Is it unattractive to a woman if a man lives with his family still???

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  1. Guz200sx

    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    I am asking because I am considering moving back home with my parents. I am 30 yrs old (next Tuesday) and This would be a money saver for me (i've come to a point that I realized that saving money is very important to me now) but I keep seeing everywhere that women are not interested in men that live at home.

    I'm just trying to understand Why is it unattractive or what exactly about it is "weird" (besides the obvious reasons) or whatever???
     
  2. Jackie Treehorn

    Jackie Treehorn Active Member

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    At 30? Yeah that's gonna hurt your game a bit :o
     
  3. Guz200sx

    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    I understand that taking a woman back to my place would be weird because of my parents, I did it once and it was ultra weird. The girl didn't mind it though and eventually neither did I...

    My parents do not seem to understand that though. They tell me sure to bring a girl over and they'll leave the house and go do something else. All the while I am like :ugh: I am not feeling that.
     
  4. minkus962

    minkus962 New Member

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    Where are you living right now?
     
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    fray New Member

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    I think it's not a huge deal. A bigger deal is that you are doing it because you are just now figuring out saving money is important. It kinda screams not grown up or responsible yet.
     
  6. iwishyouwerebeer

    iwishyouwerebeer you shut your cunt Moderator

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    At 30? Yeah, I'll be honest. Shit, if my SO who is 24 moved back home right now I'd be turned off. And we've been together almost a year :dunno:
     
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    i think it is a bit....i would hope that a guy by that age would have his life in order and be somewhat financially stable

    if it were certain circumstances like him being in school then that's a different story, but i personally wouldn't be feeling it.
     
  8. DvBoard

    DvBoard New Member

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    If you can afford to be out of the house, stay out. Even if it doesn't hurt you, it ain't gonna help either.
     
  9. D-FENS

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    You living with your parents sends the idea to everybody that you can't support yourself. Being 30, yet still not being able to support yourself, it seems pretty obvious why it would turn women off. Women (most of them, anyways) want a guy who is strong, confident, knows how to take care of business, etc. Living with your parents is kind of the opposite of those characteristics.
     
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    30, yes.
     
  11. Coottie

    Coottie BOOMER......SOONER OT Supporter

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    The problem is moving back at 30 means you prolly won't move back out for awhile....maybe 35 or 40...maybe later?? It's too easy to move back man. My suggestion...take on another job, cut your expenses and stay out on your own. Before tooo long, you'll be past your financial crisis.

    IMO 30 yr olds need to be on their own for many reasons.
     
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    Do you have enough money to slap a big down payment for a house? After all, you had 8 years from the time you graduated college until now to prepare. And don't get too comfortable living with your parents for the time being. You may be more inclined to stay longer.
     
  13. toeshoes

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    30, yes, but it's your life, so live it how you want to.
     
  14. quamen

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    ddue dont feel bad, im 25 and still live at home. last year of college i hope, but im still here saving for a house.
     
  15. Guz200sx

    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    I have an apartment right now. My lease ends in August though.

    Total for everything though is about $800 to live here and I'm still not sure if the rent is going to go up or what...Kind of depends on that.
     
  16. Guz200sx

    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    Well, I wasn't responsible with the way I handled my money in earlier years and also school loans and credit card debt has had me under for a while. I am getting out though and things will be different now. I'll have no more debt soon.
     
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    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    down payment on a house??? Nowhere near that. My friend is doing that though. :(

    I was caught up in spending money on stupid shit and building debt :( from like 20-27yrs old. Now I basically have to begin the rebuilding process.

    And honestly, getting a girlfriend is the last thing on my mind now. I want to make more money/save more money and build my bank account up.

    My goal is to have at least $10,000 in savings by the time I turn 35.
     
  18. Guz200sx

    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    Yea i know a couple of girls at work that still live at home but their girls....different for them.

    My friend is about 29-30yrs old and he moved back home after living with his GF but then his girl moved away and so he moved back home with his parents but now he's lookin to buy a townhouse.
     
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    Guz200sx The man who does more than he is paid for will soo

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    The big problem is my parents are going to be pissed off if I sign on again [lease] for another year.

    They don't like my current job either.
     
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    well yeah i mean i hear you on them not liking your job, but your a grown man they shouldnt have much say.
     
  21. XaPU!M

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    This might be out of line, but why is it going to take you 5 years to save 10k while living at home?

    I saved $10k last year at 22 living on my own and working a $45k (Canadian) a year job. That just seems like a really really long time, and sounds like you won't have enough money to buy a house until you retire.
     
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    bigmick The plane takes off OT Supporter

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    You must be a long way in the whole to set a goal like that.
     
  23. NCS

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    just do what you need to do.
     
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    What is your current job?
     
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    get a second job or a better job.
     

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