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10 Charts That Sum Up The Struggle Of Moving Out Of Your Parents’ House

If you’re like most Millennialsentering the realm of adulthood, you probably couldn’t wait to move out of your parents’ house.

Living on your own means you make the rules.

You’re free to dowhatever you want, whenever you want.

There’s no one around to tell you to clean your room, be home by midnight or turn your music down.

Plus, it’s not a big deal if you rage every night and eat pizza on the couch in your underwear.

Yep, living on your own sounds pretty damn amazing… in theory.

If you happen to be someone who has recently left the nest, you know moving out of your parents’ house isn’t the constant party you dreamed it would be.

Once you leave your mom and dad’s you have to figure out how to actually be an adult and do all sorts of grown up things like feed yourself, buy toilet paper, do laundry and, worst of all, pay your own bills.

Seriously, once you go off on your ownthe adulting struggle gets real AF.

The chartsbelow should just about sum it up.

Beer > Basic Necessities

If you forget your keys, you’re pretty much f*cked.

Youdon’t realize how much you miss your mom until you’ve eaten cereal every day for a month straight.

It’s a lot of dollar slices and Tinder dinner dates.

Watching your mom do your laundry is a lot easier than doing your own laundry.

People actually buy that toilet paper? LOL.

This “acting like an adult” thing is hard AF.

The bigger the bag, the more you can bring back to your apartment.

Help me, I’m poor… and I can’t figure out how to use the kitchen appliances.

Moving out isn’tthe party you thought it would be.

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