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#41
Na man. Your parents are ****ed up. And your family probably has some serious issues. Decent parents don't come home drunk as hell every night and **** loudly with their children living at home, regardless of how old their children are. It's a matter of decency and respect, not "this is our house and we'll do what we want".

Talk to them, seek help, or if that fails move out and get away from them.
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#42
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Na man. Your parents are ****ed up. And your family probably has some serious issues. Decent parents don't come home drunk as hell every night and **** loudly with their children living at home, regardless of how old their children are. It's a matter of decency and respect, not "this is our house and we'll do what we want".

Talk to them, seek help, or if that fails move out and get away from them.


Well said, that's messed up
#43
You're 23 though, I can't find your excuse, and I know you typed 'difficult finacial situation'.. but I can't seem to stop reading it as 'cba to get a job'. Regardless of how unbearable your 'rents are, why would you still want to live with them at your age anyway? I'm 19 and the only reason I haven't moved out years ago is cos my mums divorced and I don't like the idea of her coming home to an empty house every day, you have a brother and parents who love the shit out of each other, shut up and get a job.
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#44
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Na man. Your parents are ****ed up. And your family probably has some serious issues. Decent parents don't come home drunk as hell every night and **** loudly with their children living at home, regardless of how old their children are. It's a matter of decency and respect, not "this is our house and we'll do what we want".

Talk to them, seek help, or if that fails move out and get away from them.

Pardon me?
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#45
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Trouble understanding what I posted?
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#46
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Trouble understanding what I posted?



If he did it's your fault, right?

Consistency and all that...
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#47
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Na man. Your parents are ****ed up. And your family probably has some serious issues. Decent parents don't come home drunk as hell every night and **** loudly with their children living at home, regardless of how old their children are. It's a matter of decency and respect, not "this is our house and we'll do what we want".

Talk to them, seek help, or if that fails move out and get away from them.

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#48
I don't see the problem here.

It's probably about time for some Father/Son bonding, if you know what I mean.

No but seriously, talk to them about it, it's not cool no matter how old you are.


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#49
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Trouble understanding what I posted?

Do you like to get loud and party and fuck?
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#50
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Do you like to get loud and party and fuck?


Not if I'm 50 or 60 and have children living at home. And I certaintly don't do it every night and do it so that my children are aware. It's ****ing disgusting and trashy man.
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#51
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Not if I'm 50 or 60 and have children living at home. And I certaintly don't do it every night and do it so that my children are aware. It's ****ing disgusting and trashy man.

But his parents don't go out every night and get drunk.
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#52
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But his parents don't go out every night and get drunk.

Only at weekends, when TS should be out getting drunk, and sleeping with skanks at the skank's house.
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#53
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Not if I'm 50 or 60 and have children living at home. And I certaintly don't do it every night and do it so that my children are aware. It's ****ing disgusting and trashy man.


What does age have to do with it?
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#54
Still on a regular basis. And still gross. "Come home at 6am and have loud sex", and "have lost all regard for my brothe and I" is what TS said. Yea, no parents at that age should be acting that way if they care about what their children and other people think about them. And if they don't care, they is most likely something off.
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#55
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'm 19 and the only reason I haven't moved out years ago is cos my mums divorced and I don't like the idea of her coming home to an empty house every day,

Sorry, I can't seem to stop reading that as "I'm too afraid to move out of my house".

Don't judge.
#56
Go out like they do but worse, play your music loud as hell when ever you want, leave poo in the toilet,.... I don't know, just take advantage of the situation I guess, if they can do it, why can't you?
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#57
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What does age have to do with it?


Age is an incredibly significant factor.
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#58
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Age is an incredibly significant factor.


I understand that's your opinion. Can you support it?

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Go out like they do but worse, play your music loud as hell when ever you want, leave poo in the toilet,.... I don't know, just take advantage of the situation I guess, if they can do it, why can't you?


Perhaps because it's their house? TS can do all of those things...once he gets his own place.
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#59
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I understand that's your opinion. Can you support it?

I can bet the reason will have something to do with "wrinkly, dusty sex is wrong and bad" or soem rubbish like that.
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#60
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Not if I'm 50 or 60 and have children living at home. And I certaintly don't do it every night and do it so that my children are aware. It's ****ing disgusting and trashy man.

Have you been 50 yet?

Oh and the "children" aren't exactly "children" anymore are they?
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#61
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I understand that's your opinion. Can you support?


Do you not see how age is a factor in this situation, just don't disagree with it being a factor, or just want me to support it for exercise's sake?
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#62
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Do you not see how age is a factor in this situation, just don't disagree with it being a factor, or just want me to support it for exercise's sake?

No I don't see how age is a factor.
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#63
ITT: Inexperienced teenagers and grumpy old farts.

I do, however, side with the grumpy old farts for this one.

Get a job, quit your bitching, and move out. If things get bad for your brother, intervene. Take some responsibility, man. You're at an age where you're supposed to do that.
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#65
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Do you not see how age is a factor in this situation, just don't disagree with it being a factor, or just want me to support it for exercise's sake?


I don't believe age should be a factor. I'm hopeful to still be sexually active for several decades to come...(no pun intended...)

I want you to try to support your opinion that the TS' parent's age is an important consideration in regard to the question at hand because I don't believe you can do so.

I appreciate your asking for clarification.
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#67
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Perhaps because it's their house? TS can do all of those things...once he gets his own place.

He might not have paid for it, but it's his home too.
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#68
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He might not have paid for it, but it's his home too.


No, it's not.

It's his 'home' only to the extent his parents consider it his, and in this instance apparently they don't consider his 'right' to NOT hear them engaging in raucous monkey sex as valid.

You seem to have the mistaken impression that one gains property rights merely by living under the roof that another provides.

Tain't so..
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#69
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He might not have paid for it, but it's his home too.

And his parents have been having boring, quiet sex for years. Now that TS is 'grown up', they should be able to get freaky as loud as they want.
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#70
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No, it's not.

It's his 'home' only to the extent his parents consider it his, and in this instance apparently they don't consider his 'right' to NOT hear them engaging in raucous monkey sex as valid.

You seem to have the mistaken impression that one gains property rights merely by living under the roof that another provides.

Tain't so..

I really meant to say that it is his home, not per say his physical paid for and legal owned piece of ground with bricks. It might not be written in a law or something (still common sense maybe), but you have some right to live in your home, it's not because a son didn't pay for the house he can't disobey his parents, let alone put his music loud.
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#71
I agree that his parents are out of order. Its a matter of respect and decency.
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#72
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I really meant to say that it is his home, not per say his physical paid for and legal owned piece of ground with bricks. It might not be written in a law or something (still common sense maybe), but you have some right to live in your home, it's not because a son didn't pay for the house he can't disobey his parents, let alone put his music loud.


I concede your right to have that as an opinion, and heartily recommend that, should you so choose, you follow that approach when you own a home and have children of your own.

But it's simply incorrect in this instance, as evidenced by his parent's actions.

TS has NO 'right' to live in said home that his parents do not grant him. He is living there entirely at their suffrage, and can be required to leave at any time.

Your opinion is immaterial to the facts at hand in this instance.
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#75
Jesus dude, if you're profile is corrected you and me are the same age 22. I have my own apartment,pay all my bills and getting married in June. Get a job, find some roomates, or your own place and stop your bitching. YOURE 22 not 12. Get the hell the over it, find a job, or stop bitching.
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#76
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I don't believe age should be a factor. I'm hopeful to still be sexually active for several decades to come...(no pun intended...)

I want you to try to support your opinion that the TS' parent's age is an important consideration in regard to the question at hand because I don't believe you can do so.

I appreciate your asking for clarification.


Um. Age is most definitely an indicator of expectations, and a suggester of other factors if those expectations aren't met. Married couples who have kids teach the kids morals/ethics/how to act. And people become more respectable and upstanding citizens, and lose their wild youthful behavior (an expectation associated with younger age) as they get older. There are far less partiers, and certainly less 6am and come home wasted partiers in the 50-60 age group than there are in TS's own age group. Furthermore, most people in the older, post-parenthood age group don't expect others of their age group to go out and party like that, much less go home to their children-filled house while plastered and engage in intercourse loudly. This is all mostly customary stuff I'm explaining right now.

Now of course, some parents, as in TS's case, simply don't meet these specific expectations. They, like in the OP, might go out and get drunk every weekend and go home and screw with their kids still living there. If this is the case, then we have to look elsewhere to discover the reason--serious family dysfunction perhaps? Marital dysfunction?
An indicator of lower socioeconomic class? etc.
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#77
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I concede your right to have that as an opinion, and heartily recommend that, should you so choose, you follow that approach when you own a home and have children of your own.

But it's simply incorrect in this instance, as evidenced by his parent's actions.

TS has NO 'right' to live in said home that his parents do not grant him. He is living there entirely at their suffrage, and can be required to leave at any time.

Your opinion is immaterial to the facts at hand in this instance.



I think you don't understand the difference between a house and a home.
#78
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Um. Age is most definitely an indicator of expectations, and a suggester of other factors if those expectations aren't met. Married couples who have kids teach the kids morals/ethics/how to act. And people become more respectable and upstanding citizens, and lose their wild youthful behavior (an expectation associated with younger age) as they get older. There are far less partiers, and certainly less 6am and come home wasted partiers in the 50-60 age group than there are in TS's own age group. Furthermore, most people in the older, post-parenthood age group don't expect others of their age group to go out and party like that, much less go home to their children-filled house while plastered and engage in intercourse loudly. This is all mostly customary stuff I'm explaining right now.

Now of course, some parents, as in TS's case, simply don't meet these specific expectations. They, like in the OP, might go out and get drunk every weekend and go home and screw with their kids still living there. If this is the case, then we have to look elsewhere to discover the reason--serious family dysfunction perhaps? Marital dysfunction?
An indicator of lower socioeconomic class? etc.

Dude, by ts profile he is 22. If his parents want have drunk sex on the weekends, then so be it. HE IS 22, a grown man.
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