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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Nah, I get along with them. We have our arguments but they are little to no issue. They know that I am a person that thinks rationally and logically so they never disrespect me. They even respect me as I do most of the physical work in house (my father has lower back issues) and I am one of the very few people in family that has good educational background.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Quote Originally Posted by user97972 View Post
    I have little to no expenses at all.I have a very simple lifestyle right now, workout,code,eat,sleep. I am a very frugal person.
    There is little to no possibility to save right now as there is around %200 inflation in my country (Turkey) , prices are absolutely f'ed up. But it will turn up better in time eventually, then i will be able to save really easily .
    Ouch. 200% inflation is a nightmare. Sorry the economy's so bad there. I had no idea.

    Maybe there's someone here who's a wizard on economics. Could he do something like invest in more stable currencies like the Euro, the US dollar, or the Swiss franc? What about precious metals like gold or silver? 200 percent is a monster inflation rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    Ouch. 200% inflation is a nightmare. Sorry the economy's so bad there. I had no idea.
    200 percent is a monster inflation rate.
    Yeah, thats what happens when people elect corrupt officials because of emotions.

    Thanks man , I don't need a wizard. I plan to work remotely for EU or somewhere where I can get paid with Euro or USD. I plan to stay here but not get paid shitty money.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Quote Originally Posted by user97972 View Post
    Yeah, thats what happens when people elect corrupt officials because of emotions.

    Thanks man , I don't need a wizard. I plan to work remotely for EU or somewhere where I can get paid with Euro or USD. I plan to stay here but not get paid shitty money.
    That sounds like a great idea. I'd bet you could have a bank account online where you just keep your money in Euro or USD. The USD does have higher inflation than usual right now, but it's not anywhere near 200 percent. Not sure about the Euro.

    Two hundred percent is a nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    That sounds like a great idea. I'd bet you could have a bank account online where you just keep your money in Euro or USD. The USD does have higher inflation than usual right now, but it's not anywhere near 200 percent. Not sure about the Euro.

    Two hundred percent is a nightmare.
    You can store it in my country too. Thats not a problem. If you get paid euros,inflation is not much problem as you can own food for pretty good prices . Its pretty easy for people that live frugally and minimalistic like me if you get paid euros/dollars around here.I know because i know a lot of people that get paid Euro/USD.

    Yeah, imagine paying three times of what you pay for a food in 3 years. Just regular food. Its f'ed up.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Nothing wrong with living at home.
    I did until my early 30s then moved into my own place.

    Your parents don't mind you living there and you're happy where you're at.
    Being happy is what counts.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    "marriage is fucked"
    Very.
    And housing costs are starting to get completely ridiculous in my part of the Midwest.

    "I will have more time and money to work out, hang out with my buddies and live a happy life."
    "I just want to be happy."
    Sounds like you have got it together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    Two things:
    Save and invest!

    You're in a great situation being young and being able to work and earn with low overhead. Don't give into the temptation to buy every shiny new thing or to party a ton. You can build up a great portfolio to be able to retire in great shape.
    This is OUTSTANDING advice. ESPECIALLY since you won’t be losing half of it or more in a divorce. When I was your age, I saved; a little. Now, at age 56, I’d give my right nut to have saved more way back then and be able to retire earlier.

    I guess it doesn’t matter since my MGTOW conversion came after I already lost half. If I only knew then what I know now…..

    Main message being- you will really appreciate having the option to retire sooner rather than later when you pass 50.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Quote Originally Posted by Survivor64 View Post
    This is OUTSTANDING advice. ESPECIALLY since you won’t be losing half of it or more in a divorce. When I was your age, I saved; a little. Now, at age 56, I’d give my right nut to have saved more way back then and be able to retire earlier.

    I guess it doesn’t matter since my MGTOW conversion came after I already lost half. If I only knew then what I know now…..

    Main message being- you will really appreciate having the option to retire sooner rather than later when you pass 50.
    You were reduced by 50% only once?

    Think about the guys that went on to be reduced by 50%, in a string of reductions that left him with 5% of his original worth. They played him like and industrial mop to fund the Marry'go'round madness! Some dudes never get off until they're thrown off, lick their wounds, then hop back on again!

    As for me, I saw the insanity early on in life, just after they established "no fault divorce law", giving no accountability or penalty for divorce, thereby creating the Marry'go'round, annihilating the nuclear family and erasing all accountability for poor behavior.

    I just sat back and watched society self destruct and wanted no part of such a deadly ride that carelessly throws its passengers into the support stanchions and walls in the carousel house!
    And we're the ones hated, despised, demonized, and accused of misandry?

    Behind every man that walked away is a nice guy that died inside and arose from the dead. They confuse "hatred" with "indifference".

    Indifference is an island of safety in a shallow sea littered with shipwrecks from a war that's raged on all our adult life, we're no longer masters and commanders of this wayward society, we live independent and isolated from the tyranny, mutiny, and treason that awaits us.

    If that's a hate crime, then so is the act of thinking.
    Bundle up, boys, it's gonna be a long cold endless winter.


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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    You don't need a house to live alone, a small apartment will do. Personally, I find the freedom, privacy and autonomy of living alone worth the expense.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Think they made a movie about guys who refuse to leave their parent's house - Failure To Launch. Great comedy! Watch the trailer on youtube . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Gone View Post
    You don't need a house to live alone, a small apartment will do. Personally, I find the freedom, privacy and autonomy of living alone worth the expense.
    We have house on a village 1-2 hours away from my family. I can also move to there,scene is way better. Only disadvantage it has is its VERY CLOSE to a mosque, which makes Adhan unbearable in mornings.
    Why do we all have to wear these ridiculous ties?!

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    I personally never understood the fascination with immediately abandoning your family to live alone and struggle financially. It seems that this is a trend that arose in the 80s if anything, perhaps with overbearing parents and the continued devaluation of moral principle.

    Throughout much of the world, as well as the majority of US history, multi-generational housing is the norm. You lived with your parents, took care of them as they aged, and your children did the same for you as you aged. This is default, the current trend of moving out is an anomaly.

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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Quote Originally Posted by Whomst View Post
    Throughout much of the world, as well as the majority of US history, multi-generational housing is the norm. You lived with your parents, took care of them as they aged, and your children did the same for you as you aged. This is default, the current trend of moving out is an anomaly.
    Current trend? Really? Every American family I have ever known did not have grandparents living with them, going back decades. I had to watch the 70s TV show The Waltons to see the multi-generational thing and they were depicting the 30s. Every 18-year-old who goes off to college has moved out from their parents home. All of my siblings and I moved out when we turned 18-19. All of my aunts and uncles, born in 1920s and later, moved out. Before that, my grandmother and her brother emigrated to America, leaving their parents behind. When young women get married, they go live with their husbands rather than the husband moving in with her parents. Sorry, I am just not seeing what you're seeing. Senior living centers abound. Multi-generational is the anomaly.
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    Re: I decided that I won't move out of my parents house.

    Offhand, I think Italy is known for sons that never move out and as a result, have to drive their dates to "lovers lanes" as the old Italian mamas won't let the sons bring their dates home for action. For a comedic look at this phenomenon, see the "Failure To Launch" trailer on Youtube . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Current trend? Really? Every American family I have ever known did not have grandparents living with them, going back decades. I had to watch the 70s TV show The Waltons to see the multi-generational thing and they were depicting the 30s. Every 18-year-old who goes off to college has moved out from their parents home. All of my siblings and I moved out when we turned 18-19. All of my aunts and uncles, born in 1920s and later, moved out. Before that, my grandmother and her brother emigrated to America, leaving their parents behind. When young women get married, they go live with their husbands rather than the husband moving in with her parents. Sorry, I am just not seeing what you're seeing. Senior living centers abound. Multi-generational is the anomaly.


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