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Moving out

moving out?

  • I'm under the age of 18 and I live with my parents.

    Votes: 20 31.3%
  • I'm under the age of 18 and I live on my own.

    Votes: 1 1.6%
  • I'm over the age of 18 and live with my parents.

    Votes: 21 32.8%
  • I'm over the age of 18 and live on my own.

    Votes: 15 23.4%
  • I live with friends

    Votes: 2 3.1%
  • I live with aliens.

    Votes: 5 7.8%

  • Total voters
    64

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
moving out...

what is it like? how many people on FA have done this? how many losers still live at home?

it's funny for me because my two best friends are moving out and they're far younger than I am.

dammit I'm 21. D: but I'm scared. my "stable work" is making fursuits for y'all.

anyway. this is a thread about moving out.

should I move out? the situation at home has become rather unbearable.
 

Xipoid

Cameras
Moving out depends on your perspective. If you are a very independent person, quite obviously you are likely to do well. If you aren't, then as it would seem you will have a tougher time.


When I moved away, I couldn't have been happier. I removed myself from volatile surroundings to a very docile, productive atmosphere. It also allowed me to enjoy my freedoms and have my say with whatever I want (since, you know, it's all mine within the confines of my living space). Though, you just need to be sure to pick up on being responsible as quite literally if you don't do it, no one will. Of course, I value my privacy and personal living quarters and thus refused roommates (for those reasons). It can be a big change, but it is a necessary one.
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
Moving out depends on your perspective. If you are a very independent person, quite obviously you are likely to do well. If you aren't, then as it would seem you will have a tougher time.


When I moved away, I couldn't have been happier. I removed myself from volatile surroundings to a very docile, productive atmosphere. It also allowed me to enjoy my freedoms and have my say with whatever I want (since, you know, it's all mine within the confines of my living space). Though, you just need to be sure to pick up on being responsible as quite literally if you don't do it, no one will. Of course, I value my privacy and personal living quarters and thus refused roommates (for those reasons). It can be a big change, but it is a necessary one.

>.< currently I'm the one that does freaking everything for everyone... I just want some space to be alone. a home with 3 other people in it especially if one is abusive is driving me insane.

plus I have waay too much stuff.

dude. I paid for my own car, my own gas, my own food, I'm just not paying rent. lol.
 

Plantar

Soaked In Sin
Bah, I pay rent, car insurance, and for my own food, to live at home with my meager unemployment checks.

Apartments are so expensive in NJ. :(
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
Bah, I pay rent, car insurance, and for my own food, to live at home with my meager unemployment checks.

Apartments are so expensive in NJ. :(

over $500 a month?
 

Xipoid

Cameras
>.< currently I'm the one that does freaking everything for everyone... I just want some space to be alone. a home with 3 other people in it especially if one is abusive is driving me insane.

plus I have waay too much stuff.

dude. I paid for my own car, my own gas, my own food, I'm just not paying rent. lol.


Moving out will be a good experience for you then, so long as you can procure the rent without strapping yourself. I personally suggest you move out to some place without any roommates. While this may be more expensive, it will be worth it if you value your personal space and ultimate word.
 

Bloodshot_Eyes

Well-Known Member
I am eighteen... I'm working to get a job... all jobs within walking distances aren't hiring... I need a car to get to the other jobs... to get a job I need a car... Dx
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
Moving out will be a good experience for you then, so long as you can procure the rent without strapping yourself. I personally suggest you move out to some place without any roommates. While this may be more expensive, it will be worth it if you value your personal space and ultimate word.

might move out with my boyfriend... but he's gotten rather silent lately.
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
I am curious as to what all this entails; however, I am at the same time afraid to hear.

I have no idea.
I think he's lost in his own head.

honestly? no clue. I only get to see him maybe once a week. finals are next week and I cant wait to get school done with.
 
As soon as the opportunity arises.. and I have a job that doesn't pay min. wage and/or people to move in with...

... I'm going to be trapped at Mom's forever. ;_;
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
I make minimum wage. $7.25 / hr. It SUUUUCKS.

:3 I make a fursuit and sell it for $900.
I make just a head and sell it for $250.

and most people charge double!
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
Nope! I'm stuck here in SoOh, with all the oxy and a game named-without-a-hint-of-sarcasm, cornhole.

god. I wouldnt move there ever... you could get charged as a sex offender for owning manga porn.

jesus christ.
 

Jashwa

Member
Where is the option for "I'm in college and live on my own during school, but at home during summer"?
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
Where is the option for "I'm in college and live on my own during school, but at home during summer"?

do you pay for rent at college?
 

Zrcalo

I STALK PRINCIPLES
I pay for housing for each semester.

and summer's like what... 2 months?

I think it's safe to say you've moved out.
you just visit for 2 months.
 

Zrcalo

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