By quickfingers100 - 22/05/2011 09:31 - United Kingdom
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@80- Your comment makes no sense at all. Your making assumptions that are completely off-topic and have nothing to do with anything. There are so many things wrong with your comment. 1) We do not know whether the poster is a female or male. So your very outdated advice of "manning up" could very well be invalid. Even if they were a male, its still a retarded statement. GO BE A MAN......... RAWR?!? Yeah okay. 2) What's wrong with living with your parents whilst in college if said college is nearby? Its more economical that way. It would save your parents money (rent, bills, etc. for an apartment) and/or allow you not to have to get a job so you can focus more on your studies. In addition to this according to a recent news story I saw: more and more college graduates are moving back in with their parents because they can't find jobs. You can't just move out and be a grown up. 3) No where in this FML does it indicate whether they live with their father. Even if they were living on their own or took your advice of moving out they would still have to deal with the step-mother. Most civilized people keep contact with their parents after they move out. /rantoff
I thought the original poster was a male, after I had posted I realized my mistake. I honestly don't think it's bad to stay with your parents during your period of college, I was with my parents during my first year. But if this situation is really annoying you, it's time to move on to the next stage of your life. Get an apartment, move into a dorm, finish college, find a job, what have you. And as for your second point, yes, you can be a man and get out there in the world, everyone does, or you can wait, it's not a problem. And I think that visiting your parents is quite different from LIVING with them. No need to rant on me, I was just offering my opinion.