My gay best friend does this!
I had a similar experience living with four other guys.
i miss my mom :'(
Fucking hashtag.........This sounds really pleasant though! Freshly baked goods smell delightful.
I <3 mom
As a dude who lives at home, fuck my life, since I won't be fucking anything else so long as I live here. "Oh, you live with your parents? I have to suddenly go to the washroom!"
^isn't it funny how "I live in a nice house with my parents" is worse than "I'm living is a cell on campus, with a creepy roommate, and my bed is a cot. Also my parents paid for it". I dodn't live at home while at school, but isn't logic wonderful?Also, soon as you're living in a house/apartment this changes.
^ I guess because maybe it shows some form of maturity to be able to leave the comfort of your parent's home
^ or maybe since OP is most likely a KW resident it is more mature to live at home and save money vs. living with retarded teenagers you possibly hate in a bad environment
Hahaha this must be S.B?
I live at home with my mom in KW because it makes more sense to spend $170 for parking and $40 in gas per week than it does renting a dirty piece of shit apartment/room/cell for $500+ a month. It's logical.
My mom passed away last year of brain Cancer, now im crying. I wish she could make me banana bread :(
@12 high five to logic! I totally agree, living at home is the best... except if there are younger siblings afoot- sponge bob cuts the mind .____.
I live at home too (kitchener). It's awesome, I love staying with my family.
I'm sorry 13 :(
I live at home too. You save a ton of money, you have a nicer bed/room, your hometown friends are nearby (this is just a benefit of going to university where you live, but whatever) and you have your parents' support when you need it. Awesome.
I don't like living at home, there's no freedom to do anything and you don't have the chance to grow and become mature. Yes I know you live in a better/nicer home, you have your childhood friends around and you get actual home cooked meals but living in the same city for 17+ years gets tiring. In my situation my parents aren't allowing me to grow and stuff since I always know they'll be there to pick up after me and stuff, don't get me wrong I do appreciate the things they do for me but I wish they gave me some leeway.
I guess it all depends on your home environment, your relationship with your parent(s), and whether you have your own room or not (lol)
While it's definitely tempting to live at home since there are a ton of perks (free delicious food, car when you need it...), you'll have to move out eventually and I think it's a bad idea to delay it too much.