By College_Grad
Today, I was detained for trying to "illegally enter" my house, all because my parents forgot to tell me they were being evicted. FML
College_Grad tells us more :
OP here. I just graduated in May and have been working 2 jobs (one full time in my field and one part time for extra cash) since a week after I graduated. I am almost never home. I am moving to my own apartment at the end of August. I paid rent, car payments, and utilities to my parents every week because I'm a big girl, planning my own family. I have no idea what happened exactly, but someone called the police because I tried to unlock the front door after I came home from work. Everything is ok. We're ok.
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  tehdarkness  |  21

True, but still F his L. That sucks that his parents couldn't keep it together by having a roof over his head; it also sucks that the didn't have the balls to tell him about it.

  diagnosed  |  13

well technically you may be correct. And the Technical sense at least. But a home is their house. Whether they rent or own. And it is not for you to say whether or not it was never your house.. because even though I may not on my home I consider it my house. It's where I live. And as long as you pay any type rent it is your house

By  memed_fml  |  17

I'm curious how they managed to go through the full process of being evicted without you noticing anything weird. Were you at camp and came home to that mess?

  Lalala579121  |  27

No, her parents just left her all alone and didn't tell her anything. You see it was all a practical joke to see how long it would take her to notice they're gone.