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Apartments Rick 14/06/08(Sun)05:04 No. 2118 ID: 8c4b00
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Is living in an apartment worth it? I am going to college close to home and currently living there. However I am getting a degree in a job that's not too generous in pay but I still enjoy it and can do it from home. I don't really need a huge house, only video games and a little something for recreation. But since I usually keep to myself, am not messy, and am quiet then would you reccomend living in an apartment? They are cheap and seem to be nice, but if anyone has lived in one, would you reccomend it?


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Modern Mom 14/06/08(Sun)06:17 No. 2119 ID: a9a501

>>2118
They are usually pretty expensive except for shithole ones in the hood. You'll probably have some room mates to help cut down the cost and it will suck because they will take your shit or do other annoying things.

I'd live at home as long as possible although the freedom is good of living on your own too


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Modern Mom 14/06/08(Sun)16:38 No. 2120 ID: 872369

Rent is the biggest single expense for poor fucks like me


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Modern Mom 14/06/09(Mon)09:09 No. 2121 ID: a0c6c4

>>2118
If you can live at home, then you should live at home. There's no reason to move out unless you need to move to a different locale, have money to burn, or you're starting your own family.


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Modern Mom 17/05/05(Fri)13:38 No. 3012 ID: 21de63

>>2118
If it's close to your home. Then don't be in a rush to move out and save up your money for something good and be in a better situation after college.



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