college debt and moved out at 17. I only buy what I can afford and don't chase "new expensive things" and started out with 0. Most of my friends are also this way. Don't make excuses you can't move out because you are too busy playing material girl while mommy makes your dinner.
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    • In my opinion, as long as you pay rent to your parents you are independent
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    • I am in over 3k of debt and due rent. The only reason I am still here is because I let the master of the house own my body
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