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By Anonymous - / Friday 24 May 2013 21:43 / Iceland - Akureyri
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  Mr_Satan  |  11

54/55 - That depends on why she lives with her parents. If she's just staying there for the free ride and not even attemting to make a life for herself, then I would agree.

However, her situation could be like my brothers. He's 35 and lives at home, because its impractical for him to have his own place. He travels to a few different places for weeks at a time for the environmental work he does.

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  hannaaaahr  |  33

#34, my mother actually bought me condoms to make sure that I was protected. I don't see why the whole world should have an opinion on the age that you are when you are sexually active. Parents should wake up and realize that there is quite a good chance that kids these days have sex and that yelling at them isn't going to stop that.

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  Coeliacchic93  |  21

34 ~ I'm 19 and live with my mum, my boyfriend pretty much lives with us, we have been looking for somewhere to live but my health has deteriorated and I would not cope without my mum. That being said she knows my boyfriend and I make love when she's out and she even purposely gives us privacy.

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Some people live with their parents because of cultural reasons. In my culture, it would be unthinkable to leave your parents at 18, you'd be expected to live with them until you get married, and even then, some families will still live together. Here, it's only me (17), my siblings and my parents, but back in our birth country (Jordan), it's my grandparents, some of their kids, and their kid's families.

Just saying, there's nothing wrong with still living with your family. I'd frown upon those who are only living there to freeload though.

By  superdom  |  12

Whoever keeps marking us down is an ass

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  Booda_Shun  |  28

Why would a privately-owned corporation make a PSA?

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