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#1683 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
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#1684 to #1683 - creamNscream (02/13/2013) [-]
hows it goin old friend?
#1685 to #1684 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
Alright I suppose. Not anything going on, except trying to find an apartment for myself (or to share with friends). Most of my days consist of work, sleep, and exercising.
Alright I suppose. Not anything going on, except trying to find an apartment for myself (or to share with friends). Most of my days consist of work, sleep, and exercising.
#1688 to #1685 - creamNscream (02/13/2013) [-]
Same on this end really. any luck with the apartment stuff?
#1689 to #1688 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
Considering I have to move to somewhere not so far away because I have work in this town, and this town (and area) has just about nothing for a reasonable price, nope. Not giving up, though. I'm getting really sick of living with my parents.
Considering I have to move to somewhere not so far away because I have work in this town, and this town (and area) has just about nothing for a reasonable price, nope. Not giving up, though. I'm getting really sick of living with my parents.
#1690 to #1689 - creamNscream (02/13/2013) [-]
I'm right there with ya man. I hate living with my dad, but theres nothing i can do...
#1691 to #1690 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
Ah, the frustration of being under 18. I know that...   
   
There's a little more freedom, but also less rights in a way.   
   
I pay my parents rent, and yet they expect me to live completely by their standards, or else I'm being labeled an asocial parasite to them. If I bring up anything about how I should deserve some peace or living how I want because I pay rent, then they say it's "not rent" and just a "contribution" to the house. As if taking care of myself and buying most of my own food isn't enough, that little electricity I use, and sleeping in my bedroom surely isn't worth the amount I pay. Or if me being in the house is a pest meaning I should pay more, they're hypocritical for saying stuff like "we always love you and you're always welcome in our house, blah blah". They use every excuse they can make up to say that the rent I pay them is somehow inadequate and therefore I shouldn't have any rights in this house.    
   
When you're over 18, they have the right to kick you out, or keep you and force you to pay rent, while treating you however they want, and playing the victims when you try to stand up for yourself. One really sad fact is, I have more money in savings than they do (and TBH I think they only barely could pay the bills and 						****					 without my rent money), I guess that's why they'd love keeping me in this house.    
   
This is what pisses me off about some types of people. Money is more important to them than any kind of respect from another person. It's such a 						*******					 filthy game...    
   
But sooner or later I'll win. With my job I can still earn a lot more than I spend, and for the last year I've been saving up more and more. As soon as I find another reasonable place for a reasonable price, I'm out, and not looking back.
Ah, the frustration of being under 18. I know that...

There's a little more freedom, but also less rights in a way.

I pay my parents rent, and yet they expect me to live completely by their standards, or else I'm being labeled an asocial parasite to them. If I bring up anything about how I should deserve some peace or living how I want because I pay rent, then they say it's "not rent" and just a "contribution" to the house. As if taking care of myself and buying most of my own food isn't enough, that little electricity I use, and sleeping in my bedroom surely isn't worth the amount I pay. Or if me being in the house is a pest meaning I should pay more, they're hypocritical for saying stuff like "we always love you and you're always welcome in our house, blah blah". They use every excuse they can make up to say that the rent I pay them is somehow inadequate and therefore I shouldn't have any rights in this house.

When you're over 18, they have the right to kick you out, or keep you and force you to pay rent, while treating you however they want, and playing the victims when you try to stand up for yourself. One really sad fact is, I have more money in savings than they do (and TBH I think they only barely could pay the bills and **** without my rent money), I guess that's why they'd love keeping me in this house.

This is what pisses me off about some types of people. Money is more important to them than any kind of respect from another person. It's such a ******* filthy game...

But sooner or later I'll win. With my job I can still earn a lot more than I spend, and for the last year I've been saving up more and more. As soon as I find another reasonable place for a reasonable price, I'm out, and not looking back.
#1692 to #1691 - creamNscream (02/13/2013) [-]
I'm there withyou man, my dad treates me like absolute **** and acts like i leech off of him even though I pay rent.

And it's funny, he contantly tells me im getting a free ride, when he WENT INTO MY BANK ACCOUNT AND STOLE 1500 DOLLARS WITHOUT TELLING ME.

Therefore because of that, i haven't payed rent for a while now, and when he threatens to start charging me again, I threaten to sue him out of house and home for going into my account and taking my money. So he shuts the **** up and keeps saying he'll pay me back eventually, even though i know he won't.

he also refuses to get a job and lives off of retirement and food stamps, which i think is absolutely asinine. he can hardley support my brother, and yet refuses to get a job. He's constantly drunk and ******** on me for everything i do, so im in no rush to come back once im out.

Hopefully then on his death bed he'll ask for forgiveness, and ill just piss on his corpse. he deserves no less
#1693 to #1692 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
Exactly. I just got sick of that bullcrap and decided to stand up to them directly. Put my foot down and say the "rent" is unjust and pure exploitation. Proved them wrong on every point, they lose it and dad plays the sad victim in front of the WHOLE family during christmas, so obviously I'm the one who looks bad. Now they want me to pay even more. Dad does nothing for work, makes excuses for being unemployed, while all he does is sit on his ass and watch TV. Mom barely works and is a hypochondriac.

It seems as long as I'm here, they're just gonna give me hell. But no matter how hard it's gonna be to find a place of my own, how long it might take, I swear I will win. With all the **** I've been through in 20 years of life, this seems like the last obstacle towards having made it on my own and then having the freedom of living my own life.

I don't care anymore if the same work can get boring or tiring, I have plenty of motivation. It honestly feels like fighting a battle that I'm gonna win anyway, sooner or later. They're lazy ***** who lie and manipulate to earn their way, while I'm doing honest hard work to earn my money to have a living. If anything, it feels amazingly good. The more days I work in a week, the more pissy they seem to be at me when I get home from work.

I'm not gonna let those people break me down by some dirty money/authority game.

And yeah, if they later act all regretful and ask for forgiveness, **** that. I'll just walk away. Maybe the only thing I could somehow thank them for is all the ******** that eventually just made me stronger, and gave me motivation to fight back.

User avatar #1694 to #1693 - sniffythebird ONLINE (02/13/2013) [-]
PS: They also had the nerve to call me greedy because I don't want to pay them rent.

I don't care much for money, as long as I have enough. But when someone is extorting me for money that I earned with honest hard work, I really want to punch that person.
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