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What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Abstemious Girlfriend ()
Date: June 05, 2011 02:53PM

What age should guys move out of their parents' home? It seems that in Fairfax the cost of living is higher so they are allowed to live with their parents a lot longer. I've known guys that are in their late 30s still living with their parents because rent is so high in this area. What do you guys think?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Funny_Guy ()
Date: June 05, 2011 02:56PM

No later than 21 or 22. After that, they stay there forever. I got out when I was 21.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck My Life ()
Date: June 05, 2011 02:59PM

I'm 22 and still live with my mom (working 30+ hrs/week and going to school). None of my friends are ready to move out and I can't afford a one bedroom in this area. I'm pretty much trapped in this house until I finish school. Get me out of here!

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Raptured ()
Date: June 05, 2011 02:59PM

No age - stay as long as desired; ignore the useless and unknowing social stigma attached to this in certain cultures/locations.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Funny_Guy ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:01PM

Fuck My Life Wrote:
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> I'm 22 and still live with my mom (working 30+
> hrs/week and going to school). None of my friends
> are ready to move out and I can't afford a one
> bedroom in this area. I'm pretty much trapped in
> this house until I finish school. Get me out of
> here!

You're still going to school, so that's cool.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Warhawk ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:01PM

If they're returning from college, which is about 22/23 years old or so, my limit would be 1 year post graduation. I lived at home for 5 months post graduation. I couldn't leave fast enough.

If you don't go to college - 21.

You can always get roommates. An old coworker of mine was renting a house with 4 other guys. His rent was like $500 a month. That's fucking cheap.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck My Life ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:04PM

Warhawk Wrote:
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> You can always get roommates. An old coworker of
> mine was renting a house with 4 other guys. His
> rent was like $500 a month. That's fucking cheap.

I have a hard time trusting people I don't know though. What if they steal my shit?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: GetALife ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:05PM

Living at home past the age of 21 is for serious losers, nerds with no life, and socially-inept dweebs who eat hot pockets in their mom's basement.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Sinned and never a saint ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:05PM

What about the guy I know that's 38 and living with his dad? Is that pathetic? I believe it is.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck My Life ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:08PM

GetALife Wrote:
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> Living at home past the age of 21 is for serious
> losers, nerds with no life, and socially-inept
> dweebs who eat hot pockets in their mom's
> basement.

Well I'm sorry that you feel that way. I slacked off in high school so I'm getting a late start to college. At least I'm trying now!

Couple more years and I'll be free...

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Pig Fucker ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:11PM

Sinned and never a saint Wrote:
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> What about the guy I know that's 38 and living
> with his dad? Is that pathetic? I believe it is.

Hey, stop making fun of me. Mom and Dad need me to help out with the Wii.
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: TheMeeper ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:19PM

Sinned and never a saint Wrote:
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> What about the guy I know that's 38 and living
> with his dad? Is that pathetic? I believe it is.


Ha, the guy who grew up across the street from my parents house is still living at home with his parents, and he's probably close to 50. Still in his childhood bedroom, still eating with Mom & Dad every night. Fucked up is what it is.

I was out when I was 17, but I can imagine the high cost of living around this area keeps alot of kids at home longer. Not sure how I feel about that, but I'd say leave as soon as you can afford to move out.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Pimp Daddy ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:33PM

Fuck My Life Wrote:
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> GetALife Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Living at home past the age of 21 is for
> serious
> > losers, nerds with no life, and socially-inept
> > dweebs who eat hot pockets in their mom's
> > basement.
>
> Well I'm sorry that you feel that way. I slacked
> off in high school so I'm getting a late start to
> college. At least I'm trying now!
>
> Couple more years and I'll be free...

Have you tried hooking?
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Not as bad ()
Date: June 05, 2011 03:57PM

Sinned and never a saint Wrote:
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> What about the guy I know that's 38 and living
> with his dad? Is that pathetic? I believe it is.


Not as bad as living with his mom, it is more acceptable, I think> I left early to go in military and the middle east, it is hard to go back to parents after that, military is the best experience for a young man.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: tomahawk ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:15PM

Wasn't Sanford and Son about a guy who lived with his dad?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Raptured ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:25PM

Not as bad Wrote:
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> Sinned and never a saint Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > What about the guy I know that's 38 and living
> > with his dad? Is that pathetic? I believe it
> is.
>
>
> Not as bad as living with his mom

If you're old enough, are you living with your mom or is she living with you in her house?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Warhawk ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:29PM

Fuck My Life Wrote:
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> Warhawk Wrote:
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> -----
> > You can always get roommates. An old coworker
> of
> > mine was renting a house with 4 other guys.
> His
> > rent was like $500 a month. That's fucking
> cheap.
>
> I have a hard time trusting people I don't know
> though. What if they steal my shit?


I should have been more specific - 4 other friends.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Popopol ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:30PM

The worst is a guy who's in his 30s, still living at home, and still driving his parent's car, or his mom's car specificly, that's kinda sad. Although, in this economy it might be common and understandable.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Quebec 2 Fairfax 2 Miami ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:33PM

Popopol Wrote:
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> The worst is a guy who's in his 30s, still living
> at home, and still driving his parent's car, or
> his mom's car specificly, that's kinda sad.
> Although, in this economy it might be common and
> understandable.



What about the guy in his late 30s living with his dad, no car, no driver's license, and no job? I think that qualifies as a real loser.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Paulette ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:37PM

Quebec 2 Fairfax 2 Miami Wrote:
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> Popopol Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The worst is a guy who's in his 30s, still
> living
> > at home, and still driving his parent's car, or
> > his mom's car specificly, that's kinda sad.
> > Although, in this economy it might be common
> and
> > understandable.
>
>
>
> What about the guy in his late 30s living with his
> dad, no car, no driver's license, and no job? I
> think that qualifies as a real loser.


What about the guy in his late 30s with the above mentioned qualifications, who in addition to this takes his dog to the beach or the drive-in or everywhere.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: problem is ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:41PM

Warhawk Wrote:
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> Fuck My Life Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Warhawk Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > You can always get roommates. An old
> coworker
> > of
> > > mine was renting a house with 4 other guys.
> > His
> > > rent was like $500 a month. That's fucking
> > cheap.
> >
> > I have a hard time trusting people I don't know
> > though. What if they steal my shit?
>
>
> I should have been more specific - 4 other
> friends.


eesh doesn't have any friends

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: puter love ()
Date: June 05, 2011 04:48PM

problem is Wrote:
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> Warhawk Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Fuck My Life Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Warhawk Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > You can always get roommates. An old
> > coworker
> > > of
> > > > mine was renting a house with 4 other guys.
>
> > > His
> > > > rent was like $500 a month. That's fucking
> > > cheap.
> > >
> > > I have a hard time trusting people I don't
> know
> > > though. What if they steal my shit?
> >
> >
> > I should have been more specific - 4 other
> > friends.
>
>
> eesh doesn't have any friends
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck My Life ()
Date: June 06, 2011 12:06PM

Popopol Wrote:
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> The worst is a guy who's in his 30s, still living
> at home, and still driving his parent's car, or
> his mom's car specificly, that's kinda sad.
> Although, in this economy it might be common and
> understandable.

I've got my own car and paid for every cent of it. Kudos to me!

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Date: June 06, 2011 12:30PM

I left at 19 and never looked back. I expect my kids to do the same.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: 25 ()
Date: June 06, 2011 12:56PM

It depends on the reason for living with the parents. I know a guy who lived with his parents for 4 years so he could save up enough to buy a house and bulk up his retirement. Another guy moved back in while he starting his own business. There could also be health issues with the parents that he helping them with.

A lot of couples will move back in with their parents for a short period to save up or pay off some debt while house shopping.

Now if the guy is doing heroin and going out drinking ever night while not holding a job then there's a loser stamp. But, in any case that would be a loser.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Date: June 06, 2011 01:02PM

This guy left his parents' house at 44.

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Posted by: Alias ()
Date: June 06, 2011 01:12PM

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/07/2012 12:20AM by Alias.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Date: June 06, 2011 01:16PM

Alias Wrote:
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> Children are like little birds.
>
> You feed them and keep them warm. You teach them
> to be good birds.
>
> Then you throw them out of the nest. Some make
> it, some don't.


+1

Nothing like the threat of starvation or homelessness to motivate a kid's ass to get a job and keep it.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: justsayin ()
Date: June 06, 2011 01:21PM

If a kid doesn't go to college then there is no reason for them to be in the house at all in their 20's, at that point they need to get kicked out of the nest.

If a kid goes to college, I can see being back home for a year, maybe two in order to save up money to get a place to stay and a car to drive, but if you are 25 and still at home you need to move out. If this area is too expensive to live for what you can get paid for, you need to move somewhere appropriate to your income and jobs market worth.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Warden ()
Date: June 06, 2011 01:35PM

WashingTone-Locian Wrote:
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> I left at 19 and never looked back. I expect my
> kids to do the same.


Incarcerated in State Prison for "diddling", i.e. sexual contact with little boys. 15 years.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: sumguy ()
Date: June 06, 2011 04:05PM

I know of people who have children and still live with their parents. They havn't fallin on hardtimes and needed help. They just have never lived on their own.



sorry I must have been high



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/10/2011 10:21AM by sumguy.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Conie ()
Date: June 06, 2011 04:12PM

sumguy Wrote:
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> I know of who have people who have children and
> still live with their parents. I'm not talking
> about they fell on hardtimes and needed help they
> never lived on their own.


Wut?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: wnrsm ()
Date: June 08, 2011 07:31PM

Seems to me the stigma is largely aimed at Caucasians.

Asian kids stay home until marriage and the families take care of their elders.

I don't recall ever seeing a single asian homeless person.


I started paying 50% rent at 18 and moved out at 21 on my own. Years later my mom had to move in with me cuz she hit the skids. She moved in the day my older sister moved out after her troubles had her living with me.

Regardless of whether you're living off of your parents or they're living off of you, it's a total cockblock.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: snowdenscold ()
Date: June 08, 2011 09:30PM

After college, I worked and lived in NC and CA for 1.5 years before heading back to Nova due to work transfer. I initially moved back in with my mom since it was easier than finding a place while still living in CA, but the intention was to move very shortly afterword.

Well 'very shortly' turned into seven months (!) before I found a place I was really happy moving to. Life isn't that great when opening the garage at 3 AM wakes up your mother (as does cooking frozen pizza at odd hours of the night).

I think you need to move out before girls will take you seriously, i.e. having established yourself in life. I know it's a tough economy and all, but I can't imagine my wife would have been as interested in me if one of our early conversations mentioned I lived with my mom. And I wouldn't blame her.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: peat ()
Date: June 09, 2011 01:49AM

Abstemious Girlfriend Wrote:
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> What age should guys move out of their parents'
> home? It seems that in Fairfax the cost of living
> is higher so they are allowed to live with their
> parents a lot longer. I've known guys that are in
> their late 30s still living with their parents
> because rent is so high in this area. What do you
> guys think?


18 and gtfo. college dictates where u end up. if u stay here ur a townie loser.
there's nothing more pathetic than an ingrown NOVAite it just means ur lazy and can't make it anywhere except to the moms fridge at 2 am.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: rvashows123 ()
Date: June 09, 2011 07:11PM

Funny_Guy Wrote:
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> No later than 21 or 22. After that, they stay
> there forever. I got out when I was 21.


I disagree. 25 is the best age to move out. But after 25, they really should at least be paying big time rent and doing all the housework. And no one over 25 should be having their parents do their laundry.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Nameless ()
Date: June 09, 2011 10:28PM

The one year rule for post college or military seems like a good rule of thumb. Otherwise, GTFO when you're 21-22 at the most. That's when I moved out. You're actually doing your children a favor by forcing them to support themselves. Otherwise, they'll never learn any survival skills, and their work ethic will likely be substandard. You apply yourself much more effectively at your job when room and board are at stake. How many mid to late 20 somethings or older repeatedly move out and then back in when they can't hack it? Get your kids out early and maybe lend them a few bucks, but take moving back in as a safety net off the table. They'll learn to take on extra side jobs, and perhaps look to better themselves through education and career development sooner or later.

Alternatively, if you feel the need to explain to a potential significant other why you're still living with your parents, to justify it, you're to old to still be sponging off your parents. Simple as that. The fact that you need to explain yourself shows that you know what you're doing is inappropriate on some level.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: ladksjfwoie ()
Date: June 09, 2011 10:44PM

Nameless Wrote:
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> Alternatively, if you feel the need to explain to
> a potential significant other why you're still
> living with your parents, to justify it, you're to
> old to still be sponging off your parents. Simple
> as that. The fact that you need to explain
> yourself shows that you know what you're doing is
> inappropriate on some level.

How is it sponging off your parents if you're paying rent and utilities?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Nameless ()
Date: June 09, 2011 11:38PM

I'm sure the individual's parents aren't charging them market rates to live there. In addition, if they can't make that month's rent for whatever reason, they're most likely not going to be evicted, which would happen in real life. Living with your parents as an adult is not real life, so long as that safety net exists.

Matter of fact, I'd advocate charging your children market rate for everything, including food (in real life, you may visit your parents and eat with them on occasion, so I'll allow that). That way, there's little benefit in not looking for a place of your own. In that scenario, what you do, without telling them, is pocket the difference in what you're charging them, and what it actually costs to have them live there, invest it, and them give it to them as a wedding gift, or maybe to help with a down payment for a house. That way, you're helping them without giving them that sense of security that makes them soft. Living with parents to save money for whatever reason is BS. You need to learn real world survival skills as early as is practical.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Don't care ()
Date: June 10, 2011 12:21AM

Nameless Wrote:
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> I'm sure the individual's parents aren't charging
> them market rates to live there. In addition, if
> they can't make that month's rent for whatever
> reason, they're most likely not going to be
> evicted, which would happen in real life. Living
> with your parents as an adult is not real life, so
> long as that safety net exists.
>
> Matter of fact, I'd advocate charging your
> children market rate for everything, including
> food (in real life, you may visit your parents and
> eat with them on occasion, so I'll allow that).
> That way, there's little benefit in not looking
> for a place of your own. In that scenario, what
> you do, without telling them, is pocket the
> difference in what you're charging them, and what
> it actually costs to have them live there, invest
> it, and them give it to them as a wedding gift, or
> maybe to help with a down payment for a house.
> That way, you're helping them without giving them
> that sense of security that makes them soft.
> Living with parents to save money for whatever
> reason is BS. You need to learn real world
> survival skills as early as is practical.

Lol. Whatever dude...

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Stinkfist ()
Date: June 10, 2011 08:06AM

I think up to a year (tops) after graduating. It takes time to save up some cash after just starting a career. Especially if loan payments start.

Entry level salary/huge college debt/pricy area...Lots of factors.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Solo ()
Date: June 10, 2011 03:37PM

After 22 you better have a great excuse (ie, wheelchair). After that, get out loser! As far as the "apartments are too expensive in this area" argument - move. Nobody says you have to start out in this high cost of living area. Move to Western Virginia, Kentucky, Florida - who cares. Find a place you CAN afford and do it. Also, if you can't afford your own grilled cheese, you can't afford a significant other.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck That ()
Date: June 10, 2011 03:43PM

Solo Wrote:
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> After 22 you better have a great excuse (ie,
> wheelchair). After that, get out loser! As far
> as the "apartments are too expensive in this area"
> argument - move. Nobody says you have to start
> out in this high cost of living area. Move to
> Western Virginia, Kentucky, Florida - who cares.
> Find a place you CAN afford and do it. Also, if
> you can't afford your own grilled cheese, you
> can't afford a significant other.

That would pretty much force them to get multiple jobs. When would they have time for school?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: JBass ()
Date: June 10, 2011 03:48PM

I gots a buddy, just shy of 30 lives at home and LOVES it, practically brags about it, he loves to rag on me on the first of the month "How was stroking that rent check, buddy?" shit like that. I just laugh because all of the girls who play along with him, clown on him when he is not there... That and his parents publicly clown on him in the presence of our mutual friends parents.

On the other hand, he did just save $1500 bucks and his parents house in Clifton lets him rest his head farther from his parents than I get to from my upstairs, downstairs, left-side, right-side and across the hall neighbors. Also, he doesnt hear them fighting OR fucking as I do my neighbors every week.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Solo ()
Date: June 10, 2011 03:56PM

at 22 you should be out of school, but if you aren't - valid excuse. If you are over 22, not in school, and living with your parents - lame.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: lakfjweoiws ()
Date: June 10, 2011 04:03PM

Solo Wrote:
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> at 22 you should be out of school, but if you
> aren't - valid excuse. If you are over 22, not in
> school, and living with your parents - lame.

Many people over age 22 go to school. It's not uncommon. Some people go back to school... some people get a late start. Not everyone was motivated enough in high school to head off to college right away.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Nameless ()
Date: June 10, 2011 06:26PM

NVCC has a large number of online classes available. It's known as distance learning. This can be synchronous (have to log on at a certain time) or asynchronous (do the online work when you have the time. The only in-person commitment is when you report to the testing center to take your exams. It's around $125 a credit or a little less IIRC.

There's also the American Opportunity Tax Credit, which tops out at $2,500/yr IIRC. This covers the classes, books, other supplies, and even a computer if you take an online class. You can get a free computer and a few free classes. No excuses that you have bills or work several jobs. I work FT and take classes myself. Even if it's one or two a semester and one summer class, you're still making progress and bettering yourself.

What's more, in Virginia, your community college credits transfer 100% to four year schools. They have an agreement to honor any CC degrees. Even better, you get guaranteed admission to any four year school if you have a degree from a Virginia CC. You may not be accepted to the program you want, but you'll be admitted to the school while you're on the waiting list.

No excuses - you can move out, work several jobs, chip away at a degree, and finish in 5,6, or even 8 years if that's all you can do. I know co-workers that are earning degrees in their 30's and 40's.

If you need guidance in personal finance, I recommend The Truth About Money, 4th Ed. bu Ric Edelman. Check out his site. No excuses.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck That ()
Date: June 10, 2011 06:41PM

Nameless Wrote:
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> No excuses - you can move out, work several jobs,
> chip away at a degree, and finish in 5,6, or even
> 8 years if that's all you can do. I know
> co-workers that are earning degrees in their 30's
> and 40's.

OR I could just live with my parents, work ONE job, and finish the degree in 4 years. I'd rather not be in my 30s and still working on a degree...

Plus, many required classes are not available to take online. How do you get around that?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Nameless ()
Date: June 10, 2011 07:39PM

@ "F That", it must be a kid I'm talking to, with a username like that, so I'll take it where it's coming from, the point was that if you're in your mid 20's and still living with your parents, then you are a waste at that point. You're not truly an adult unless you can at least make an honest attempt at making it on your own. If you want to attempt to justify why you should be able to stay home and continue to be carried by your parents, at least in part, then understand that you're still a kid for all intents and purposes.

You say that you can live with your parents, work one job, and finish in four years. That's what would happen when you're 18-22 y/o, not at 27 or whatever. As far as having to take traditional classes, load them up on the same day or two, or take evening classes. As far as a flexible job, you can be an EMT, ER Tech, or some other type of hospital job (transporter, registrar, janitor, whatever), or work in the service industry as a server, bartender, host, for example. Apply with Fairfax Coutny as a bus driver ($16.72/hr. with free CDL training). You have flexible hours. You're not full time, so you can take a class or two between the morning pick up and afternoon drop off, and also make an evening class. Your summer is off as well, so you can find work as a bus driver for assisted living facilities, or maybe a bus line like Vamoose or something. No excuses.

If you want to tell me F that, or I don't care, or whatever dude, then that goes to show the immature mindset that goes with someone that chooses to remain under their parent's safety net in adulthood.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: hardworker ()
Date: June 11, 2011 02:05AM

if you're 22 and still living at home you've chosen...poorly.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Fuck That ()
Date: June 11, 2011 01:15PM

Nameless Wrote:
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> @ "F That", it must be a kid I'm talking to, with
> a username like that, so I'll take it where it's
> coming from

Yup. I sure spend a lot of time trying to choose professional sounding usernames. Internet forums are serious business! If only I could be as bland as to come up with a username like "Nameless"...

> You say that you can live with your parents, work
> one job, and finish in four years. That's what
> would happen when you're 18-22 y/o, not at 27 or
> whatever.

Who said I was 27?

> If you want to tell me F that, or I don't care, or
> whatever dude, then that goes to show the immature
> mindset that goes with someone that chooses to
> remain under their parent's safety net in
> adulthood.

We can agree to disagree.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Radiophile ()
Date: June 11, 2011 02:38PM

Meade Post

Fairfaxunderground rules: Lilliputions, not ok. Midgettville ok. I got it now.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Lack O' Motivation ()
Date: June 11, 2011 07:28PM

lakfjweoiws Wrote:
> Not everyone was
> motivated enough in high school to head off to
> college right away.

Obviously not having the option of living in the streets, provides the lack of motivation. Someone needs some tough love!

GTFO!

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Hair! ()
Date: June 11, 2011 07:31PM

Fuck That Wrote:
> Plus, many required classes are not available to
> take online. How do you get around that?

Grow some hair on you balls!

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Breast fed... ()
Date: June 11, 2011 07:35PM

Don't care Wrote:
>
> Lol. Whatever dude...

You sound like you are still being breast fed off of your mama...

"Whatever, looser..."

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Asian dude ()
Date: June 11, 2011 07:45PM

wnrsm Wrote:
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> Seems to me the stigma is largely aimed at
> Caucasians.
>
> Asian kids stay home until marriage and the
> families take care of their elders.
>
> I don't recall ever seeing a single asian homeless
> person.
>
>
> I started paying 50% rent at 18 and moved out at
> 21 on my own. Years later my mom had to move in
> with me cuz she hit the skids. She moved in the
> day my older sister moved out after her troubles
> had her living with me.
>
> Regardless of whether you're living off of your
> parents or they're living off of you, it's a total
> cockblock.

I am proud that I (we) can maintain a family household (and a big enuff house) and have my elderly mom live with us. Being able to take care of the parents has it's own rewards. A future wife would understand, a one night stand would not.

Peace bro..

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: practical reasons ()
Date: June 12, 2011 09:23AM

Agree on the parents. My parents have plenty of money and live in a condo, but money is not what it's all about. Mom is 89 and in a wheelchair. Dad is 86 (WW2 vet). If Dad dies, my mom will need help and I really don't want her in a nursing home. Her mind is sharp as a tack. She had to spend a couple of months in a nursing home at one point (when the wheelchair came into life and they didn't count on how tough my dad is) and those were the unhappiest time of her life. I love her too much to let that happen again. I don't think you know what your parents did for you until you have your own kid. I would take her into my house in a heartbeat. She was not the perfect mom, but I love her. America is probably one of the only countries where we "kick" our families out of the house and rationalize it by saying things like "oh, you are lazy" or "oh, you are an unsuccessful lout". Can you believe there might be parents who say "we love you and want you here?" Or "we don't want you to waste your money at at time of unpredictable futures"?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Lame azz ()
Date: June 12, 2011 09:47AM

hardworker Wrote:
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> if you're 22 and still living at home you've
> chosen...poorly.


Thats about it. I moved out at age 18. Rented a dump of a place with several other people. Sure things are expensive but what a relief to come and go as you please. The refrigerator was full of beer and day old pizza. Looking back those days were some of the best of my life before kids and a mortgage.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: 8===) ~ ~ ~ ()
Date: June 12, 2011 09:47PM

Lame azz Wrote:
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> hardworker Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > if you're 22 and still living at home you've
> > chosen...poorly.
>
>
> Thats about it. I moved out at age 18. Rented a
> dump of a place with several other people. Sure
> things are expensive but what a relief to come and
> go as you please. The refrigerator was full of
> beer and day old pizza. Looking back those days
> were some of the best of my life before kids and a
> mortgage.

Wow. That's high living right there. I sure wish I could live in some piece of shit apartment and eat junk food for every meal. Guess you shouldn't have knocked up that dumb cunt, huh? LOL

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: DaveP ()
Date: October 01, 2011 12:15PM

I've been fortunate to have a close group of friends since high school, and we've all stayed close over the years. College was a blast, and the party extended a few years beyond college (admitedly longer than it probably should have). But now I'm 29, married for 3 years, own a house, have a solid career, and we just had our first child a few weeks ago. I'm very happy, very satisfied, and very well adjusted to adult life. But almost all of my friends (who are also 29ish) still live with their parents! Some have full time jobs, one has NO JOB, one has a career in which he makes more money than I do! But these guys act like I'm some sort of dumbass for choosing to grow up.

One friend in particular is always going on about all the bars he's going to, going out to eat every single night, expensive trips to Vegas, and next spring he's going to Europe for 2 weeks! He'll be 30 by then, and since he lives with his parents, ALL his income is disposable. He could easily afford to rent an apartment, but then he'd have to stop drinking every night and eating all these expensive meals. No girlfriend. No wife and kids to hold him down, he brags about. But he doesn't even have a place to watch tv if he wants to, b/c his parents don't let him use the tv unless they aren't using it.

Another friend is "saving up to buy a house". I believed him when he was 26. Now that he's 30 and still "saving up to buy a house" I know that he's just sponging off his parents and stashing away all his money (also taking expensive vacations).

It's pathetic, but they really do believe that I'm the poor sucker and that they have the advantage over me.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Ellipsis ()
Date: October 01, 2011 01:31PM

Given the price of housing, the inflating rents and deflating wages, for a child to stay with his parents is not odious. To the willing, there is no injury, and social stigma is only for people dumb enough to heed it.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Mong0Lloyd ()
Date: October 01, 2011 02:16PM

Chicks need to get it pounded in their selfish heads that we're not living in our grandparents' America. All of the jobs that could absorb and employ the broad middle part of the bell curve are all gone. The factories, textile mills, agriculture, and supporting businesses. All gone. What's left is the economic equivalent of weeds, scavengers, and professional ass kissers.

There's no reason why a guy can't live with his parents as long as he remains on good terms with them. Marriage is the only thing that a dude MUST move out for. There's plenty of disposable chicks to shack up with for a time but, damn few worth marrying. Regardless, don't get her pregnant! Better to get a vasectomy than be on your own and stuck with a pregnant chick. Only human roaches will be spawning under today's shitty conditions.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Cartman ()
Date: October 01, 2011 02:25PM

GetALife Wrote:
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> Living at home past the age of 21 is for serious
> losers, nerds with no life, and socially-inept
> dweebs who eat hot pockets in their mom's
> basement.
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Sooner the better ()
Date: October 01, 2011 02:32PM

Abstemious Girlfriend Wrote:
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> What age should guys move out of their parents'
> home? It seems that in Fairfax the cost of living
> is higher so they are allowed to live with their
> parents a lot longer. I've known guys that are in
> their late 30s still living with their parents
> because rent is so high in this area. What do you
> guys think?


No excuse. Although if that is the real reason, it's understandable.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: the truth hurts ()
Date: October 01, 2011 02:35PM

Sooner the better Wrote:
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> Abstemious Girlfriend Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > What age should guys move out of their parents'
> > home? It seems that in Fairfax the cost of
> living
> > is higher so they are allowed to live with
> their
> > parents a lot longer. I've known guys that are
> in
> > their late 30s still living with their parents
> > because rent is so high in this area. What do
> you
> > guys think?
>
>
> No excuse. Although if that is the real reason,
> it's understandable.


those dumb fucking 30 year olds living in moms basement should maybe - hmm heres and idea. stop trying to live within the beltway and put on some bigboy pants.
fucking losers - im sure all of them have a station where they can mount a fleshlight and pound it hands free

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Sometimes ()
Date: October 01, 2011 03:08PM

Sometimes the father does not mind if the boy lives at home ,if the son has alot of girlfriends who visit he might have an opportunity to bang one when no one's around. Who Knows??

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Olde Farte ()
Date: October 01, 2011 03:19PM

Any age is fine - stay around til you're old and gray - fine - leave when you're too young to join the Army - fine.

It's all fine.

To each his own.

And, of course, under special circumstances there are a multitude of reasons to hang around til whenever.

Don't make such decisions based off of number of orbits around a star - how silly.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: failure to lunch ()
Date: October 01, 2011 03:57PM

If you are at home after age 21 you are def a loser. End of story, no excuses.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: therealmeade ()
Date: October 01, 2011 05:20PM

I live with my dad and I am gay.
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: NEmery ()
Date: January 13, 2013 10:50PM

I just moved out and I'm 31 but that's because I got married. My income and my wife's income together, we are able to live on our own. I didn't finish college but I do work, and have been there for more than 10 years.

I know one person exactly like this. It depends on the persons attitude/ work ethic/ etc. IMO that's the traits that define "loser" status. These guys want stuff, but don't wanna earn it. Their parents are enablers so they basically get whatever they want. I.e, no rent free, no responsibility, unrealistic altogether.

If you're working towards being on your own in the world but can't yet afford it, that's one thing. But if you're a mommas boy, not working, and making excuses. Then you're a loser, no matter what the age.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Japanito ()
Date: January 13, 2013 10:57PM

Japan is actually much worse than the US. It's uncommon for elderly to die alone in their home unnoticed for months because their family has abandoned them.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Date: January 13, 2013 11:16PM

I'm 34 and ridin' the debt free basement all the way to the bank.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: young buckin ()
Date: January 13, 2013 11:35PM

22, buying my first place and moving out in the next few weeks. IMO you should be out at around 18 - 20. I am a little late but I have saved a great down payment which I couldn't have done without living with the rents so long. Looking forward to getting out asap! I cannot see how anyone can be 25+ and still be at home, shame on them and the parents. You can get a room for $400 - $500 easy, a shit job paying $10 - 14 and you can easily do it while owning a car as well.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Date: January 13, 2013 11:37PM

Abstemious Girlfriend Wrote:
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> What age should guys move out of their parents'
> home? It seems that in Fairfax the cost of living
> is higher so they are allowed to live with their
> parents a lot longer. I've known guys that are in
> their late 30s still living with their parents
> because rent is so high in this area. What do you
> guys think?





I talked like such a newbie back then.


xoxoxoxo

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Bride of eesh ()
Date: January 13, 2013 11:46PM

Mephisto

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: BobS53 ()
Date: February 07, 2013 12:53PM

"I know a guy who lived with his parents for 4 years so he could save up enough to buy a house and bulk up his retirement."

Are you Kidding me??? What about the older parents that are trying to bulk up on THEIR retirement and can't afford to because they are paying for the deadbeat son? If they are done with school... they need to go! Most kids are so stinking lazy these days! On the Internet 12 hours a day, don't understand why they should help our around the house... good grief... get them out!

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Ahmayzin ()
Date: February 07, 2013 12:58PM

I think it depends on the person and the situation. I left at 18 came back at 18..lol. Left At 20...came back when I was like 26 or 27. Left again at 30 and will never move back in..lol. If I ever needed to, theres room for me and I will always be welcome home. Good to know, but I like my personal space. Nothing would be worse then having to take the room next to my parents...trying to "do the grown up". lmao

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: twenty ()
Date: February 07, 2013 01:01PM

If you go to college away from home you effectively move out at 18 and visit over the summer and breaks. Most of us had zero interest in returning home after college and most I know had their own places before or immediately after graduating.

That said I think a 6 month grace period after graduation is generally okay. I was living on my own 12 months a year by 20 - loved it.

I think living on your own for the first time, paying your own rent and car payments is one of the best times in life. You feel successful, you have few obligations (save student loans) and your standards are low. All your peers are starting out too so no one judges you by your material holdings the same way they do later in life.

That said kids DO NOT rack up 200k in student loans unless you are 100% certain you can get a bitchin job right away making 60k+ immediately with certain chance for advancement to six figures within 5-7 years. You will never pay off your debt and still be able to have a family and home and all that good stuff.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: getting laid ()
Date: February 07, 2013 01:06PM

Shenanigans getting laid in the house while the parents were home before leaving home was certainly good fun before 20. After that who the hell wants to sneak around to get laid? Moreover what girl over 22 is going to do you if you dont have your own place?

Sex was a major incentive to have my own place asap.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Blake ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:33PM

Look I am 25 and I live with my dad. Right now I have a part time job with no insurance and only make $10.50 an hour and that barely pays my three bills I have. Now last year about this time I worked for kroger full time at night making $13.98 and getting fulltime as well as OT and even then it would have been imposible to move out even with room mates. Unless four of us stayed in a one bedroom apartment for almost 1k a month or if I move to the ghetto.

Stay home, live in a crammed spot or get murdered....uh..Stay home

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: i fixed it for you ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:37PM

Blake Wrote:
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> Stay home, stay in school, live in a crammed spot or get
> murdered....uh..Stay in school

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: More Complete ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:38PM

Blake Wrote:
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> Look I am 25 and I live with my dad. Right now I
> have a part time job with no insurance and only
> make $10.50 an hour and that barely pays my three
> bills I have. Now last year about this time I
> worked for kroger full time at night making $13.98
> and getting fulltime as well as OT and even then
> it would have been imposible to move out even with
> room mates. Unless four of us stayed in a one
> bedroom apartment for almost 1k a month or if I
> move to the ghetto.
>
> Stay home, live in a crammed spot or get
> murdered....uh..Stay home


The other option, find a job that pays better. Duh.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Ahmayzin ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:39PM

Here's a tip for you under 25ers. Don't just look for jobs you know you can get. Get a professional resume' together. Go to a Career Center AND create Monster.com and Careerbuilder.com accounts. Create a search list (Though employed I still keep job lists coming daily). Challenge yourself and actually go through with an interview. That job you didn't expect could increase your $11-$15 an hour to $20-$24 an hour. It's way to easy to get complacent when living at home. I know first hand.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: cant believe what I am reading ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:47PM

I was out on my own at 18. Had to share a house with five other people but an easy trade off for freedom. Cant believe some of you retards living with your parents beyond 22. Are you really that stupid or lazy? You just may meet some real hot piece of ass and what do you say, come back to my place just be real quiet dont want to wake my mom and dad. Lameass losers everyone of you.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Ralph Pootawn ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:50PM

Lizzie's like 40 and she still lives at home.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: rip snort ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:53PM

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: sad times ()
Date: February 19, 2013 04:54PM

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Ahmayzin ()
Date: February 19, 2013 05:15PM

That awesome moment when your mom walks in and catches you spanking your monkey...you're 33. FYL.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: February 19, 2013 06:04PM

My Mom threw me out, but I'm looking for somebody elses Mom that'll put me in her cellar.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Vexxxed ()
Date: February 19, 2013 06:12PM

BEH Wrote:
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> My Mom threw me out, but I'm looking for somebody
> elses Mom that'll put me in her cellar.


Does it have to be a mom?

Or would someone with long curly hair in a dress do?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Warhawk ()
Date: February 19, 2013 06:17PM

John Clayton still lives at home.

__________________________________
That's not a ladybug, that's a cannapiller.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: February 19, 2013 06:19PM

Vexxxed Wrote:
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> BEH Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > My Mom threw me out, but I'm looking for
> somebody
> > elses Mom that'll put me in her cellar.
>
>
> Does it have to be a mom?
>
> Or would someone with long curly hair in a dress do?

Depends on the dress, I suppose.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: ffx yuppie //m5 ()
Date: February 19, 2013 06:25PM

Blake Wrote:
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> Look I am 25 and I live with my dad. Right now I
> have a part time job with no insurance and only
> make $10.50 an hour and that barely pays my three
> bills I have. Now last year about this time I
> worked for kroger full time at night making $13.98
> and getting fulltime as well as OT and even then
> it would have been imposible to move out even with
> room mates. Unless four of us stayed in a one
> bedroom apartment for almost 1k a month or if I
> move to the ghetto.
>
> Stay home, live in a crammed spot or get
> murdered....uh..Stay home


What bills do you have that are so expensive? While you are still living at home you should be saving enough to buy a car (cash) at the very least. Save 2k - 3k buy a decent beater, and gtfo out. The only bills you should have are for car insurance and a cell phone.

Income - $1,600

----
Rent - $500
Food - $400
Auto Expenses (gas$160/insurance$120/maintenence$20) - $300
Clothing/house items/ cell phone/ other expenses - $200
Alcohol & weed - $100
Saving - $100
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$1,600

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: RJA ()
Date: May 08, 2013 03:35AM

Where are you guys finding these $500 apartments? Everything I find around here is closer to $1,000.
Also, you may have forgotten, but it's now mandatory to buy health insurance, so that's an additional $200-$300 a month you'll have to spend.
Also, you just demonstrated that you're spending all the money you're making and not saving any.
Are you happy with that?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: RJA ()
Date: May 08, 2013 03:40AM

Not saving "any" because that $100 you said you're saving could easily get spent on an unexpected emergency or a one-time splurge, and it's not even really relevant anyway considering you're going to have to spend more than that $100 on health insurance now anyway (unless your job is paying for it).

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: RJA ()
Date: May 08, 2013 04:07AM

Also, are you paying taxes or are you committing tax evasion?

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: djfijein ()
Date: July 05, 2013 03:52AM

Look, I am only taking home 320 a week. Per month that's 1280. The average apartment in New Hampshire costs 1000 a month. Yeah I live in New Hampshire. But looking at my budgeted earnings I concluded this; my bare minimum of expenses force me into food 200 per month, gas 120 per month, car ins, 50 per month, car payments 190 per month, my IRA 50 per month costing total of 610 per month. Providing I never buy anything beyond those things, or do anything in life that will cause extra expenses that leaves me with 670 for rent. But if trying to make it on my own, rent will cost 1000 per month that leaves me with only 280 to balance over my car payments, car insurance, gas, food, and IRA. But I also go to physical therapy which is cheaper than the doctor which is 45 a visit. That's every two weeks. So that's another 90.

But I won't bore with all these numerical statistics. Basically, if you live in new england and your looking for a full time job and all that's hiring is companies like Walmart and Dunkin Donuts, and your starting out after finishing college... Well that's it prepare to have no life for many many years. So you say move away. There's just one problem, I have no money to move. Boy, that lousy paying job at Walmart is looking pretty nifty. And then you become stuck like me.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Priviledged ()
Date: July 05, 2013 05:44AM

djfijein Wrote:
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> Look, I am only taking home 320 a week. Per month
> that's 1280. The average apartment in New
> Hampshire costs 1000 a month. Yeah I live in New
> Hampshire. But looking at my budgeted earnings I
> concluded this; my bare minimum of expenses force
> me into food 200 per month, gas 120 per month, car
> ins, 50 per month, car payments 190 per month, my
> IRA 50 per month costing total of 610 per month.
> Providing I never buy anything beyond those
> things, or do anything in life that will cause
> extra expenses that leaves me with 670 for rent.
> But if trying to make it on my own, rent will cost
> 1000 per month that leaves me with only 280 to
> balance over my car payments, car insurance, gas,
> food, and IRA. But I also go to physical therapy
> which is cheaper than the doctor which is 45 a
> visit. That's every two weeks. So that's another
> 90.
>
> But I won't bore with all these numerical
> statistics. Basically, if you live in new england
> and your looking for a full time job and all
> that's hiring is companies like Walmart and Dunkin
> Donuts, and your starting out after finishing
> college... Well that's it prepare to have no life
> for many many years. So you say move away.
> There's just one problem, I have no money to move.
> Boy, that lousy paying job at Walmart is looking
> pretty nifty. And then you become stuck like me.


What happened to all that good education you got? You're white and got a degree in basket weaving. You should be set unless you are New
Hampshire trash and plan to knock off an elementary school like they do in Conn.

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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: Brett Davenport moved out ()
Date: July 05, 2013 06:18AM

yupp the one and only, the highflying, deathdyfying, sexifying maniac Brett Davenport who is Fredericksburg, Virginia's own he is Liberty High School Class of 2008 we are great in Bealeton, Virginia Rap SuperStarr!!!


he will be performing his hit single ''Long Hair Dont Care'' feat. Tyler Beach
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Re: What age should guys move out of their parents' house?
Posted by: LWTYL ()
Date: July 05, 2013 07:38AM

Does moving down to the basement count?

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