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30 and younger thread

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by TacoMaster44, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:00 PM
    YotaOverAll

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    I'm interested to see what it'll be like living with another person that isn't family... I'll probably be moving in May.

    What's y'alls opinions on it, since obviously y'all do it haha
     
  3. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:05 PM
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    you'll either get close or absofuckinglutely hate them by the end of the third month
     
  5. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:09 PM
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    yup! took a little while haha.
    hit and miss. have to find someone that fits your personality well, someone that knows how to keep to themselves and be friendly at the same time, FUCKING PEOPLE THAT KNOW HOW TO CLEAN AND TAKE INITIATIVE, important that they arent fake either, i know it can be a no brainer, but you dont want to live with someone whos always trying to prove something.
    the hard part is you dont figure this shit out till usually after the first month
     
  6. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:11 PM
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    Gosh my little Brent is getting all growed up :eek:
     
  7. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:14 PM
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    Ah, cool. Thanks for the tips...

    Yeah, we hang out when our schedules line up and are both into the same stuff. He's hardcore into survival and backpacking. Which is similar to some aspects of wheeling/expoing.

    Our personalities are very similar, he's just more outgoing. We grew up in the same town, he's just 3 years older. He's a 4 year Staff Sergeant, so he's pretty good about having initiative.

    The cleaning part that sucks though is that his current house is cluttered. But his gf that comes over all the time doesn't clean up after herself which is why it's usually cluttered. That and the fact that we use his coffee table as a work bench haha

    The big selling point is the fact that I'll be making an extra $450 a month after paying rent. Plus they can't call me into work as easily during bad weather since I won't be living on base. Downside to that is a 15 minute longer commute.
     
  8. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:15 PM
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    Like I said yesterday. Your new name is Sour Patch Kid... Haha
     
  9. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:19 PM
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    Finances and hanging out is fine. Cleanliness is the only issue I see in his current house. But it is also a very small house.

    The other house he's moving into in May and invited me to move into with him is much bigger.
     
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    Holy shitballs
     
  11. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:27 PM
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    Yeah, oh and an actual oven to cook and a garage to work in! :goingcrazy:
     
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    I could never live in an apartment for this reason...i guess I could go to my parents house to use their garage...but that would get old for both of us pretty fast. Plus every time i show up my dad tells me how im ruining the truck. and heaven forbid if i worked on the motorcycle there!


    this is my 2nd bed room, non of my room mates use it, so i have taken it over
    [​IMG]

    it stays "organized" for at most a week or two before there are tools and parts scattered every where and another project begins.
     
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    Sounds like my dad and uncle, and grandpa.
     
  14. Mar 31, 2014 at 11:34 PM
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    Haha this is why I hate living in the dorms. I can't work on the truck 6 months out of the year unless I want to pay the rude owner at the auto hobby shop $3 an hour...

    I hear on the dad thing, mine says the same thing. I'm interested to see what he says when he sees the bumper and headlights...

    My friend won't even use it for his car much except to park it in during snow (Pontiac G8). It'll give me chance to buy a welder and a tool chest too.
     
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    Just found out my buddys truck burned down about an hour ago...
     
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    my mom is indifferent. she gets a kick out of it and wants to go wheeling with me. my dad instantly assumes worst case scenario and is instantly negative no matter what project I take on the truck. from putting lights in the plastic grille to tubbing of course. Everything ruins it lol.

    And he is getting worked up when I modify it! Oh hell, wait till he sees when I start to really use it! Cutting it up was me being nice. I will be surprised if I have a single body panel without dents by the end of the summer lol!
     
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    Wow... Word for word how it is with my parents haha

    I loved seeing the look on his face when he came home and all the chrome was blacked out on my 96. He couldn't help but agree that it looked much better.

    I'm surprised he didn't lose it when I told them my "side steps" were welded on :rofl:
     
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    YOU WELDED TO THE TRUCK!!!!!!!!!

    OMG ITS WORTH ZERO DOLLARS NOW! ITS GOING TO EXPLODE ANY MOMENT
     
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    We've been bringing my mom and step dad to watch some wheeling lately and they think it's pretty cool. My dad is going to let my step dad drive his truck on a trail lol
     
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    :laugh: I love how apparently all of our moms are on board but the dads are just living in nopeville. isnt building vehicles supposed to be a father son activity haha?


    shit, the local club is putting on a ladies trail run next month, where the guys only spot and navigate and the girls drive and I told my mom I would take her wheeling since i havent yet, and have her run the whole trail. She is so excited haha!
     

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