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    So I'm getting kicked out of my parents' house...

    I got into a fight with my dad last night, and told him all kinds of shit that I didn't even half mean, but whatever, he told me I have until tonight to get out.

    My friend said I could stay at her place, but she's only there for 2 more weeks. Now I need to find a place and fast. There's one place I know downtown, rent is relatively cheap. Thing is it's a 1 year lease, and I don't want to get stuck there for so long, since the floors are uneven, etc. It's sort of shoddy (but not all that bad). And yes, I've been looking at a lot of places lately with no luck. There is one sexy place for decent cost, but it's probably taken by now; and even if it isn't, it's available for July, so I really don't know where I would stay until then.

    Anyway, since I've never had to put up with this kind of stuff before, I'm just wondering what I should pack? I mean, should I pack a backpack full worth of shit? Or a suitcase? I really don't know. I don't even know the terms of the "kick out of house". My dad is weird like that. He says it, then doesn't say another word to me, and the deadline is almost up (24 hrs later). I don't even know if I can stop by my parents' house and take shit now and again from my room, etc.

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    Throw your pride into the bin and kiss up to your parents. Its better than monthly rent.
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    just go apologize to your dad
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    troll or not?
    obviosly it is but it's up to you.
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    I'm 22, not 5... Apologizing is a bit "ghey".

    Besides, I've been meaning to move out for a long time now. And home pisses me off. In general, I can't stand my family, especially my mom and sister. I don't get along with anyone at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamsterofdark
    Throw your pride into the bin and kiss up to your parents. Its better than monthly rent.
    qft

    especially if you can't bum off of a friend long enough to find a decent place. (might be a good idea to start looking for one anyway, though...)

    edit: even if you don't like living there, suck up enough to stick around till that nice/cheap place is avaliable in july, or you can find someplace. Now if you think you can find someplace in the 2 weeks or so, then more power to you.

    As for what to take, uh, clothes, computer, pretty much anything you bought for yourself. probably not furniture more than like a chair though, lol ><

    Pillow, blankets, towel, whatever you can and isn't tied down pretty much.
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    lol this happened to me too a long time ago, of course I confronted my dad and apologized and he himself admitted he was being a little too irrational. If your dad really means "get out" which I highly doubt and you've already tried apologizing, pack obviously your most important stuff to your least important (clothes, toothbrush, comp, etc.) try to fit it in a suitcase.

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    I'm usually first to wave the troll flag.

    This may be real deal.

    Well bro if you anywhere in PA, you're more than welcome to stay at my place if you need somewhere, heh.
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    Think you should stay at your friend's for awhile (since chances are that your dad's still angry with you so even apologizing to him now wouldnt do much) and at the same time try to tell your mum to persuade your dad to calm down or something, when all's good apologize to your dad dude.

    EDIT: ok so while I was posting this you posted that you dont get along well with your family nice !! -___- but anyways apologizing to your dad aint "ghey", a real man knows when to swallow his pride man well that's what I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by doomdude21
    pack obviously your most important stuff to your least important (clothes, toothbrush, comp, etc.) try to fit it in a suitcase.
    You got the order wrong. It's computer, porn mags, then the other shit like toothbrush and stuff.

    And no I'm not trolling. This is quite serious.

    The whole situation is stupid. Basically, in situations like this, my dad becomes a big baby and waits for me to apologize or whatever. Like I walked into his office today acting totally casual asking for him to sign some legal document thing, and he's like "go tell your mom to sign it".

    I thought "wow, shall I call the waambulance while I'm at it?"

    Sheesh. Anyway the thing is, my dad knows very well I'm mentally unstable (I'm on meds and in general have issues) and if he has half a brain cell, he should know I didn't mean half of what I said. I really don't see the point in apologizing, other than becoming gheyer than I am now, losing some pride, and feeding his ego.

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    hmmm from what you said, looks like both of you have issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by N!Jr
    hmmm from what you said, looks like both of you have issues
    Yea, my dad is mental too.

    I just hate my life. I want to get the fuck out of this house ASAP, but not like a 24 hr kinda thing. So fucking immature...

    You know what? I think I'm gonna go to my friend's just for tonight, and tell my mom the deal (even though I pretty much hate her too) that I'm gonna find a place ASAP, but unless she wants me going into unnecessary debt, she should tell my dad to stop being a whiny bitch about it and let me stay another month or so.

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    I think the real issue is that you're 22 and living at home. Are you going to school? Have a job? You can't do anything about your living situation until you do something with your life.
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    I live at home because the college I go to is a 10 minute drive from it. Saves a LOT of money. Unfortunately, I lost a lot of my sanity in trade.

    tbh, I'd rather be broke but sane. This is why I wanna gtfo.

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    Fair enough. I still think that if you can apologize to your dad, you should. Being 22 doesn't mean that having a good relationship with your parents is "ghey".

    But if you really want out, I'd recommend patching things up first. That way you leave on good terms but you still get out of there. Then if something doesn't work out, you can maybe live there again.
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    Vesper fuck that house. I'm in a very similar situation. Cant stand the family, everything pretty much sucks etc. Fuck it. I would not recommend bringing to many valuable things until you have your place settled down.
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    It sounds like you don't apologize much, which makes it all the more viable. That said, apologizing in such a way that it seems like you are doing it just to get him not to kick you out will make it seem insincere. If you really want them to let you stay you should apologize, get them to let you keep your stuff where it is until you find your new place whilst you stay with your friend. If things aren't completely fucked, doing so will probably make your silly argument blow over faster than the two weeks you'll need "to find a new place" and you'd be able to move back in without much hassle. If thats not the case, well at least you are in a good position to find a new place!

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    There is always the military if nothing else works. I heard it helps you mature too!
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    I know what you're going through, man. It's best to wait out for financial independence than blow off your family, IMO. Let me know how it goes. I'm still legally bonded to my parents so I can't really say.
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    ur gonna have to swollow ur pride for now and go apologize then move out when ur ready and have a place not on the go it wont work out.

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