Please post in english on these forums.
I left home at 18.
18 joined the military
You try and you fail,but the only true failure is when you quit trying.
First time when i was 16, moved to another city to get closer to work. Was to expensive compared to my paycheck so i moved back home until i was 18 then i bought myself an apartment and i've lived there since.
Finish college, hopefully get a full time Job within my field then move out when financially ready.
17 I guess. Shortly after I graduated high school, my mom moved away, and I was left with staying with my brother. I didn't have a place of my own until 21 (same place I'm in now though, so guess that's good).
After summer in high school, I went to college, but only for a year. I moved in with my grandparents since they lived near the college. Stayed with them and worked there for awhile, got tired of the job, moved back with my parents.
I officially moved out of any family members house the day I got married, guess I was 23... or 22. I forget.
I was 18 or 19. I'd been working steadily since I was 17 - working full time and paying my own bills, etc from home. Opportunity presented itself to move out with a friend, and I was financially stable, so I jumped on it.
Excluding about 30 days in which I moved back home in between apartments, I've been out of my parent's house ever since. I'm nearly 24.
I'm 24, still haven't moved out yet. No real point to. I can save up for anything I want. I got a decent car all bought and paid for. I got no bills besides car insurance, and I'm saving for Lasik eye surgery.
19 when i started university. Im in my 1st year and living on campus in student halls, renting a house for next year with few mates and who knows after that.
Bitch what? You didn't make me a sandwitch? Just make sure u have your cancel aura macro ready when u pop your cooldowns, you can expect a hop any time.
The day after I turned 18, I love my parents, but fuck me, I couldnt live with em! they drove me up the bloody wall! the excuses/reasons for people 21+ and still living at home make me giggle.
Peggleftw, wherebouts in SW? Im SE in one of the highest renting brackets in the uk, its not THAT bad. thats like when people say 'there is no work' Im currently changing employment, and there is work out there.
18, then moved back in for 3 months when I was 30... divorces can be a motherfucker.