Casually Explained: Moving Out

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Bronze : Damn dude, I wish I knew about the golden rule of not telling people I'm a terrorist. That would've made life a whole lot easier.

Mahir Cave : _this is the price you pay for growing up_ It's funny because you make it look like a choice

Pr0l0gue : Step 1: Invent time machine so that you can go back to when it was possible to buy a house and support a family on $14/hr with a job that you got by physically walking into a random store and asking for a handshake with the boss 2: Move out

Yes Theory : Abolutely love this channel

Sharpe Life : You dropped this the day I moved out haha!

Kyle Li : "If you're a terrorist don't say you are." Are you trying to tell us something

ChispyReddit : I moved out for university and moved back in. Still here after 4 years of shit temp and unskilled retail jobs. Fml.

GingerPale : 3:39 Nothing more real than that calendar

Emilie13love : In many Asian cultures, you usually don’t move out till you’re married because being alive is too damn expensive

Eatin Beans : “Wondering how long it would take for someone to notice if you didn’t wake up.” Damn that one hit hard

TheRemixDenuo : Finding someone to have kids with in the next 60 years is a bit ambitious don't you think?

Tom B : More like Casually Depressed.

Kokusskatz : the absolute worst is meeting people the same age as you and they have incredible well paying jobs, their own beautiful home, a car, a great relationship, countless fun activities with others and you have to repress your tears at the thought of people like that existing or you might accidentally take your toaster with you for a swim the coming evening.

Haywire5714 : People used to call me a loser because I would sit in my moms basement playing World of Warcraft all day. But now they can't say shit because I got a job and now I rent out someone elses moms basement and still play World of Warcraft as much as I can.

CultureCrash : *This is easily one of the best channels on YouTube*

agbond003 : Or... you can skip all this and go into the army... This comment was brought to you by the army ...Somebody help me...

shawn gately : My mom said I don’t have to pay rent while I’m in college...I’ve changed my major 6 times so far.

Lexicon Prime : The dark truth is living with the parents is actually optimal

Optic500 : Unfortunately in this day and age renting out a basic 1 or 2 bedroom house is too expensive for just 1 person. Todays you need at least 1 other person living with you to pay £100/ a week for rent not to mention bills and internet too, food, car insurance etc... leaving age is late 20's to early 30's now

Justin Y. : "Videos every 2 weeks" Well, we always love Quality over quantity

Visit FlagrantViolationsDotCom : ~50% of the United States can’t afford basics like food/water/shelter and ~33% can’t afford a one time $10 “hamburger incidental.” There might be some fundamental mispricings given the employment earning data especially when adjusted for education costs. Sometimes prices do have to decrease. The technology to create 4 walls and a roof has existed for more than 1000 years and there isn’t a fundamental scarcity of air space or land. Having 6 room mates to make a small apartment affordable for people with undergrad degrees is a little absurd and unnecessary.

Germán Ciliurczuk : The life changing magic of tidying up your room with nietzschean philosophy

iamsheel : I don't understand the concept of moving out that most nations have. In my country if a person doesn't have to move to another city for work or studying, he stays with his parents until he get married. If you would argue that people move out to be independent, most people here get more and more independent since the age of 15, and some become fully independent after highschool, but no one moves out if he doesn't have to.

Ho Ming Kong : @3:45 "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up Your Room with Nietzschean Philosophy" is that a Jordan Peterson reference? XD

Dank Matter : Wow, an *_upload!_* 2 months later lol

Blitzkrieg : "Moving out(of the basement)"

Just here to comment, ok, don't want any trouble : 28 and still living at home 🤷‍♂️

James Jaeger : mfw you randomly stumble upon a YT video of a popular YouTuber and the maps he uses is of your city.

meme : That Jordan Peterson reference at 3:43 lmao

Retro Fury : Well back to waiting another two months for a new video

Coleman Wolf : I just moved out and this made me feel -100% better

Laila : coming back to this sometime in the future to relate

Grayson F : I refuse to be this depressing 😂

Fox Goodman : So that's what moving out is like O_O!

Trevor Tucker : You can afford Lucky Charms? I'm jealous.

JereJK : I'm just moving out and this video was like a punch to the face. thank you.

Diana Haines : This is why I appreciate my mother and how she looks at things from others perspectives, that and I am/she is hispanic. Told me that until I am financially stable (Got myself good credit) and felt ready to leave the "nest" I could stay however long I needed. Love my mother to no end for that. Also I mention about us being hispanic because I had noticed back when I was in school that as soon as some of my friends turned 16-17 years old they were already freaking out about where to start taking thier life outside of living with thier parents and seemed terrified and anxious. My one other hispanic friend and I didn't feel this way its a cultural thing I suppose but just throwing your child to the wind expecting them to not come back is terrible to do (I feel like) because I think that doing this to a person not only makes your child feel like a burden to the parents, but forces them to do alot of things they never knew how to do and makes them feel helpless while the parents dance at home not having to worry about having another mouth to feed. Thats just an awful way to look at your kid. If your going to have children you need to be there for them and make them feel loved and supported. It comes back to you later on.

Dopamine : This is painful to anyone that still lives with their parents in their late 20's... It's like telling us that you have to climb Everest just to earn basic respect. At least that's how I see it in the US.

DragonsTea25 : If you want to avoid most of the financial issues you can join the military and have hard mixed feelings about your decision.

Dot : I moved into my new cardboard house today I'm so happy :)

ED8 : Reference from your previous land lord? No problem, i'll ask my mom. Reference from your employer? No problem, i'll write it myself. How about your previous employer? No problem, i''ll ask my dad.

Timothy Rice : 3:47 ... Check

James S : Yeah, one time I told my friends that my phones were always breaking and he said how did it break this time I told him that it got wet in the shower and he said why was it in the shower I told him that it was because I thought it was waterproof and he asked me why did you bring it in the shower and then I said I was watching YouTube, I never admitted to watching anything else but I will be honest and tell you guys it wasn't YouTube

Bob the Cat : I live alone and often think about how long it would take for people to find my body if I died 😂

DireFire112 : BRUH did you just randomly find the image of victoria bc at 0:49 or what??? lmao like and of sannich as well you literally picked my exact area of residence for this im scared

InkAndPaint 1928 : 1:34 he can't even afford a shirt....

Zurk DD : "YouTube is a stable career"

Gavin B : Honestly though, as a college student i never felt more successful than when i had a full fridge at the apartment.

Matt Spicer : Missed you casually explained!! xD

ɳɛxʋʑ ڪے : I...I think I'm ready