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#56 - Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but y…  [+] (2 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
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#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
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#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
#51 - Your own apartment at 17? Wow. I'm living with my mother …  [+] (5 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
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#55 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
in the state of Texas if you're 17 you can legally own an apartment if you have your parents consent, the house i used to live at is kinda small so i suggested if i should move out my dad said no at first but he said yes eventually the apartment is pretty small (which is good cause i prefer it to be small) and he helps with the rent sometimes so its not too bad i get lonely sometimes so im about to get a cat
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#56 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but you're allowed to move out and board or whatever at 16. So I moved out when i was 16 because we had to live with Mum's sister and there were too many people in one house and my mother and I weren't getting along. Mum found a house where I have a separate room from the house so if we didn't get along I could lock everyone out. Then i got an internship and moved away again.

And now I'm back because rent is too expensive for me to even think about moving out.
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#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
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#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
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#54 - runeception (07/18/2012) [-]
The new generations wants to move out earlier now, I was 15 when I moved, dont regret it, well I just wanted to give you a heads up :P sorry for the random shit :)
#49 - I'm sure if I had enough money, I'd go toy shopping and get ex…  [+] (7 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
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#50 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i know how you feel i just moved out of my parents house and have an apartment im not good with money sometimes i would spend my paycheck on Video Games and other useless stuff and forget about the groceries
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#51 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Your own apartment at 17? Wow.
I'm living with my mother at the moment (I moved out for 6 months but had to move back)
and the government assistance I'm getting is useless but I can't find a job either -_-
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#55 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
in the state of Texas if you're 17 you can legally own an apartment if you have your parents consent, the house i used to live at is kinda small so i suggested if i should move out my dad said no at first but he said yes eventually the apartment is pretty small (which is good cause i prefer it to be small) and he helps with the rent sometimes so its not too bad i get lonely sometimes so im about to get a cat
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#56 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but you're allowed to move out and board or whatever at 16. So I moved out when i was 16 because we had to live with Mum's sister and there were too many people in one house and my mother and I weren't getting along. Mum found a house where I have a separate room from the house so if we didn't get along I could lock everyone out. Then i got an internship and moved away again.

And now I'm back because rent is too expensive for me to even think about moving out.
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#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
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#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
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#54 - runeception (07/18/2012) [-]
The new generations wants to move out earlier now, I was 15 when I moved, dont regret it, well I just wanted to give you a heads up :P sorry for the random shit :)
#46 - We probably have a lot of pointless toys too. I just don't do …  [+] (9 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
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#48 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i still toy shop i get excited when i see cool new toys which amazes my friends on how i can still do that at the age of 17
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#49 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
I'm sure if I had enough money, I'd go toy shopping and get excited over awesome toys. But I don't even go into shops I don't need to, because I'll just get depressed that I can't buy anything.
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#50 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i know how you feel i just moved out of my parents house and have an apartment im not good with money sometimes i would spend my paycheck on Video Games and other useless stuff and forget about the groceries
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#51 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Your own apartment at 17? Wow.
I'm living with my mother at the moment (I moved out for 6 months but had to move back)
and the government assistance I'm getting is useless but I can't find a job either -_-
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#55 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
in the state of Texas if you're 17 you can legally own an apartment if you have your parents consent, the house i used to live at is kinda small so i suggested if i should move out my dad said no at first but he said yes eventually the apartment is pretty small (which is good cause i prefer it to be small) and he helps with the rent sometimes so its not too bad i get lonely sometimes so im about to get a cat
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#56 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but you're allowed to move out and board or whatever at 16. So I moved out when i was 16 because we had to live with Mum's sister and there were too many people in one house and my mother and I weren't getting along. Mum found a house where I have a separate room from the house so if we didn't get along I could lock everyone out. Then i got an internship and moved away again.

And now I'm back because rent is too expensive for me to even think about moving out.
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#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
User avatar
#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
User avatar
#54 - runeception (07/18/2012) [-]
The new generations wants to move out earlier now, I was 15 when I moved, dont regret it, well I just wanted to give you a heads up :P sorry for the random shit :)
#44 - Yay for pointless toys!  [+] (11 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
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#45 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
yeah your gonna see that a lot in America
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#46 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
We probably have a lot of pointless toys too. I just don't do enough toy shopping.
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#48 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i still toy shop i get excited when i see cool new toys which amazes my friends on how i can still do that at the age of 17
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#49 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
I'm sure if I had enough money, I'd go toy shopping and get excited over awesome toys. But I don't even go into shops I don't need to, because I'll just get depressed that I can't buy anything.
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#50 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i know how you feel i just moved out of my parents house and have an apartment im not good with money sometimes i would spend my paycheck on Video Games and other useless stuff and forget about the groceries
User avatar
#51 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Your own apartment at 17? Wow.
I'm living with my mother at the moment (I moved out for 6 months but had to move back)
and the government assistance I'm getting is useless but I can't find a job either -_-
User avatar
#55 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
in the state of Texas if you're 17 you can legally own an apartment if you have your parents consent, the house i used to live at is kinda small so i suggested if i should move out my dad said no at first but he said yes eventually the apartment is pretty small (which is good cause i prefer it to be small) and he helps with the rent sometimes so its not too bad i get lonely sometimes so im about to get a cat
User avatar
#56 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but you're allowed to move out and board or whatever at 16. So I moved out when i was 16 because we had to live with Mum's sister and there were too many people in one house and my mother and I weren't getting along. Mum found a house where I have a separate room from the house so if we didn't get along I could lock everyone out. Then i got an internship and moved away again.

And now I'm back because rent is too expensive for me to even think about moving out.
User avatar
#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
User avatar
#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
User avatar
#54 - runeception (07/18/2012) [-]
The new generations wants to move out earlier now, I was 15 when I moved, dont regret it, well I just wanted to give you a heads up :P sorry for the random shit :)
#642 - Yeah we're further south though, closer to Antarctica. Austral…  [+] (7 replies) 07/18/2012 on doit, get married 0
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#722 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh so it does get pretty cold then, yeah Australia is ike a desert though.
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#723 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Only parts of it :D
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#725 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Does New Zealand get any snow? :L
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#726 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yeah, just not where I live. The South Island gets a lot because it's even closer to Antarctica, and the mountains get a fair bit.
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#798 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Ah makes sense, england never gets snow and when it does even if its like a mm the whole country shuts down
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#1577 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Well it'd be nice to get snow where I am, but we're too close to the beach, and the beach is always pretty warm here.
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#1578 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
I am fairly close to the beach well if you could call it a beach where i am, however its freezing cold and has too many old people :/
#42 - Ohh okay. So you sorta got them for the hell of it.  [+] (13 replies) 07/18/2012 on another one 0
#43 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
yeah i remember getting these as a kid for no reason, its a yo yo but they always come back to you, you cant do tricks or anything
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#44 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yay for pointless toys!
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#45 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
yeah your gonna see that a lot in America
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#46 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
We probably have a lot of pointless toys too. I just don't do enough toy shopping.
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#48 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i still toy shop i get excited when i see cool new toys which amazes my friends on how i can still do that at the age of 17
User avatar
#49 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
I'm sure if I had enough money, I'd go toy shopping and get excited over awesome toys. But I don't even go into shops I don't need to, because I'll just get depressed that I can't buy anything.
User avatar
#50 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
i know how you feel i just moved out of my parents house and have an apartment im not good with money sometimes i would spend my paycheck on Video Games and other useless stuff and forget about the groceries
User avatar
#51 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Your own apartment at 17? Wow.
I'm living with my mother at the moment (I moved out for 6 months but had to move back)
and the government assistance I'm getting is useless but I can't find a job either -_-
User avatar
#55 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
in the state of Texas if you're 17 you can legally own an apartment if you have your parents consent, the house i used to live at is kinda small so i suggested if i should move out my dad said no at first but he said yes eventually the apartment is pretty small (which is good cause i prefer it to be small) and he helps with the rent sometimes so its not too bad i get lonely sometimes so im about to get a cat
User avatar
#56 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh, in NZ you have to be 18 to sign a tenancy agreement, but you're allowed to move out and board or whatever at 16. So I moved out when i was 16 because we had to live with Mum's sister and there were too many people in one house and my mother and I weren't getting along. Mum found a house where I have a separate room from the house so if we didn't get along I could lock everyone out. Then i got an internship and moved away again.

And now I'm back because rent is too expensive for me to even think about moving out.
User avatar
#57 - hewenttojareds (07/18/2012) [-]
that kinda sucks, shit happens i guess but i understand how you feel it was pretty hard living at my apartment (like i said the loneliness) but i perfer living there then back home, me and my big sister wernt getting along so the main reason why i wanted to move out was because of her overall my biggest concern is the food because i stupidly buy other stuff while i go shopping one time i had to eat bread for 2 days
User avatar
#58 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yep, while I was on my internship I had to do my own groceries. But I'd always want to buy other things (alcohol generally) and I'd end up living on frozen pizzas and noodles.
User avatar
#54 - runeception (07/18/2012) [-]
The new generations wants to move out earlier now, I was 15 when I moved, dont regret it, well I just wanted to give you a heads up :P sorry for the random shit :)
#639 - Even though it's Winter and it's very easy to freeze various p…  [+] (9 replies) 07/18/2012 on doit, get married 0
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#640 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Aha I see, isn't New Zealand near Australia so the weather would be quite nice I guess? Its summer here and it's been raining at least 2 months solid...
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#642 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yeah we're further south though, closer to Antarctica. Australia is still fairly hot for the most part.
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#722 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Oh so it does get pretty cold then, yeah Australia is ike a desert though.
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#723 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Only parts of it :D
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#725 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Does New Zealand get any snow? :L
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#726 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Yeah, just not where I live. The South Island gets a lot because it's even closer to Antarctica, and the mountains get a fair bit.
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#798 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
Ah makes sense, england never gets snow and when it does even if its like a mm the whole country shuts down
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#1577 - dassnasty (07/18/2012) [-]
Well it'd be nice to get snow where I am, but we're too close to the beach, and the beach is always pretty warm here.
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#1578 - ChIkEnRuLe (07/18/2012) [-]
I am fairly close to the beach well if you could call it a beach where i am, however its freezing cold and has too many old people :/