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    20+ years old, living with my mom thread.

    Besides social condemnation(screw them, i dont give a damn), this has nothing but benefits.

    Moms do all your cooking.
    Moms do all the house work and laundry.
    You can always quit any job you don't like after trying it out for 5 min without the fear of bankruptcy, mom will keep feeding you.
    You can spend many years of doing nothing but sitting in front of your computer, playing games and sleeping.

    any other manchilds here?

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    this is not something you should be bragging about

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    Uh.. why would you not want to live on your own? Parents are rather.. stupid to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiili View Post
    Parents are rather.. stupid to say the least.
    Speak for yourself.


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    I like my mom but if I could, I'd live by myself or with a friend if possible. I don't mind cooking, I actually like it, and I wouldn't mind doing laundry and what not, I already do it from time to time and I don't mind it and find it kinda easy tbh.

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    I wish I was a neet. A neet with a lot of money. A lot of fucking money.

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    i live at home with my parents. i do most of the cooking though. clean my own room. buy my own groceries. about the only thing they do is the laundry and a couple other minor things.that and play dominoes most of the day.

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    do they complain when you bring home loose women of questionable virtue
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    no since i dont bring home women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breadisfunny View Post
    no since i dont bring home women.
    Does that mean you bring men? 0_o

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    I live with my grandparents if that counts. Tho hopefully if things keep gong the way they are I'll be on my own soon!
    Yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by breadisfunny View Post
    no since i dont bring home women.
    well that was really directed at the op lol
    Sunglasses and Advil, last night was mad real. Sun coming up, 5 a.m., I wonder if they got cabs still?
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    I'm only 18, and about to start college, so I've got another 1-2 years at least for living at home

    It really isn't bad, but I'd love my own place.

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    There's pro's and con's. One thing I will say though, OP, if you're a grown ass man, there's some things you should definitely do on your own, even if you do live at home still. Case and point: laundry. I mean seriously, wtf...

    I'm cool if you use it as a stepping stone, but grow some balls and be a real man. You should constantly be striving to further yourself and make strides to living on your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jettzypher View Post
    There's pro's and con's. One thing I will say though, OP, if you're a grown ass man, there's some things you should definitely do on your own, even if you do live at home still. Case and point: laundry. I mean seriously, wtf...

    I'm cool if you use it as a stepping stone, but grow some balls and be a real man. You should constantly be striving to further yourself and make strides to living on your own.

    You know, this is actually a misleading philosophy that modern system is pressing onto you to get you into debt and slavery. Almost all of my friends are following it, and it appears they will be lead into their early grave. They all have their own place, thus heavily morgaged, or renting by giving away quite large chunk of their income, which leaves them in a modern form of slavery. They live in a constant fear of loosing their source of income or any changes to it. They live their lives very stressed and anxious, and no longer cool to hang out with. and dont get me started on those that are married.

    Than theres this cultural trend to live in a studio or rent a house with a bunch of your friends. How is this different or better than living with your parents? Seems the same to me(but you need to have some cool parents too).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erio View Post
    I wish I was a neet. A neet with a lot of money. A lot of fucking money.


    In here, society is more family based, but the younger adults end up taking care old the old parents, and people only move out when they get married/have to move for other reasons.

    NEET and living by yourself with lodsa money is a better true end.
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    You know, this is actually a misleading philosophy that modern system is pressing onto you to get you into debt and slavery. Almost all of my friends are following it, and it appears they will be lead into their early grave. They all have their own place, thus heavily morgaged, or renting by giving away quite large chunk of their income, which leaves them in a modern form of slavery. They live in a constant fear of loosing their source of income or any changes to it. They live their lives very stressed and anxious, and no longer cool to hang out with. and dont get me started on those that are married.
    And you think your parents never worried about that? Imagine the stressors placed on them while you were still a child. You say you don't want to worry about not being able to make bills and such if you live on your own, but who does that failure to provide effect? You and no one else. Your parents had to worry about providing for the whole family, and if they didn't make ends meet the entire household is out on their ass, not just the one person. I can understand the anxiety of knowing that you can fail, especially if you see friends around you doing so, but maybe you should consider the large portion of people that DO move out on their own, make something of themselves and live happily and worry free. I've been on my own since I was 18, have no debt, and never had a worry that I would have a hard time with bills.

    As for having to pay things like rent and mortgages, it's part of being an adult. It has nothing to do with this society forcing it's philosophy on you to have debt and struggle through life. You'd need to go back in time a few hundred years in order to find a society where you could simply stop on a random piece of land and decide to just build a house on it and live there (and even that isn't cut and dry as people will try to take your land from you physically if they wanted it).

    I don't care that you live at home. Some people do, and with a good purpose. But if you do it simply because you're lazy, unmotivated, and think the world on your own is too damn hard then it's for the wrong reasons. Stop acting like a child and grow-up.

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    if the pinnacle of your life is sitting at home with your mom cooking I feel deeply sorry for you and you are clearly a disappointment to Men all around the world.

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    I'm 22 and still live with my parents, not out of choice however. I still haven't been employed by anyone, and chances are, when I do, my salary won't be enough to make a living by myself initially until I get a new, better job, or climb up in that job's "ranks". I do have to say though, around here in Portugal, leaving one's parents' home to live by yourself doesn't seem to be all that common. I may be blind or something, but I don't usually hear of people leaving their parents' place before they want to start living with their partner. Just generally speaking though, there are of course, always exceptions.

    It's not like I mind living with my parents, but the independance of living alone beats living with them anyday, even if I have more responsabilities (which will catch up to everyone sooner or later, even you OP).
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