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 No.16592

So I'm about to be homeless and I've been a NEET for 8 years. My parents owe me $500 dollars that they stole from me before and as soon as they pay me I have to leave.

Has anyone else ever been in a similar situation? What did you do? Surprisingly I'm not all that worried. I want to hear your stories.

 No.16593

>>16592
How'd they steal money from you if you were a NEET? Haven't been in this situation, personally. But curious.

 No.16594

>>16593
I turned 18 in 2015 and my parents tricked my grandparents into thinking I graduated high school. My grandparents apparently send $700 to each grandkid that graduated. They stole most of the money before I got it.

 No.16595

You could tell them you will tell your grand parents unless they pay you maybe? Either way that sucks man

 No.16596

Your parents don't owe you anything. They don't technically have legal custody over you any more, but they raised you from infancy. They probably didn't 'steal' it unless they're dope feens or just cruel. They probably the money it to pay off debt or settle some finances. You cost hundreds of times more money to raise for eighteen years. Sometimes you just have to cut it off to a loss, be glad you got $200 for free, and never hold it over your parents as if they're indebted to you.
Why do you have to leave? At least finish high school first. It might be a harsh environment, I know, but even a GED will get you far with entry-level jobs. Relative to doing call service or fast food if you drop out, a high school diploma or equivalent will help you work into a career and increase your social assistance. If your parents are kicking you out, there are all sorts of charity organizations that help kids like yourself succeed. Your local YMCA will probably give you free boarding and food as long as you do a little work and attend school.

Feel free to get some stuff off your back, anon. This'll all blow over.

 No.16597

>>16596
Do you give your parents all your income? After all, it's very expensive to raise a child. It shouldn't be a big deal as long as they use the money to make payments on their credit card debt. You should be a slave to your parents forever as they've been generous enough to bring you into this world regardless of your personal opinion.

 No.16598

>>16597
I never said anything about forfeiting all of your assets and becoming their indentured slave for the rest of your life. You're blowing it out of proportion.
Your parents aren't liquidating your possessions or tying you to a radiator to save on heating. They just needed a little bit of money to make ends meet, they were initially probably as ashamed of taking it as you are angry at them. You were living under their roof and eating their food for the past eighteen years. Turn a blind eye to it just this once, don't burn whatever bridges you have left with your parents for $500.

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>>16597
>Forever
Nah, just for 18 years to pay it all back.

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>>16596
I never really cared about the money honestly. I'm just getting it back so I'm not homeless with no money at all. I really just fucking hate them for what they do. I believe I posted a story about what they've done before right here on /n/ (https://uboachan.net/n/res/13725.html#13934). Recently they've started putting bills into my name without telling me… there are many things they've done that fucking enrage me. And they know how much I hate them. They aren't kicking me out just yest but if I stick around I will most likely end up fighting my dad.

Basically I'm just going to pick a direction as start walking. I don't want to be anywhere near them. I'm sure it'll work out.

 No.16601

My mother managed to raise me, teach me right from wrong, be fair, and encourage me to learn to care for myself all with over 10k in credit card debt. It's not you, it's them. I'd encourage anyone whose parents are stealing from them, cheating them, and committing fraud using their name to throw them to the fucking wolves.

If you're an adult, you don't necessarily owe your parents anything. They did their duty in raising you as required by law, and you can just as easily use the law to destroy them if they're being unjust.

You can certainly choose a direction and walk and leave your life behind, or you can be cunning and make them owe you everything.

Personally I think that >>16597 is a poisonous and self-destructive line of thinking.

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>>16597
Sooner or later, your parents wouldn't really need the money other than for paying for their food, bills, and medicinal needs, which are all pretty much important. Some parents will get retirement pay which may be big or small depending on how big they made it during their working days. There's also the factor of possibly owning investments such as a small business or being a shareholder. Again depends on how big they were able to make it.

From my experience watching how my parents treated my grandparents, its more of an act of kindness and gratitude than debt. My grandparents weren't exactly demanding my parents fork over their income.

But you know, this is just my PoV, can't really say much since I've only seen that little of this big world.

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i heard getting a 24 hour gym membership is smart so you can shower and keep things in a locker.

 No.16604

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OP here. I told them off and I'm getting my money tomorrow… so I'm homeless tomorrow.

So that's how it is.

 No.16605

>>16604
$500 won't last you a week in the real world, enjoy your reality check buddy.

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 No.16607

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>>16604
We come here, gathered today on the dark corners of the internet, a series of tubes, under seisatsu's snow, to remember OP.

OP was just a poor NEET, brought to this world under the premise of living a life to fulfill his role in the reincarnation cycle and get one step closer to the long desired Nirvana. The karma he had to face during this life was an existence filled with null days full of emptiness, as descried in his posts, and he almost succeeded there were most creatures, tied to worldly matters, can't. But, although OP bravely managed to live humbly and without asking much for most of his life, in his last days he decided to walk the path we, as non-illuminated humans, have to step on at least once in our long cycle to Buddha. With only 500 bucks in his hands he faced his destiny and looked straight into its eyes. Then he started to walk step by step into his future, and the gears of destiny thus once again started to work on him, leading his being even deeper into the eternal cycle of reincarnation.

OP shall be remembered from this day onward as a true hero, and he shall not be forgotten. Ever. For he was destined to cleanse his own karma by his own actions, and learn all the ways of life before finally reaching the enlightenment. No act ever performed by this man is thereby futile, because all the ways are meant to lead us closer to perfection.

I am no one. I am nothing. And as nothing, I shall acknowledge your efforts in this life. That's why I took the liberty to choose a funeral song for you, as a reminder that we will meet again in this perpetual spinning wheel we call life. I hope you enjoy it. https://my.mixtape.moe/olwish.mp3

May OP rest in peace.

 No.16608

>>16607
Your song sucks.

 No.16609

>>16608
Then I have something more appropriate for you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ovk8zXe1Sc

 No.16613

>>16607
Amen.



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