Has anyone ever moved from home, and then moved back, only to realize

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  1. oakzap425 Registered

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    you just made the worst mistake of your life?


    I did a week ago, and let me tell you...


    I'm regretting this crap. :cmad:
     
  2. Ghostvirus Registered

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    You never go back home man. You should live in an alley before going back home.
     
  3. X-Punisher Registered

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    What possesed you to do that?
     
  4. oakzap425 Registered

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    Well, my parents are in a financial. And I could barely afford living on my own any more. So, she mentioned it, and me trying to be the helpful person that I am agreed.

    I tell you, the closet I'm leaving in and the stress of a nag of a mother isn't worth the 500 bucks I'm giving in rent.

    The only plus is free water, cable, internet and food. Which I didn't have for the longest, save for the water at home.


    Plus I'm going back to school.
     
  5. EdRyder Registered

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    Home-Home,..Like Dad and Moms house?
    If thats the case then,,what did you expect?
    Still you have my condolences..

    I moved back to Chicago from Milwaukee in 2001..That was a mistake.Mostly because all my Chicago freinds were stagnant and on the same **** from when I left.Still sittin at the local bar talkin bout,.."Remember when,..?" No I dont remember when,,you remember when because you havent done **** since.
    And then of course I promptly fell right into that wormhole..Which came to its climactic conclusion with me renting an apartment above the aforementioned bar..But I escaped ,you can too
     
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    you came out of the closet?
     
  7. Fran Banned User

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    Never going home. NEVER.
     
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    After I came home from the military I was living on the same floor as my parents. I would be bring a girl in at 10 and my mother would pop out complaining i was coming home too late. That was alot of fun . I learned my lesson though . Never go home .
     
  11. tzarinna Mamochka

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    There's no shame in it. If you absolutely have to. Isn't that what family is for?
    I've done it, it was rough and I was still in my early to mid 20's. I bought a house and I still stayed with my grandma for quite awhile while I rented out the rooms. Later I moved in to my property, blah, roommates.
     
  12. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    never ever go home like I regretted staying with my brother over Christmas *he didn't want me to be alone over Christmas apparently*
     
  13. Addendum Registered

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    You got cockblocked by your mom
     
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    LOL ... Thank god i moved out .
     
  16. Yes, I moved back home once... It was hell...
     
  17. Banshee Registered

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    Argh don't tell me that...

    I mean, after my freshman year in college it sucked, but I figured it was because that was after my FRESHMAN year in college, which was the best year of my life period. I graduate in May, in which case I'll be getting a job doing whatever I can that pays half decent, then living with my parents for a year to save up some money. I have to do this to save up enough money to go back and live in England for a year (cause that's going to be expensive as all hell with the current exchange rate and living expenses over there). So I have to do it... damn.
     
  18. Honestly, it depends on the parents. My parents are control freaks so I can't live with them. BUT, my Grandma is awesome and I'm living with her right now and it's just fine.
     
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    Well, my parents don't really give a ****, so I guess that's one thing. But then again I guess I wont be doing as much going out as usual (saving up money and all) anyway.
     
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    you managed to live under their roof for at least 18 years, you can deal.
     
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    In my case I wasn't thinking so much about my parents and all that, I was thinking along the lines of my friends from high school are more than likely not going to be around, then all my friends from school will be spreading around the country. Places kind of lose their magic when the people that helped you make the memories aren't there anymore.
     
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    didn't you say you went to art school? was that in milwaukee?
     
  23. S_H_F_4839 Hulk Smash

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    I did it, and when I moved back in, my brother had already taken over my room and I got it his room. Now I have moved out again.
     
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    I've gone back home twice, the second time (currently) is cool. The first time sucked. My wife and I moved in the first time because I was let go at my job and we were in financial trouble. It was okay but the house my mom and stepdad were in had a ratty dirty basement and that's the only place my wife and I could live. My stepdad was a bit of a drunk and a jerk so it was kinda stressful due to him. We moved out in a year after our first born was born. Then my mom kicked my stepdad out (after 20 or so years... about time) and we decided to move back in to help her out (as well as my youngest brother and sister). We're still here a little over a year now until this coming spring and it's been a blast. It's fun, it's a little more expesive for us, but we all get along just fine. My wife can really laugh it up with my mom and siblings now and it's like one big happy family. And it's a new house and the basement's a little nicer. Still not great, but we made it a home.

    That said, as much as you may enjoy your family, there's nothing like having your own place and I'm quickly desiring that again. Thus, we informed my mother about 2 months ago that we plan on moving out in the spring, so that she may try to make plans on either selling the house, finding new income, what have you. It's been fun, but I'm ready to get out (and buy our first home :))
     
  25. Obi-Ron Deal with it

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    That's one heck of a plus.:o
     

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