Casually Explained: Moving Out

Avaldati 23 juuni 2018
In this video I talk about how quickly your vegetables go bad when your mom isn't doing the shopping. Find me here too:
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  • wow renting a place sure is different in brazil if you got the cash, you're in

  • 2:14

  • Not true. You quickly learn to keep up the basics and then you can just live like an unsupervised adolescent till you die.

  • Lucky rent there cheap af

  • I liked this channel and then found out he's in Victoria just like me and it made it that much more relatable

  • None of this applies to you if you either get a STEM degree or decide to live in your vehicle

  • To: Nice Owners Subject: Saw the ad for your place Message: I would like to rent it please

  • "and wondering how long it would take for someone to notice if you didnt wake up" true af

  • I moved out at 19 just when i started studying. I loved it. Finances were the hardest part but the rest was fine.

  • Things that are somewhat Free and will help you save money, feel better, and keep you happy. #1 SLEEP Having a good sleep schedule is so important that the science of sleep should be taught more in school. Im not saying sleep all day im saying getting high quality sleep at night is key. Go to bed around 10 after an hour of little to no blue light from screens and wake up early even if you do not have to. #2 EXERCISE This shit is not a joke. If you want to clear your mind for the day do this in the morning. Jumping jax, planking, pushups, anything to wear yo ass out in the morning is great. If you have a physically demanding job just some light cardio is okay but if you have a desk job you need to wear yo ass out so hard sitting in that shitty chair all day feels good. This also improves sleep a lot. #3 DIET If you want the bare bones do carnivore or keto and cut out all the shit. A good diet is cheap af. Eat 1 to 2 meals a day. Fuck breakfast. Dont do it. Breakfast full of carbs just means you're going to have to take wacky dump while trying not to fart while pissing all at the same time. Not worth it. If you want some cheap ass food that is good for you just ask and i will answer but in the mean time cut out all the carbage and eat meat and veggies. Guess what. If you eat 1 or 2 meals a day and just eat meat and veggies maaaaan your sleep will get even better. #4 COLD SHOWER Throw yo bitch ass in the cold shower butt naked at 5 am for 20 minutes. Youll show up to work ready to stock the fuck out of some shelves. #5 LEARN Take an hour of your day to practice a skill. If your in college youre in luck because thats just studying. Yall have a good day and stay safe out there. You're handsome king.

  • I’m not a fan of the death joke, it was witty but it completely ruins my day when I remember oh yeah nothing matters I’ll die my children will die and the human race and The universe will die so in the long run me typing This document for school is meaningless

  • 1980

  • We don't actually move out in my country because thankfully everyone is too damn poor and affording a house of your own is like already figuring out how to win life, so most parents are understanding enough to let their kids stay "even if they grow up and are no longer kids"

  • 1:24 what is a self esteem

  • 2:00 thanks pants

  • I remember calling about a room to rent that i saw on a newspaper ad. I could afford to pay the rent they were asking on a monthly rate, when i was getting my wage. But i couldn't pay 6 month in advance like the advert said. So i told myself it couldn't hurt to ask if maybe they'll drop the 6 month advance and just get their rent at the start of the month. It was a short call because the owner just swear at me and hanged up.

  • One key word for advice for paying bills, OVERTIME !

  • Who just randomly got this recommended 2 years later?

  • Victoria eh?

  • 3 am wondering if i didn't wake up how long would it take people to notice has been in my thoughts for so long during college

  • I love the red spellcheck line under "Nice Owners" like Google saying "Not a chance, buster."

  • rabbit into chinese resturant excuse me?

  • I remember watching this video when I was 18, moving out because I just found a job. Not long after, I'm watching this video from the same place I watched it the first time. Lost my job and visa thanks to COVID. Thanks chinese people, for boiling dogs alive and eating bats.

  • For people want to skip this: Die

  • Why 1.3K dislike?

  • god this is so accurate. just got my own place and I'm gradually acquiring furniture. I'm so happy to finally get a mattress today that is bigger than a twin and has a box spring. #goals.

  • wow thanks dad

  • I like watching your vids because you keep it honest and real

  • At least you get a new companion when you move out And that is the feeling of existential crisis that you are a failure and cannot do anything

  • Life feels like a faint rat race :/

  • Of course EEclone recommendation gives this to me 3 days prior I move out

  • how is this even a THING in the US where you need a reference from your fucking employer to heighten your chances to rent a place?! your employer has nothing to do with what you rent and where you live, jesus christ. reference from past landlord? what the hell is that? are these jokes I am too middle-european to understand?

  • It's so funny how this came up in my rec. I was just thinking about what I need to so before so.

  • “Well technically it’s been 6 years and 8 months” Fuck me i am dead

  • I've lived on my own for 2 years now, and I still can't cook. But I've upgraded my PC setup don't you worry

    • @Somnorila sounds like a sad life that you are living

    • Then you're rich. If i would live on my own i would barely afford any food after rent and utilities were paid. It took some time to make my mother come to terms that i'm not moving out. Like why would i if i don't change cities? To pay the amount of an R7 cpu each month only on rent just to live in a smaller and more crappy room than the one i already had been using for so long? I'd rather save that expense and live somewhat comfortable. Get better quality shoes, can afford a decent gaming PC, any game that i want without needing to pirate and so on. Moving out is a bit overrated if odds are not in your favor when you're starting out.

  • trick question. im gonna join the army. as an officer

  • Very accurate (with roommates)

  • I’m probably late on this but I loved out at 19 and got immediately married. Both of which I had no idea what I was doing. I lost my job but a few years later we own our own home and cars, have kids, and I enjoy my semi stressful life. Learn a skill or go to college and you’ll be fine

  • I have to move out the next week :c wish me luck

    • Good luck, how’s it going?

  • Hah. We can do nothing in South Africa to stop the government from taking away our electricity.

  • im so glad i decided to end my life when i turn 18

  • well here in India, if you decide to move out, people are like he is betraying/leaving the parents alone. we are supposed to take care of parents after we become financially stable. I just want to move out and live alone but my mom wont let me. Also I'll take her with me when I buy myself a new flat.

  • Lose all your self esteem? Well, that's not hard, I do it everyday

  • his roommate is drinking corona beer.

  • wait he lives in victoria, thats like 2 hrs from me lmao. in canada

  • instructions unclear became depressed

  • Can someone explain the internet and shower joke?

  • Moving out just to move back in cuz you to old to take care of yourself it’s a revolving door..

  • thank you

  • Nekminit, your parents never looked after you anyway and u got a nice 6 figure job & living alone ended up being the exact same shit as living at home.

  • Sure, rabbit.

  • Before I watched this video, my answer to people who would ask me if I was a terrorist would always be yes. NO LONGER.

  • *me seeing a map of my hometown on youtube* 😳👁️😳👁️😳

  • Hey is moving out to college dorm the same experience?

  • The Customs form thing is actually facts. I was dying of laughter while I filled out the form

  • I have better way not to feel like shit just move into a rv

  • This video finally gave me the motivation to kill myself. Life’s not worth it

  • “Microwave noodles and lucky charms” well that hurt.

  • It's 2020 I'm watching this in Quarantine ready to move out because I'm fucking miserable being in the house with my parents the whole day...my hope got deteriorated by this video

  • Quote of the -Day- -Month- Year: If you're a terrorist, don't say you are.

  • I hate having to cook for myself.. it’s so annoying. I wish there was a pill that gave me all my nutrients.

  • but now the problem is that i DO play the drums

  • I'm 23 and probably moving out next year. Wish me luck I might need to get a second job though :/

  • are you from Vic? wuuuuuut

  • Please read: Always buy food, then alcohol. Always clean your place (and bed) Always take a bath before test your bed. Always eat before drink. Always save and buy food first. Always buy things that are easy to cook (less than 8 min). This will be nice on your first one/two years. Edit: A roommate will be nice for a couple of months I guess (never had one or will).

  • bro that map on the laptop at 0:47 is the city i live in

  • The only new feature of having your own house is that you can sleep naked in the living room

  • I live alone in a big house... and its awesome

    • If you're not walking around naked all the time then it's pointless.

  • “You have nothing to lose except all your self esteem” 😂

  • In my culture, young adults usually leave their parent's home when leaving school (college, technical degree or bachelorship/mastery/doc.). Many of my friends and family members are engaged and still live separately in their respectif parent's home, before moving out in the later year with a stable job, stable life, stable relationship and usually with plans about having kids and such. I personnally think that this way of life if much better. Most of Western's way of living for young adults is stunning, most of them living in near-poverty because ''hey, you are 18, you gotta leave now kiddo, bye', fend for yourself''. The excuse of ''it gives you autonomy and makes you taste real life and its dangers'' is bullshit. If you are responsible enough and active in life, the fact of living with your parents until you are 21-23 gives you plenty of time to taste that kind of life. The freedom to live in poverty is no freedom at all...

  • so basically, shits terrible

  • *Reading complex book with **Dictionary.com* Eh, you got me.

  • "write ur name in cursive for first time" If you don't live in a shit hole your school will teach you from when ur ten

  • You literally described me right now. Its 3am and my bed is uncovered

  • A tip for young people: Be proactive in learning about adult life! For instance, I started joining my mom when she went grocery shopping, just to form a baseline understanding of what one might need to buy and how much things cost. Also ask your parents a lot of questions! I recently had quite a lengthy conversation with my parents about house loans and how expensive of a house I might be able to afford with X salary etc.

    • @Rookie Cookie Yeah, each person's experience is different. I think a lot of people grow up hardly ever thinking about food - their parents always do the shopping and cook for them, so they're used to food practically just appearing in front of them. If you live like that, it can become quite a shock when you're suddenly faced with the task of taking care of yourself. So I'm really trying to train my boyfriend to shop and cook, he has lived most of his adult life just eating takeout food (which gets really expensive). He has been getting those Hello Fresh boxes delivered for a while, where you get recipes and pre-proportioned ingredients and stuff, which I think is a good way for him to get used to cooking and learning the basics. Eventually he'll be able to get stuff himself :)

    • @KreeZafi Well if your rich you can get people to buy it for you like a nanny I believe would buy and cook meals that's the style. Also I personally believe there is no excuse in being unable to cook my parents didn't teach me how to cook when my brother went to middle school my parents was like you guys get up early on your own and cook and cook every meal on your own you either cook or starve and like that me and my brother figure out how to cook like that and personally I think I'm a decent enough cook I can make a decent amount of things obviously harder stuff I wouldn't know and things I didn't eat like the stew you would give your daughters during puberty I am a guy in a family of two child that were sons I wouldn't know how to make that. My mom used to always tell me she started cooking when she was 8 because she was the oldest daughter the roles fell on her whenever she messed up cooking her parents would beat her cuz in poverty every food counts you can go by days without eating they came from one of the worst situations because China was still confused on what it is doing. My dad came to America unable to cook and he picked up as a chef and he worked as a chef for over 40 years so if you really can't cook you can always do a side gig as a beginner chef in a restaurant and learn I always believe your never too good for anything like cooking fixing appliances yourself and stuff. I just think stuff like cooking and buying stuff is very simple but it might be the fact I came from the traditional immigrants story.

    • @Rookie Cookie Why would being rich make you not know how to grocery shop? :P I think that just has to do with lack of experience - another contributing factor may be if you don't really know how to cook and therefore don't have a good idea of what items you may need. Like I said, my boyfriend is pretty bad at it, and when my brother moved out he kinda struggled with it too. It's one thing to just buy a bunch of premade stuff (which is what my boyfriend does, he'll just buy frozen meals and stuff like that) but if you're going to actually cook you need to have some sense of awareness of what sorts of things you need. And if you've never really participated in grocery shopping (being dragged along by your parents does not count as "participating") it's hard to know what to get. You kinda get used to just taking for granted that everything is already available at home, until the day you live alone and suddenly realize you've got no salt or flour.

    • @KreeZafi BTW if your wondering how I know they are millionaires it's because I know them to a extent they have like 20+ shop/stores and 5 nice homes easily each home cost more than a million dollars I was told that they paid for 3 of their older kids college straight out of pocket and I seen they have some nice ass cars it's hard to imagine they were immigrants too started from the bottom up. The power of speaking English in America makes a millionaire and a struggling immigrant.

    • @KreeZafi I mean I haven't seen any adult whom can't be responsible and buy food for me I buy whatever I want to eat if my kids don't want to eat whatever too bad. (Well I have meet a adult whom doesn't buy proper food but she was like a nanny and she was told to buy whatever the kids wanted to eat spoiled kids of millionaires so they ate junk food for every meal). Even my kid can properly shop except they struggle a bit due to the fact they suck at speaking Mandarin which is my fault I just never really teach em it since I'm just so use to speaking our mother tongue at home so with poor Mandarin skills of theirs they struggle a bit if they can't actually find what they needed or say the items they want in Mandarin. Tho I never teach my kids I just tell em where to go to buy my stuff so like a errand run and they picked it all up. The only reason I think someone wouldn't know was because they were sheltered or just rich

  • This is amazing😂

  • Oh wow, windows. I don't think I can afford this house.

  • 1: Lol, imagine living in Esquimalt 2: I live in Vancouver... I'll just wait till I have a good career thanks

  • Made me think about my life's choices a second time after watching this video

  • Letting other people touch your computer is pretty brave

  • why is it that his captions always default to a foreign language?

  • I’m 14 and this fills me with anxiety thanks

  • 23-year-old me is not brave enough to live by myself. I have live independently in college before. But i live in dorm and most expenses are paid by my parents. Feels very guilty.

  • Moving out in 2 weeks Wish me luck

    • How’s it going? Dead yet?

    • Good luck dude!

    • Wish you the best of luck

    • end of the year for me. good luck mate !

  • "Are you having loud sex"? WTF???!!! Where do you live? Where i'm from its you whos giving questions about the apartment, at most they ask you if you have any pets, people who would live there with you and what do you do for a living.

  • Indians dont have to move out (We r happy)

  • I love how this 2 year old video shows up at the top of my EEclone recommendations as in taking a break from looking at apartments online...

  • yeah thank you for rubbing literally every second of it all in! :D

  • "All your stuff... as in, your computer." Accurate!

    • Lmao yup i smiled so hard when he said that xD

  • I don't wanna grow up anymore D:

  • I got kicked out of home when i was 16, your analogy of throwing an egg out of a nest was depressingly accurate

  • I love how everyone is sharing their stories. We’re all different, but in the same boat. I have love for everyone here for that. There is more wisdom in this comment section than in most schools these days.

  • I am 20 and I live in Canada and I still live with my parents but I am working on getting myself to a better financial position so I can move out and become an actual adult. It won't be easy but I want it all to be worth it.

  • Laughs in Indian.

  • Why so many sam copys

  • sad

  • i think we should all fallow this new golden rule

  • And that’s why I’m going to be homeless :)

  • Google is spying on me

  • "Nothing to loose except all your self esteem" Haha