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By  delichick  |  27

Im sorry this made me snort - I wish I had the confidence to wrap a blanket around legs and flop around like a mermaid....I work 7 days a week and just could be my exhaustion talking though

By  Unlucky1232  |  20

threaten to kick him out. i mean he's not even trying so.... it's the only punishment u can give

  MallowMistress  |  13

I'm 19, my brother is 23. We both still live with our parents. But we help with bills, groceries, and have our own payments as well.

Turning 18 doesn't mean you have to move out, it just means it's time to start acting like an adult. (Assuming you're even out of school at that point.)

  SpyroMello  |  29

#24 I'm 18, graduated high school less than a month ago and I live with my parents. I don't pay any bills yet but I do clean the house and I am looking for a job. I can't afford to move out and I moved to this state 3 years ago so I don't know anyone who could take me in. I would love to be on my own but my sister just moved out a year ago when she was 22. She had 2 jobs, was going to college, and cooked at home. It's very hard and I still have a lot to learn. My parents are nice and are teaching me how to be on my own before I go out on my own.

  Unlucky1232  |  20

ok everyone seems to misunderstand. i don't have any issue with kids living with their parents. I understand that they may not be able to get a job. I do have an issue if the kid in question isn't even trying to get a job


24, If only it was that easy. My brother didn't move out until he was 30. I'm 27 and still haven't moved out either. I couldn't even begin to afford it. I have yet to find a job that pays enough to allow me to do so.

By  rldostie  |  19

Is he living off your dime? Kick him out (unless he's still in college). No need to enable him. Although everyone gets to have a little free time and if he wants to be a mermaid on his down time, good for him. I guess?