Why is everyone broke and living with their parents? What are they spending their money on? Posted on May 19, 2023 by Anonymous Why is everyone broke and living with their parents? What are they spending their money on?
demoralisation kike post go stretch your foreskin back
tfw rich and living with parents
OP do you like to fart
Just went to a farm store I've been driving by for months, I thought I could get eggs/raw milk but they only sold wellness shit and weed.
>tfw broke and living by myself
I wish my parents could afford to put me up, my mum’s flat is smaller than mine and I don’t think my dad’s girlfriend would approve of me moving in aged 34.
shack up with someone.
The two types of men are either saving money or living paycheck to paycheck living frivolously like the guy in your pic. Women mostly all fall into the latter group. That's my guess anyways.
huh, i better make a budget and cut down on dumb shit
Hope this isn't real kek
oh it is real. that individual is aware of the shit they're subscribed to. I would wager than most would have direct debit set up with their cards and wouldn't even be aware of half the shit they're paying for.
>living with parents
Yes. Because I now know what freedom feels like. I have money. I have my fiancé. And I have a roof over my head, free of charge. I also have a full time job that pays generously, but at the same time that job doesn’t feel like a prison, I can quit any time I want with ending up homeless and starving. Stress is not a word that has any meaning in my life anymore.
Is it a cage if im free to leave with absolutely zero consequences whenever I want? No. I simply make money. Go home and spend time with my family, go to sleep with my fiancé, and wake up and do it again. And with living with my parents, im free to stop at any point if I get sick of it. The money is spent on living my life, vacations, fine dining, new experiences… instead of just surviving until the next round of bills are due. Having well off and loving parents is the ultimate “make it” play in life.
T. 18 year old working in supermarket
they spend unbelievable amounts of money on doordash, have every streaming service, a car payment that is out of their budget to look like they have their shit together, eat out more frequently and at a MUCH higher cost than past generations etc.
its very easy to part with your money these days if you take the easy road everywhere. Especially since inflation has outpaced wage increases, those entering the labor force are fighting a steep uphill battle to reach financial independence. We live in a world of convenience but it isn't cheap. Not to mention the constant pressure through social media to "keep up with the joneses" and the consumerist attitude of our society as a whole these days.
btw this isn't making excuses for them, at the end of the day its not only their fault but their decision to also just give up on their independence, im just outlining what got them to the point that they'd want to
I make 130k a year and just bought my own house.
I make 130k a year and live with my parents.
got ya beat
tfw 6 figs and living with parents
I only just decided to spend a bit of money on pleasure goods after 7 months of nothing but saving (<$300/month including gas and public transport)