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NashVegas Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-15-08 10:42 AM
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16. Didn't There 'Used to Be' Three Generations Under One Roof?
Edited on Thu May-15-08 10:42 AM by Crisco
No wonder housing is so expensive.
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  -Is there an age by which a child should leave their parents' home? ohiosmith  May-15-08 09:51 AM   #0 
  - I'd say by at least 45. nt  raccoon   May-15-08 09:53 AM   #1 
  - This is the first generation that will not be better off than their parents  MissMillie   May-15-08 09:56 AM   #2 
  - it depends on the culture  lionesspriyanka   May-15-08 09:58 AM   #3 
  - Most of my friends with kids in the 16 to 60 range are upset....  SacredCow   May-15-08 10:01 AM   #4 
  - Ohiosmith! You're back!  BlueDogDemocratNH   May-15-08 10:03 AM   #5 
  - Hey man! Great to hear from you.  ohiosmith   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #7 
  - My parents always made it clear that 18 was the age...  MonkeyFunk   May-15-08 10:06 AM   #6 
  - My sister and I  bigwillq   May-15-08 10:18 AM   #8 
  - My parents always let us know that the door was open.  Midlodemocrat   May-15-08 10:33 AM   #12 
     - That's my parents too.  bigwillq   May-15-08 10:36 AM   #14 
        - I'm looking forward to my kids coming back to visit with their own families.  Midlodemocrat   May-15-08 10:38 AM   #15 
  - I think 18 to 24, after that they become pests.  montanto   May-15-08 10:28 AM   #9 
  - :  ohiosmith   May-15-08 10:29 AM   #10 
  - 82. n/t  PeterU   May-15-08 10:32 AM   #11 
  - I think it's between the kids and the parents, really  last_texas_dem   May-15-08 10:33 AM   #13 
  - Didn't There 'Used to Be' Three Generations Under One Roof?  Crisco   May-15-08 10:42 AM   #16 
  - In my experience, 7 or 8 is about right.  RetroLounge   May-15-08 10:44 AM   #17 
  - It's not unusual for three or more generations to cohabit.  Orsino   May-15-08 10:53 AM   #18 
  - How cheap is energy?  NoMoreMyths   May-15-08 10:56 AM   #19 
  - As long as they don't expect me to take care of everything  BarenakedLady   May-15-08 11:43 AM   #20 
  - How old are you and were economic times similar back then?  HypnoToad   May-15-08 12:13 PM   #21 
  - Depends on the culture  5LeavesLeft   May-15-08 12:30 PM   #22 
  - I'm 26 and I'll be moving back with my parents shortly.  Fox Mulder   May-15-08 12:32 PM   #23 
  - They come back  ismnotwasm   May-15-08 12:36 PM   #24 
  - A child should never leave home  Inchworm   May-15-08 12:39 PM   #25 
  - Wedding Day  One_Life_To_Give   May-15-08 12:44 PM   #26 
  - i don't think it's as unusal for kids to remain at home as it used to be  kagehime   May-15-08 12:54 PM   #27 
  - In my personal opinion, no.  Deep13   May-15-08 01:12 PM   #28 
  - I don't know  GTRMAN   May-15-08 02:33 PM   #29 
 

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