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Old 03-22-2013, 02:45 PM   #21
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I actually almost moved back home to go to college. I'm 26 and just couldn't bring myself to do it. But the amount of money I would have saved... almost worth it. I opted to live with my brother instead lol.
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Old 03-22-2013, 02:49 PM   #22
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I remember living in grandma's basement... never had to worry about laundry, hot food on the table every day when I got home from work, my bedroom had a refrigerated wet-bar in it, and a pool table, and a warm comfy waterbed, hell, it even had a stripper pole!!!

And who wants to pay for a mortgage? Hell, I had 15k saved up before I could even blink...yikes!!

Ahh, that was the life - if not for the evolutionary psychology which drilled into me the emotionally devastating feeling that I should aspire to one day have a girlfriend - I would still be there, halfway to retirement by now...
Gotta agree with Foogy.

I'd be sitting pretty on (insert ridiculous amount of money) if only I didn't live on my own!
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Gotta agree with Foogy.

I'd be sitting pretty on (insert ridiculous amount of money) if only I didn't live on my own!
No kidding,

After college I stayed home. Arraigned with my parents to not be a freeloader and paid several of the monthly bills and bought groceries, and pitched in for any repairs or home products but good God did I save a bunch. Paid off my student loans, car, and enough that even after I moved out I had a good amount of money. Eventually it served as Down payment for the house my wife and I just bought.

back on topic. Advance the time down low and keep adding timing. do not pull till 8k rpms.
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Old 03-23-2013, 02:17 PM   #24
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OP is just jealous because his mamma don't know who his daddy is.
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:43 PM   #25
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OP is just jealous because his mamma don't know who his daddy is.
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