By Shelbitchh - 28/07/2011 09:11 - United States
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@250 Haha Agreed. Edward or any of their family wouldn't even live for another second compared to the vamps on TB. I love that fucking show. Btw OP that fucking blows about your mom not letting you. when that show first airred in 2007 I was watching it with my mom! I'm 19 now but I don't live with her anymore anyways so it doesn't matter.
Oh, come on, 'move out or stfu'...it's not like OP is 30 years old. I'm also 19 and it's impossible for me to move out because I'm still in college and don't have a job. That doesn't mean OP can't question her parents decisions. They make the rules, oké, but they could make them the democratical way, together with the OP.
If you think there aren't a lot if jobs for people without degrees you aren't looking for them, you'll likely end up unemployed once you have the degree too, as your "dream job" in your chosen field is rarely the one you get first. The economy isn't that bad, you're just a bunch of spoiled freeloaders who value laziness over freedom.
141- I did say depends on where you live. where I live is basically what a lot of my friends and I call it Old People's town. There is majority of retired military people down here. Not a lot of big businesses here so makes it hard for teenagers to find a job. It's either fast food or if you're lucky and old enough the casinos. which you still need at least a gaming license/bartender license. So it's not about laziness. Just depends on where you live.
It's not impossible to move out at 19. my older brother moved out to go to university at 17. not to mention he doesn't have a job either. it's called saving up, managing your money, grants and scholarships, and student loans. We don't know OP's circumstances though. maybe she should stfu and move out, and maybe she shouldn't.
'you can't go to college without taking out some sort of loans unless you get a full ride scholarship.' I live in Europe, my friend. This year I don't have a scholarship anymore and I 'only' have to pay 500 euro's, or something like that. But if I can choose between A) living with my sometimes annoying parents where I don't have to pay my food, electricity, water, rent... or B) living alone, pay many things myself and let the state pay the rest, I know what to choose. I don't want to profit from the state and I want to get good grades, which goes better if I can concentrate me on my studies instead of a bunch of jobs. It's not impossible to move out after high school, but I would not recommend it.
213-I don't have any student loans I got financial aid and scholarships and it will cover my entire degree. I'm not dumb enough to take out a credit card. and like I said I'm working full time working my butt off to pay for bills, etc. it's hard hard work and determination
She's just being overprotective. That is what moms do. Just listen to her she will change her mind soon enough!