Casually Explained: Moving Out

Avaldati 23 juuni 2018
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  • Never have this problem if you never move out

  • I'm just gonna hang with the folks until I can buy a house. Perhaps I will inherit their house before then

  • Voluntary poverty

  • just go to a trade school and get certified with welding or something then youll get a high paying job

  • On-brand Lucky Charms? Look at rich boy over here

  • That fucking rabbit with the big smile had me laughing for a whole minute. Excellent comedic timing

  • Ahoy hoy lets get illuminated

  • This made me more depressed than expected but thank you for the useful information :)

  • Hey this isn’t Billy Joel

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  • To the people reading this comment God loves enough to allow you to repent in, order for us to be free from sin , repent and go to heaven PLEASE REPENT NOW

  • While watching I thought this video was not for me yet because I was still too young. Then I realized I am actually 20 living with my parent xD

  • Don't worry we all regret it

  • I'm 16 and I feel like a 12 year old with slightly more Algebra homework

    • Same bro, same

    • After 12 the days go bye faster

  • I’m 19 now but I still feel the same age and the way I think since I was 16....maybe more mature....DOUBT

  • It's awful. You're living at home, warm bedroom, TV on, Xbox on, Netflix account, lights on, heating on, lots of snacks. Living the dream, feeling like you have lots of money because you have a minimum wage job. Ignorant to the truth that your parents are paying the electric and rent/mortgage etc, buying most of your food. STAY AY HOME as long as you can!!!

    • @dobi 223 I guess it depends on your relationship with your parents too... If I moved out at 18 I'd have ended up back home within a year 😂

    • Moved out since I was 18 can never go back dude. May have been broke and the fridge my not have been fully stocked but the amount of freedoms you have is so worth it

  • I haven’t moved out yet but the part where two actual adults watch a young person try to write in cursive is pretty damn relatable

  • im going off grid

  • Just moved out myself 3 days ago to Vancouver, came here for some reassurance😂

  • All the weebs are not here because they are in there parents basement

  • That ending was too accurate. ;_;

  • the living alone part hit hard

  • Bro this guy is fuckin hilarious

    • Yeah idk if he uploads anymore tho

  • As someone who moved to the Quebec side of Ottawa, the sign at 1:16 hits different.

  • Thx for this video. I'm moving out tomorrow

  • Stop it, stop it please. These truth bombs physically hurt.

  • The puzzling ship secondarily zoom because tanzania obviously start besides a bite-sized trigonometry. tacky, chilly david

  • I moved out as soon as I turned 18, surprisingly I was just fine on my own and had a good paying job and worked 13 hours a day and made around 600$ to 700$ a week, I however got extremely sick and my parents already had been asking me to move back in so I did, I realized I need to live with people, I won’t eat unless I’m feeding others as well and I overwork myself, I became very underweight by accident and I already have a mountain of health issues so when I got super sick I was sent to the ER multiple times and I was sick for 3 month’s straight. Lately I’ve been super curious about others stories on moving out and what they did and all that.

  • Guess it seems scary when you're a loser.

  • 2:06 dude my headphones unplugged and this got blasted from my bedroom around 11:30 pm...i'm scared i'll find swat out of my house now

  • THis is so funny that it's scary

  • OMG no one's gonna like this comment. In 79 at 19 my girlfriend and I hitched down to Miami and cought a flight to Jamaica where I got a gig in Nagril playing jazz sax at a resort/Boston mob money laundering front called Auther's Golden Sunset. I got two offers one to tour with a reggae band and 2 for Linda and I crew on to a large Trimaran and cruise the Carribian for free neither of which we accepted because Linda missed the states and I was in love in that dumb way that only the very young are capable of; so we ended up living and working on various Land based hippie communes in and around Bloomington Indiana. I got to study jazz a bit with David Baker at IU while Linda unbeknownst to me started catting around so I hitchhiked across America eventually to Seattle where I lived through the 80s and 90s playing and teaching a bit before moving to Europe with my ex-wife then got divorced where Im playing and teaching a bit fade to black. The point of my story is life is great shit doesn't make sense but lighter you can be the more the universe loves you ☯️

  • "Are you a terrorist?" "Yes... Uhh I mean no."

  • this guy is a genius :)

  • Haha emos were right *DEATH IS THE BETTER CHOICE*

  • When I move out I want a roommate A. Cheap rent B. If I like them I’ve got a friend C. If I don’t I can annoy them and try to ruin their life

  • My favorite part then taxes go up 3:58

  • Nothing to lose but all your self-esteem lmao isn't that the most important thing tho

  • Moved out one year ago and i can confirm this message

  • My worst nightmare is moving out then having to move back in

  • "Live, laugh, LEAVE" on the doortmat xD

  • 2:05 as a Muslim, I need to thank you for this. _jk, unless😳_

  • As someone who plans on moving out as soon as im out of highschool *so like 1 year* this is AMAzing and so insightful

  • Jokes on you, I didn't move out lol.

  • I moved in and out of my parents house since I was 18. Ive been cutting out the middle man for the past two years now and am just living at home permanently. Have I saved any money? The answer is yes but is it enough to move out on my own? The answer is no.

  • 🥺😂love it

  • Who else doing a casually explained marathon right now?

  • I feel I could handle this it’s just that it will be scary living alone and I don’t want to deal with a roommate.

  • Not how i went with it but i guess for more normal people makes sense

  • Im almost 20 and just moved out recently, im not sure yet was it the right call or not, actually im not sure what would be anymore since i have felt severely depressed, anxious and lonely since i can remember it just feels like no matter what i try i fuck it up somehow and i have nothing and noone to be with, it all just feels like it would be better if i wasnt here.

  • Independence is overrated.

  • Well that was depressing

  • I am convinced that this guy went to UVIC!!!!

    • @7 ikr l am glad he is from here because now the videos are like more specific to our area 😂😂

    • i'm pretty sure i saw the uvic website in one of his videos a few years ago so i agree

  • Defuq this is how you get an apartment in the US? XDD

  • if id get asked if i had alot of loud sex id make my own checkbox titled ''Not yet'' And then tick the normal no anyway

  • Cant I just live in an rv

  • The living on your own part was tragically accurate to me

  • $1322 for all of that man I wish

  • Moved out on my own about 7 months ago and can confirm, my Mom did not do anything to prepare me at all, didn't even establish good habits like doing my own chores so thats.. still a bit of a struggle to make a habit.

  • I'm currently contemplating on moving out or to wait until the end of the year. Maybe it's a sign

  • Thank god I am Asian.

  • 1:46 Yikes.

  • bro you got me hahaha

  • I hit 35 recently and it suddenly dawned on me that my parents didn't have a fucking clue what they where doing either! Except they two kids aswell that they had to try and not let die...

  • Wait do you live in victoria? The biking videos make so much more sense now.

  • Lol the land lords girlfriend looks sexy lol

  • Have been living on my own for over a year now. 100% worth it. I could never go back and live with my parents again after I got a taste of this freedom. Anyway... My fridge and cupboards are empty.. So is my wallet... Worth it!!!! This isn't a joke btw. I would fcking starve to death if my mother didn't support me with some food every now and then.

  • Who says you’ll buy a house Just join the army and then regret your entire life because either you were in the middle of a war, hate yourself for not helping in the war, or hating yourself for joining the army.

  • man this is the process most people go through when moving out? I was in a homeless shelter after being kicked out at 16. nicer place than you'd expect but still very awful.

  • Then a massive economic downturn hits during a pandemic, you and everyone you know loses their job, some of the people you know actually freaking die, and the government is too busy jerking itself off and putting on a show to actually help, and as you and the people you know slide down into poverty and homelessness, you watch the rich make 4.3 trillion in profits by price gouging and unethical business practices over the course of 14 months.

  • OMG.... this is so good!!! =)))

  • moved out about 5 months ago. can confirm, this is 100% how it works. except one thing. my matress is white, not green.

  • being average is fucking disgusting imagine settling to live like this imagine you have only one life and you choose to do absolutely nothing but be mediocre

  • You said something about parents who happily kick you out, but how to deal with the clingy ones who can't let you go?

  • Me watching this while living in my parents house: Thank god I'm not an American

  • How did you get a plane joke in there

  • Highly suggest NOT renting, and staying with your parents until you can get a mortgage on a Villa / House with a decent job. Rent is a scam, throwing money away

  • Take it from personal experience: Do NOT move out at the age of 18 or 24. Just talk to your parent in order to come to an understanding that you will contribute to a bill or 2 while still working, doing a community school and trying to keep your area clean. I had to learn the hard way and so did my siblings.

  • " if youre a terrorist dont tell anybody "

  • Exciting? I hated, when i moved to another city to go to university. I wanted to stay home. And i moved back here, when i was done and our tennants moved out. Not even a second thought required. And i know at least two more people, who are the same, my best friend and his brother. One of them running around with a masters degree in chemistry, working at a chemistry plant in the area, the other a a car mechanic with a wife, both still living in the same house as their parents with no intentions of moving out.

  • So happy I have rich parents lol

  • I wish I'll move out after college...

  • That's a map of victoria Canada

  • First time I ever moved out, I moved to a totally new continent alone. Bad idea.

  • this honestly depressive style feels just so wholesome

  • You talk about what it's like when you move out, but not about what it's like to have a sibling move out. It just feels _wrong,_ and I just want to find someone who understands, and you're not helping.

    • did i ask?

  • Ah moving out, I left home at 18 to join the military, spent 5 months away for training before I got to go home for a few days and cram as much of my shit into my car before I moved to another state, first night in my barracks room which I was lucky enough to have a single room and my suitemate who I shared a kitchen and bathroom with was deployed I laid in my bed and realized that for the first time in my life there was not someone that I could honestly say I had met in my general vicinity to talk to and the crushing sadness rolled in.

  • I've been faking this "being a grown up" thing for 18 years. And now I see people popping into their 40's and they suddenly realize that they need to fake it too (and it looks painful).

  • i live in hawaii im 17 turning 18 and i want to get away from my toxic family already so badly but its so expensive here and jobs are hard to get.

  • I live in a small town but because we are in cottage country, and everything is either an airbnb, owned by a millionaire, or owned by a slumlord, every rentable place within a 20 minute drive of downtown costs like we live in the city. Go on Kijiji and you find shit like this: "250 square foot bachelor apartment: $1450 a month. Heat, hydro, and water not included. Internet not included. Unit unfurnished. No dishwasher in unit. No laundry in unit or building. No other appliances except for a fridge and a stove included. Must have first and last months rent up front. Must have an up to date credit check. No pets. No smoking. No yard space. No balcony. No designated parking." I am barely even exaggerating.

  • I'm gonna move out and live with my friends 😃

  • the terrorist joke is my favorite joke in life so far

  • You got me at your golden rule "If you'rr a terrorist, dont say you are" Absolutely brilliant

  • I’m gonna start saving up money now while I’m thirteen sell most of my stuff then buy some pots and fruits/vegetables and use the least electricity possible same for my other bills and bike everywhere since I won’t have to pay taxes on a bike and just try to live as cheaply as possible

  • If this were the boomer generation the prospect of moving out would be an extremely hopeful and promising one. Even if you were an average blue collar worker you could reasonably save up to buy a house and a car in your twenties without being swamped with debt. Finding a marriage partner would be far less likely to be a disappointment as well, you could reasonably expect a man to be a proper man and a woman to be a proper lady, and your marriage would be far less likely to end in divorce. Remember what they took from us.

  • I'm 19 and this sounds like shit!

  • Im moving out tomorrow and this makes me feel good

  • all the terrorists watching this video... "write that down, write that down!

  • 1:00 - come on man, everyone knows you end up in Sooke or Metchosin cause they found ‘a really sweet deal’, as they swipe their expired student card on the overcrowded #4 to complete their fine arts degree @ UVic

  • Wow all his bills are less then rent lol