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At what age did you move out of your parents house?

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Out of interest,

what age did you move out and for what reason? E.G Moving to uni, disagreements etc
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
19, i was 8 months pregnant and moved in with my partner (now ex husband, lol)
suspended#2
17-18 moved back in about 2 years ago though
#3
20, moved 200 miles away. Manchester to Glasgow
#4
17-18 rented a house with friends for the lolz X)
#5
23, bought a house with the misses
banned#6
16 moved to cornwall with a gf at the time
banned#7
i was 16. went to move in with my best friend but in the end she couldnt. so i moved my bf in. best thing i ever did (minus the bf X) )
#8
the day before I was 16, couldn't flipping wait
banned#9
18 to help my cousin with her new baby.

I moved back frequently until I left for good when I was 29 :)
1 Like #10
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)
#11
16 to join the army :)
banned#12
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)

Sounds like me in my 20's X)
#13
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)


exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)
banned#14
20 - bought house with then GF.
#15
16-no scandal or arguments involved,just wanted to do my own thing
#16
I thought you had to be 18 to move out?
#17
Month after I was 17 to go to college, back for a few months in summer before I was 18, then the following summer once I finished course I lived there for a year and a half, since then only lived there for about 10 days a month before I was 21 when contract ran out in property and only go back now for things like Christmas for a few days(cant handle my dads moaning as he likes to find fault)
#18
Im 20, graduate in the summer, and i am planning to move out next year so 21/22 when i manage to grab myself a graduate job.
#19
GentleTouch
I thought you had to be 18 to move out?


noooo waaaay oO
#20
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)


exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)


3 :(

Just looking for the right one! ;)
#21
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)
exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)
3 :( Just looking for the right one! ;)

you still living with your folks now gav?
#22
I was 18 (long story but took both my younger brothers with me) :3
#23
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)


exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)


3 :(

Just looking for the right one! ;)


brb, just packing me toothbrush
#24
missp27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)
exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)
3 :( Just looking for the right one! ;)


you still living with your folks now gav?


Yep back at hotel Lewis at the moment while I save to buy my own place, not buying with anybody else again and am sick of throwing good money away on rent. :)

Or was your question an offer!? :p
banned#25
Correct me if I'm wrong but the definition of moving out, is not returning. If I'm wrong, then I was 6 when my dad accused me of breaking my sisters finger to which I promptly sat at the end of the driveway for a few hours just out of site.
#26
GAVINLEWISHUKD
missp27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back!
exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents
3 :( Just looking for the right one! ;)
you still living with your folks now gav?
Yep back at hotel Lewis at the moment while I save to buy my own place, not buying with anybody else again and am sick of throwing good money away on rent. :)Or was your question an offer!? :p
hehe! X) why..... you asking?! 8)

i suppose you have a point, but i'd miss my independance too much, a few days at my parents at christmas is plenty long enough for me


Edited By: missp27 on Dec 29, 2010 19:42
#27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
missp27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)
exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)
3 :( Just looking for the right one! ;)


you still living with your folks now gav?


Yep back at hotel Lewis at the moment while I save to buy my own place, not buying with anybody else again and am sick of throwing good money away on rent. :)

Or was your question an offer!? :p


thats right, just overlook me, yr all the same
brb UNpacking toothbrush *hmmpf*
banned#28
aunty jane
I was 18 (long story but took both my younger brothers with me) :3

Aw that is sweet x x
banned#29
JonnyTwoToes
Correct me if I'm wrong but the definition of moving out, is not returning. If I'm wrong, then I was 6 when my dad accused me of breaking my sisters finger to which I promptly sat at the end of the driveway for a few hours just out of site.

You have to move out for at least a week :p
#30
21, bought a house with b/f..... I still miss home sometimes :( but I visit my mum about 3/4 times a week as I only live 10 mins away
#31
I think I had just turned 19, wish I stayed at home though :D it's much cheaper & easier!
#32
missp27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
missp27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Which time! lol My parents call me swing ball, as I leave but they know I'll be back! :)
exactly how many women have sent you back to yr parents X)
3 :( Just looking for the right one! ;)
you still living with your folks now gav?
Yep back at hotel Lewis at the moment while I save to buy my own place, not buying with anybody else again and am sick of throwing good money away on rent. :)Or was your question an offer!? :p

hehe! X) why..... you asking?! 8)

i suppose you have a point, but i'd miss my independance too much, a few days at my parents at christmas is plenty long enough for me


Well I work away a fair bit so not there that much and they are away lots now they are both semi-retired. They are also pretty sound for old folk. :)
#33
@moo. Your never overlooked, you only want me for sex anyway! :p
#34
GAVINLEWISHUKD
@moo. Your never overlooked, you only want me for sex anyway! :p


well what else is there? :3
#35
I was 20, and it was partly because of arguing with my mom, mainly because I was ready to go. I had a 2 year old and my partner, we were all cramped. Now have an 18 month old too and my 2 year old will be 5 in 2 days time :D
1 Like #36
Dont think ill be moving out any time soon and will look after my parents till whenever.
#37
i was 17 and it was either i left or 'mother' did in a wooden box! best thing i ever did, never went back, never wanted too.
#38
17 to move in with a bf, such a long, long time ago oO
#39
I was 17 when my partner and I got out first flat! 9 years later we're still happily together in a house with 2 kiddies!
Always tell people now that if they can stay at home do it as its soo expensive trying to run your own home!
Oh and we were sick of getting into trouble for coming home late,cant cook when we wanted etc you all know how it was!

Edited By: parisp on Dec 29, 2010 20:02
#40
michelleleemoo
GAVINLEWISHUKD
@moo. Your never overlooked, you only want me for sex anyway! :p


well what else is there? :3


*rolls eyes* one track mind! :)


bitseylango
nearly 18, such a long, long time ago oO


What 3 years ago! ;)

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