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Things Taken For Granted at Parents House

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List some things you took for granted while living at your parents house.

 

To list a few

 

Toilet Paper

Clean Towels

Stealing Money (Its wrong but I did it alot)

A Vacuum

Ice Trays

 

 

The List Goes On and On

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if i said "the love and affection i get from them ", i'd be lying.

 

Most definetely having the biggest room. food.the cooking.SHit..i don' know.

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I guess I was thijnking of the more of the material aspects of living with peeps you all gettin sentimental an shit

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well....

 

not paying rent

food

hot water

heat

not having bills of your own

basic nesscessities(toothpaste,shampoo,laundry detergent,etc.)

free use of a washer and dryer

free phone

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ya know what I missed the most when I was out on my own?...money and food and heat

 

I didn't have any of thsoe things and it sucked...but I did have plenty of booze to keep me warm, and keep my belly full. and if I got drunk enough I could just pretend I was rich and trying to see waht its like being poor.

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free laundry... not to mention someone who'd do it for me. um, good food and my own bed. :)

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Well they go to work and pay the bills, heat the house, buy food, insurance, encouragement....they do shit so I can get my life straight for later on in life oy yeah, and go smoke bud and go bombin too.

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My parents are staying with me temporarily and I don't mind at all because...

 

1. I'm never home so I'm glad there's someone watching and taking care of it.

2. My mom likes to garden so my backyard looks beautiful.

3. Laundry gets done, folded, and left outside my bedroom door.

4. My mom is so cute! She packs these awesome gourmet lunches for me and even my coworkers and walks me to my car in the morning to make sure I don't forget it.

5. Cash

6. My dad takes care of anything that involves my car.

7. Hot homecooked meals.

8. Bills paid for.

 

I hope they never leave, heh.

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its been said, but food. that shit is so expensive. damn. and then rent, heat, other bills, my brothers, an art room/shop, all the tools i could ever need--now i have to buy new ones every week, food, not living w/ slobs...

 

its only been a little over 6 months on my own, but its changed my outlook on life. take advantage of it as long as you can kiddies.

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it would be sorta cool to move back to my parents for a few months. i could save a bunch of money w/ no bills and rent. fuck bills are over a g a month. but alas, i would never do it. so i'll remain jus' making it.

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i might not be on my own yet, but now that my mom was passed away, i realized all the shit i took for granted...

 

good cooked meals

laundry

cleaned up for me

willing to give me rides everywhere

supporting what i liked

good birthday presents

good x-mas presents

fed my dog and cat

helped me in anyway possible

 

 

shit the list goes on...

 

i wish i was still 12 :(

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My philosophy teacher suggested this:

How to become a million dollar man.

Live with parents: Offer 2-3 hours of housework a day to cover rent. Then be a leach.

Get job that pays 20,000 a year. Put 10,000 a year in an investment. Spend 10,000 a year on clothing and other things. (make urself look bettter then Others)

Do this for 10 years. If you get kicked out be an apartment manager and get free rent. Sooner then later youll be a millionaire.

Enjoy

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