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  • Melissa Joras
    Melissa JorasMánuði síðan

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  • 洩矢諏訪子
    洩矢諏訪子Mánuði síðan

    I'm 28 living with parent and have no job.

  • The Cold Poet
    The Cold PoetMánuði síðan

    Costa’s eyes look like he’s been day drinking and snorting dope. But it’s not Tuesday, and I thought he only does that on Tuesday.

  • Jiwanjot Guron
    Jiwanjot GuronMánuði síðan

    #NoFarmersNoFood. The largest protest in History is happening right now yet the media are not reporting on it.

  • Scifisam
    ScifisamMánuði síðan

    I lived with my parents until I was 27 (finally got a job that I could afford rent on), I still go home every weekend (do laundry and watch their cats for them). I follow one rule, and they let me come down/stay whenever I want: Before I leave, I remove any sign that I was there (When I lived there, the rule was to keep every sign of my presence out of the common rooms. Clutter in my personal room only.) That's my best tip.

  • kiyu -_-
    kiyu -_-Mánuði síðan

    ...yeah that would be me.

  • Ted M
    Ted MMánuði síðan

    I'm sure many guys and girls would let you move in.

  • Mike Young
    Mike YoungMánuði síðan

    I lived in a seniors apartment building for a few months (which caused some intense depression at the time) where people basically have been abandoned by family. It's not a happy place. Monthly visits (some received none) do not make up for being excluded from family. Many living like this have no families so when you move your parents into these situations it's already a place of sadness. Many are sick or suffering from breathing issues of which many conditions would be eased if their lives weren't ones of endless loneliness. Please do not exclude parents from being and living with family unless absolutely necessary.

  • Adieu
    AdieuMánuði síðan

    Dude, headphones and staggered schedules... the only way to survive quarantine in multi-generational families is to be asleep for most of the time others are awake

  • DRGH DRGH
    DRGH DRGHMánuði síðan

    Omg my dad gave me $50 bucks. He told me to get dinner with a friend. Hahahaha.

  • Alex Lee

    Alex Lee

    29 dögum síðan

    nice

  • kelly O
    kelly OMánuði síðan

    That painting of Kosta in the background 👍👍👏👏

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMERMánuði síðan

    I already live with my mom. Mainly cuz I had an unnecessary dispute with my grandma which did escalate to police being called and no I didn't aggress on her she punched and fought me first. True story bro

  • Phony Nony
    Phony NonyMánuði síðan

    😂😂😭

  • Willem Mevius
    Willem MeviusMánuði síðan

    Michael has been replaced with a rcyborg. Just check his eyes!

  • Lash LaRue
    Lash LaRueMánuði síðan

    37 here, living at home with Auntie! But my 44 year old cousin is here too, so it’s nice man I’m tellin’ you!

  • lbednaz
    lbednazMánuði síðan

    As the parent of adult children at home, I am wearing ear buds after dinner every night!! I don't want to hear the couples fighting or making up!!

  • Becca
    BeccaMánuði síðan

    Jokes on you, I’m 29 and had to move back when I was 25. Ayoooooo.

  • Jewel ofthenile
    Jewel ofthenileMánuði síðan

    He looks like Charlie Puth

  • Tahtahme's Diary
    Tahtahme's DiaryMánuði síðan

    I wish I or my husbands had parents to "move back in" with.

  • Jenna C

    Jenna C

    Mánuði síðan

    @Eric Minch 😂

  • Eric Minch

    Eric Minch

    Mánuði síðan

    Surely at least ONE of your husbands has parents, don't they?

  • Paul Wright
    Paul WrightMánuði síðan

    www.marketwatch.com/story/this-is-the-age-when-it-officially-becomes-too-embarrassing-to-live-with-your-parents-2019-06-04 Apparently, he hit the nail on the head. 28 is the magic age when you absolutely NEED to leave home.

  • •Kind Soul•
    •Kind Soul•Mánuði síðan

    0:56 That doesn't work with Africans or Asians.😂

  • agiar2000
    agiar2000Mánuði síðan

    This reminds me of Ninja Sex Party's "Welcome to my Parents' House".

  • robert garza
    robert garzaMánuði síðan

    The bent cheese unexplainably stroke because skill morphologically enjoy mid a ill-informed weasel. amuck, accurate cod

  • Callie Masters
    Callie MastersMánuði síðan

    Ain't no shame in eating at 4pm... unless it's your breakfast.

  • Lash LaRue

    Lash LaRue

    Mánuði síðan

    @Callie Masters Uh ... so, 1.) there are way, way more guys on my shift than just “three”; 2.) I have been a night owl my whole adult life, and I prefer to stay up until 4:00 and sleep until 11:00. What you say is not universally true.

  • Callie Masters

    Callie Masters

    Mánuði síðan

    Nobody works the night shift except like 3 guys, and even they try to stay up all day too.

  • Lash LaRue

    Lash LaRue

    Mánuði síðan

    But what if you work the night shift? 😕

  • Christel Headington
    Christel HeadingtonMánuði síðan

    Moved out at 19....shit happened, moved back in at 22...blah blah blah....moved out at 25.....stuff happened, moved back in at 30..... met he who would be my husband, moved out at 40 married at 42......widowed at 62...parents are gone their house sold...at 74 trying to live long enough to pay off the mortgage.

  • Mya
    MyaMánuði síðan

    Turning 18 during COVID is like the psychological equivalent of being all dressed up with nowhere to go. Like, physically I’m just a former baby trying to get by, but emotionally, I’m stuck in an elegant ball gown because the zipper broke and now I’m just living in it. My body is sitting in zoom community college, but in my mind I’m wiping Cheeto dust on fine silk and vaguely wondering if that’s problematic.

  • Lash LaRue

    Lash LaRue

    Mánuði síðan

    I’m so sorry, 😂😭😂 but this post is hilarious. I feel your pain! If it makes you feel any better, literally nobody older than you knows any better than you do; we’re all just stumbling through this weird pandemic and faking like we’re not completely mystified by it all. You’ve got time though! It will be ok one day, pandemics have been around since the first Jeebis Fish crawled out of the cave where the dinosaurs and cavemen were smoking the hookah together.

  • Just me, myself and I

    Just me, myself and I

    Mánuði síðan

    😂That is an amazingly accurate description

  • Pamela Bronson

    Pamela Bronson

    Mánuði síðan

    If you get a prom or bride's maid dress from Goodwill you can have the best of both without having to compromise.

  • Hector Abcdefg
    Hector AbcdefgMánuði síðan

    I didn’t think about this idea but i will consider it

  • Richie Manchi
    Richie ManchiMánuði síðan

    This dude is a fool with this 1...lol

  • Bernadette Bailey
    Bernadette BaileyMánuði síðan

    Rents are SO HIGH, EVERY family member should be bunking up! It shouldn't be a problem - shelter, heat, water, electricity, food, Internet -- Just CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR OWN DAMN SELF, and you should have a PEACEFUL HOUSE.

  • zirak93 - 2
    zirak93 - 2Mánuði síðan

    Got to love Michael Kosta. I flipped at the "banging your mom" part. LOL. And this video is the most relatable video of the entire channel. :P

  • Brent goff
    Brent goffMánuði síðan

    Vaccine orgies

  • TruePHYSX
    TruePHYSXMánuði síðan

    My partner and I literally just made this decision like 3 weeks ago lol

  • sanjuansteve
    sanjuansteveMánuði síðan

    My entire family are American Republicans (radicalized bigots). I can't even speak to them.

  • Mimi B

    Mimi B

    Mánuði síðan

    I'm sorry to hear that. Maybe they can change?

  • Just me, myself and I

    Just me, myself and I

    Mánuði síðan

    Nah... Don't do that. My fam is the same, but it think it's important to realize that at the end of the day we're all human. With human failings and fears. I personally steer away from politics when I'm around them... Staying firm with your own beliefs but not intruding on theirs is a good start. It can be hard, but it's usually worth it.

  • Luke
    LukeMánuði síðan

    Christ. Scrolling through all the bad life decisions in this comments section is depressing. Get it together, people

  • Adieu

    Adieu

    Mánuði síðan

    People who make good life decisions do NOT comment on youtube. Ever.

  • RussianSpy
    RussianSpyMánuði síðan

    America is a lil strange. Here, if you’re not married yet or working out of state, it’s normal to live with your parents. You help out with the bills, and invest and save up the rest. Then when you’re fully financially stable, you can go. Living hand to mouth and paying a lot for rent is crazy.

  • onikin

    onikin

    Mánuði síðan

    @RussianSpy it is cultural. But it was also American culture before the 20th century. Of course if you're wealthy, it didn't matter which of the three family mansions you lived at. No stigma there ;)

  • Mimi B

    Mimi B

    Mánuði síðan

    True. It's a very american thing to expect to move out the second you are 18. I don't know any other country who does it.

  • RussianSpy

    RussianSpy

    Mánuði síðan

    @onikin I think it’s also cultural- there are many families outside of the US that are wealthy, new money as well as generational wealth- but still stay with the parents. Leaving the moment you turn 18 and not when you are starting a family/ or have actual reason to do so ( a job that is far, studying overseas, etc) is not favourable. It’s a sign of disrespect, that you are eager to abandon your responsibilities as a son/daughter.

  • onikin

    onikin

    Mánuði síðan

    It comes from a time when most families were becoming increasingly wealthy, marriage happened young, and there was a lot of job security and financial stability once out of school. A lot of countries outside the USA did not have this experience of massive increases in wealth. How we are shifting to living now is how most lived in the early 20th century America. Multigenerational Households. It is again the situation of the early 21st century. But society takes time to adjust to changing realities... The culture of the nuclear family and bachelor pad, cir. 1940-2010, RIP.

  • 323 2jz
    323 2jzMánuði síðan

    If you dont ask them for anything, pay rent, have your own business, take care of your parents, live in the back house its all good. If your lazy, ask parents for everything, dont have a job... then theres something wrong.

  • Pamela Bronson

    Pamela Bronson

    Mánuði síðan

    Preach it! My son (17) and I (40) moved back in with my parents after they retired. We all pitch in with work and bills. It has allowed all of us to stay safe in the long run.

  • STILL
    STILLMánuði síðan

    One doesn't own emotion, and when one is owned by emotion, it's a reflection of one's belief that one owns them♥️

  • SailorMoon
    SailorMoonMánuði síðan

    LOL...

  • Tamara Smith
    Tamara SmithMánuði síðan

    😂 take that $5

  • MFBloosh
    MFBlooshMánuði síðan

    Yeah mom, make coffee... I felt that.

  • Rayof Thoth24
    Rayof Thoth24Mánuði síðan

    Cocaine is a hell of a drug!

  • Wick John
    Wick JohnMánuði síðan

    As an Asian most of the points were relatable except yelling back at dad .......( no matter what age you are....you will be beaten down for that one)

  • CCP Virus

    CCP Virus

    Mánuði síðan

    Most Indians do live with their parents...Now a days things are changing as people are following foreign culture and also started to value money more than the peaceful life itself!

  • ClosedShop

    ClosedShop

    Mánuði síðan

    Which is illegal and call the police.

  • Mimi Jester

    Mimi Jester

    Mánuði síðan

    For real though

  • Graciela Saenz
    Graciela SaenzMánuði síðan

    Lol I hate you.. your not my Dad. Lol confused AY Silly works. Love a mom energy ❤️

  • Der Glückliche
    Der GlücklicheMánuði síðan

    I'd slit my wrists first.

  • TheOnlyOne WithGum
    TheOnlyOne WithGumMánuði síðan

    Is it just me or is Michael Kosta sexy af??

  • Callie Masters

    Callie Masters

    Mánuði síðan

    It's just you.

  • ClosedShop

    ClosedShop

    Mánuði síðan

    depends *no homo

  • maryavatar
    maryavatarMánuði síðan

    There’s definitely more guys living with their parents than women. Which is odd, since there is way more stigma attached to it if you’re a guy. And yes, my 26 year old son still lives with us, while both his (younger) sisters have their own places.

  • Adieu

    Adieu

    Mánuði síðan

    @Fairy7 princess yeah we WISH... not really how it goes.

  • Fairy7 princess

    Fairy7 princess

    Mánuði síðan

    @Nephron Pie Yeah I agree. There is definitely more emotional connection between fathers and daughters.

  • Nephron Pie

    Nephron Pie

    Mánuði síðan

    @Fairy7 princess your comment would resonate with my sister. But as a male I do feel there is less emotional exchange between fathers and sons, and hence some love lost. Not so between fathers and daughters.

  • Fairy7 princess

    Fairy7 princess

    Mánuði síðan

    Personally speaking, my motivation to move out as a woman is to live with freedom and not get constantly taunted about how I'm not a perfect woman. Men aren't moving out coz mommy doesn't make him do shit and daddy thinks he's the best thing ever.

  • maryavatar

    maryavatar

    Mánuði síðan

    @Just me, myself and I The older one moved in with her partner, and the younger one chose a university which was too far away for her to easily commute. They both now have jobs which make them able to support themselves. My son is a programmer and works from home - he could afford to move out, but doesn’t really have any motivation to leave.

  • Clint Barton
    Clint BartonMánuði síðan

    As Michael B Jordan once said, I don't live with my parents. They live with me.

  • CaraRowen

    CaraRowen

    Mánuði síðan

    @Mimi B no, it's not the same thing. He bought the house, it's is his house so they live with him in his house. This is how English works. If it were their house, he'd live with them. Also armie hammer is a terrible Clint FC because no way he's pulling any 250lbs tension. I mean honestly.

  • Clint Barton

    Clint Barton

    Mánuði síðan

    @Mimi B whose being disrespectful?

  • Mimi B

    Mimi B

    Mánuði síðan

    It's the same damn thing. Just cuz you make more money, there's no need to be disrespectful.

  • Mike Bee
    Mike BeeMánuði síðan

    Not funny at all

  • Akinkunmi Mary Temitope

    Akinkunmi Mary Temitope

    Mánuði síðan

    What, dude can find humor in a situation that seems, I don't know, dire?

  • EG #Luxshawty
    EG #LuxshawtyMánuði síðan

    Loving it. You killed it bro😂

  • Noelle With an E
    Noelle With an EMánuði síðan

    29 living w parents. Homelessness is more prevalent than we realize.

  • Krystal Roney

    Krystal Roney

    Mánuði síðan

    Also 29 and back at my parents house.... i hate it but it can be nice every 1st of the month lol

  • zirak93 - 2

    zirak93 - 2

    Mánuði síðan

    @Jo Spinner Personally, I think Bernie Sanders was the best presidential candidate who would work for the best of all American people, not the 1 % at the top. From what I have seen of him, he wants a system pretty similar to what we have here in Scandinavia. I found it quite sad to see how many voted for Mr. Dump and how Mr. Sanders got such little support. Nevertheless, I am glad that Mr. Biden won the election, and I agree with you that he will try to start to solve the problems in the U.S. Thank you very much for your kind words. I also wish the best for you and your family. Stay safe and take care.

  • Jo Spinner

    Jo Spinner

    Mánuði síðan

    @zirak93 - 2 Yeah, there are many systemic social problems in the US that have crept up on us so gradually that people are suddenly shocked at how far behind the rest of the world we're starting to fall. Many of us here in the US envy a lot of the aspects of your functional government. Biden's not my favorite, but I do think he'll be able to start repairing some of the country's problems. I hope you and your family stay safe through the remainder of the pandemic!

  • Butters Stotch

    Butters Stotch

    Mánuði síðan

    27, and I’ll be 30-32 when I move out.

  • zirak93 - 2

    zirak93 - 2

    Mánuði síðan

    ​@Jo Spinner It's fascinating to hear such stories between the U.S. and Europe. Sadly it shows how different they are. I don't know much about the rest of Europe, but just hearing your story tells me how many problems there are in the U.S. True enough, we have problems of our own, but it's not so bad a young man/woman can't move out and live on their own without facing such big problems. Here in Norway, you have to pay a small fee each term for your education. In other words, education is pretty much free, which is really great. So, if you have a part-time job + support you as a student from can the government, you should be able to manage. But we pray for you guys. Hopefully, the conditions will be better. At least you have gotten rid of Mr. Dump next year, which is a huge victory in itself.

  • Tunde Ballack
    Tunde BallackMánuði síðan

    It's nice man, i'm telling you

  • Rob Liston
    Rob ListonMánuði síðan

    Michael Kosta, are you still living with your parents? Not that there's anything is wrong with that. 😂

  • Basti Pear
    Basti PearMánuði síðan

    This picture in the background

  • Carlyne Sainphor
    Carlyne SainphorMánuði síðan

    That picture in the background is the best!

  • Wesly Z
    Wesly ZMánuði síðan

    If I bury them in the wall, am I still living with them?

  • Pamela Bronson

    Pamela Bronson

    Mánuði síðan

    Read the both "The Tell Tale Heart" & "Black Cat" by Edgar Allen Poe and get a touch of insight.

  • Edmond Dantes

    Edmond Dantes

    Mánuði síðan

    Only if they’re living when you do it.

  • Osaogie Elaiho
    Osaogie ElaihoMánuði síðan

    Me as a black kid: I wish I could stay with you when I grow up, mom. Life: wish granted

  • Suffering From Mood Poisoning

    Suffering From Mood Poisoning

    Mánuði síðan

    Same 😂

  • mori1bund

    mori1bund

    Mánuði síðan

    Be careful what you wish for 😂🤣

  • April Chow-chee

    April Chow-chee

    Mánuði síðan

    Lmao

  • angelidia
    angelidiaMánuði síðan

    Been living with my parents all my life. By the time I turned 18 and realized that living expenses is fucking expensive where I live, I decided that maybe living with my parents isn't so bad after all.

  • onikin

    onikin

    Mánuði síðan

    @Rat_ the_Chunk and they often reap the consequences of that when they get too sick or old to take care of themselves

  • angelidia

    angelidia

    Mánuði síðan

    @April Chow-chee Why would I do that? Getting married and having children is like adding more expenses into my already limited budget.

  • April Chow-chee

    April Chow-chee

    Mánuði síðan

    Don't ever get married or have kids and bring them into that

  • Rat_ the_Chunk

    Rat_ the_Chunk

    Mánuði síðan

    @Mike Lopez srsly so many parents kick their own kids out

  • Nicolas Morley
    Nicolas MorleyMánuði síðan

    hello

  • Edel O'Brien

    Edel O'Brien

    Mánuði síðan

    hello

  • Ashish Kashyap
    Ashish KashyapMánuði síðan

    1:00 i know from experience that the worst thing a father can do is REALLY bad

  • vasi wasi
    vasi wasiMánuði síðan

    what kind of plant is that

  • Dace in Mountains

    Dace in Mountains

    Mánuði síðan

    @vasi wasi Avocados seem to be a very hard plant to grow. I haven't met anyone that's been successful with them.

  • vasi wasi

    vasi wasi

    Mánuði síðan

    @Dace in Mountains i was growing some mangos and avocados. the avocados got a little dry or something, not sure if its the cold or all the bugs that were eating them.

  • Dace in Mountains

    Dace in Mountains

    Mánuði síðan

    @vasi wasi Yes, it's related to them: it is a succulent. Can get by with little watering, and thrives in both a lot of light or just a little light.

  • vasi wasi

    vasi wasi

    Mánuði síðan

    @Dace in Mountains looks like a cactus

  • Dace in Mountains

    Dace in Mountains

    Mánuði síðan

    It's called a snake plant. Very easy to care for-perfect for a bachelor. :)

  • Kay2Jay
    Kay2JayMánuði síðan

    Moving back in? California's housing prices are so impossible I've never left... no choice.

  • Adieu

    Adieu

    Mánuði síðan

    Pretty much

  • Carlyne Sainphor

    Carlyne Sainphor

    Mánuði síðan

    Same in NYC

  • mm12345777

    mm12345777

    Mánuði síðan

    And don't let anyone make you feel bad about that

  • N Medics

    N Medics

    Mánuði síðan

    issofts.info/video/v-deo/hZ-GqoWRoKqzsaQ fascinating facts

  • Medusa Gorgon

    Medusa Gorgon

    Mánuði síðan

    :(

  • Tyler Hackner
    Tyler HacknerMánuði síðan

    As an 18 year old living with my parents, this is accurate lol

  • Mimi B

    Mimi B

    Mánuði síðan

    You aren't meant to have your own place at 18. How would you afford it? Doesn't count if your parents pay, lol.

  • ulysess oliveras

    ulysess oliveras

    Mánuði síðan

    @patsymerryman mitchell what if and if a 51

  • patsymerryman mitchell

    patsymerryman mitchell

    Mánuði síðan

    @ulysess oliveras 18 try 20

  • ulysess oliveras

    ulysess oliveras

    Mánuði síðan

    Yeah

  • Janek Schmidt
    Janek SchmidtMánuði síðan

    that man lol, you gotta love him

  • Blessed Tambala
    Blessed TambalaMánuði síðan

    To much bro 😂🤣😂🤣🤣

  • Alpha Russel
    Alpha RusselMánuði síðan

    The ending was disturbing lol

  • DRGH DRGH

    DRGH DRGH

    Mánuði síðan

    But it is so true!!

  • memomorph
    memomorphMánuði síðan

    This hits too close to home, I’m yelling

  • Zoham Imam

    Zoham Imam

    Mánuði síðan

    Horrible profile pic

  • bluesdjben

    bluesdjben

    Mánuði síðan

    Don't yell too loud, your parents will hear.

  • Olivier L.

    Olivier L.

    Mánuði síðan

    Love your profile pic

  • HackModNerd
    HackModNerdMánuði síðan

    Fuck that. I would rather live in a car or a homeless shelter then to move back in with my parents and have to deal with their Qanon conspiracy bullshit.

  • REELVON TV
    REELVON TVMánuði síðan

    2021 we going up!

  • Salami Boyz
    Salami BoyzMánuði síðan

    Whoever is Reading this: Your skin isn't a paper don't cut it Your body isn't a book don't judge it Your heart isn't a door don't lock it Your life isn't a movie don't end it it Your brain isn’t a computer don’t run it You're beautiful If a caterpillar can become a beautiful butterfly you can be more amazing and fly even higher in life (by the way I’m also a small youtuber looking for your support plz) I didn't create this quote Just wanna spread positive vib

  • Graciela Saenz

    Graciela Saenz

    Mánuði síðan

    Thank you ❤️ a mom energy

  • Lucía Isa

    Lucía Isa

    Mánuði síðan

    This is sweet❤️

  • John B

    John B

    Mánuði síðan

    Just thought I would let you know that a caterpillar becomes beautiful after it completely destroys and recreates its cells.. so.. I'll get on that.

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