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By justwantedtounpack / Monday 29 December 2015 04:55 / United States
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By  Dreamsorrow93  |  24

Could be worse. I'm 21 live at home still but work 50 hours a week while going to school full time. Both my parents are unemployed and sit on their asses playing their laptops while screaming at me to clean when I need sleep.

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By  Galamond  |  10

But you are at their house, therefore, you should gladly submit to every kind of stupid stuff they impose you. FML comment section logic.

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  elusiveshame  |  22

I agree with you. I doubt the op is telling the whole story

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  brand125  |  17

i think #3 is just being sarcastic, but i cant tell. if they were trying to impose a rule within the house then yes, they have that right. but dragging someone into a differnt house that the op didnt want to be isnt warranted, i mean unless they just didnt want op in the house unsupervised, but then they would just have to kick you out. but you cant force someone to travel with you

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  NellieeNell  |  18

If she is being sarcastic then she should put "sarcasm" or something. It's hard to tell when ever someone is being sarcastic through text.

By  iTzSelverZz  |  14

They must miss you so much that they want you by there side all the time. Or crazy!

By  nela25  |  23

I think the issue is that they haven't seen you in a few months at least, and when you actually did come to visit them, you want to stay home and not spend time with them, even if it is at a friend's house. Trust me, my parents are the same. Entertain the idea at least for a bit. Theres always time to do laundry in college, not free, but still haha.

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  badmandilon  |  19

I agrede with you #8. I don't think their parents got mad because OP wants to help, but because they want to spend time as a family with their friends. I would do it, is not a big deal if it's not too often.

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