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  • When did you move out?

    From your parents house? Wondering when everyone left the birds nest, i think its weird hearing about people living with their parents at 25-26 years old. I moved to the dorms when i was 18, spent the next summer at home because of where i worked. Moved out completely at 19, what about you?

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    no just curious, the only reason i was out so early because driving to and from college wasnt a good option

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    • #3
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      Last edited by SBSO_DISPATCHER; 12-05-2009, 07:03 AM.
      Gotta catch em allll.........

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      • #4
        Still in my room in Ma's basement. She doesn't mind, she's got her TV that she watches upstairs in the frontroom. She passed away 8 years ago..

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        • #5
          I moved out about two months after I turned 18.
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          I don't agree with your opinion, but I respect its straightforwardness in terms of wrongness.

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          • #6
            I moved out at first at 18 to college but after that 1st year I discovered I could save $3,000 a semester by driving to and from home. I was back home at 19, to my parents glee, until I graduated college. I was out a couple of months later. It's been four years and they are still going through empty-nest syndrome. Mom even talked about adopting a child to fill the space but Dad talked her out of it.

            I have a friend that still lives with his mother at 28. She pays for everything except his cell phone, even drives him around because he hasn't a car.
            Support bacteria. They're the only culture some people have.

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            • #7
              I moved out at 17 years old. Spent the next 5 years in the Army. Best thing I did at that age.
              The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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                Last edited by SBSO_DISPATCHER; 12-05-2009, 07:03 AM.
                Gotta catch em allll.........

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                • #9
                  I would love to move out now, but unless you have a good job making good money good luck making out on your own in my part of the world...$7.25 is not going to cut it...

                  I do help out though, don't want to feel like a bum...Another reason why I'm going to get my degree before I apply to other depts...

                  Sometimes it sucks!...
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                  • #10
                    Eight days after I graduated college. Also happened to be the day after Christmas, and exactly a month after my 21st birthday. I lived at home during college...it was only 10 minutes away. I still shudder at the thought of having to share an apartment and bathroom with 4 or 5 other girls...could not do it. My parents might've been really difficult, but at least I had my own room, a kitchen that was usually empty of people but stocked with food, a bathroom shared with one sister, and a lake out the front yard.

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                    • #11
                      Two days after I graduated high school.

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                      • #12
                        I was planning to live at home indefinitely, but then reality reared it's ugly head when my father bought me a suitcase for my 18th birthday...
                        Lighten up Francis!

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                        • #13
                          I turned 18 in January, graduated HS in May, moved out and joined the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets in August.

                          (this did not occur this year)
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                          Let your watchword be duty, and know no other talisman of success than labor. Let honor be your guiding star in your dealing with your superiors, with your fellows, with all. Be as true to a trust reposed as the needle to the pole. Stand by the right even to the sacrifice of life itself, and learn that death is preferable to dishonor. ~ Gov. Richard Coke, October 4, 1876

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                          • #14
                            Moved out at 17, moved back in at 19, moved out again soon after and moved back at 22, moved out soon after and never did that again. You can just never say "this'll be the last time you see my face" next time with egg...

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                            • #15
                              19 going on 20 y/o, when I shipped off to boot camp. I'm going on 23 now.

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