shawna

United States

#1 Oct 15, 2010
what do you think of a man who is over 35 years old and still living with his mommy? i know some people may have to do this for a short period of time due to finacial loss or struggle; but i know of a man who has a kid and still living with his mother. is it just me or is something wrong with this picture?
hahah

Ashland, KY

#2 Oct 16, 2010
ask clifford roberts lol him and his 23 year old brother cant get off there mommys tit

Since: Aug 10

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#3 Oct 29, 2010
shawna wrote:
what do you think of a man who is over 35 years old and still living with his mommy? i know some people may have to do this for a short period of time due to finacial loss or struggle; but i know of a man who has a kid and still living with his mother. is it just me or is something wrong with this picture?

Perhaps a bit unusual. However, unless you are being harmed by this activity, then do not worry over it. Unless it is affecting you, then butt out. If it is affecting you, then do something besides airing it out on Topix.
your momma

United States

#4 Oct 30, 2010
you people on here r so fucking stupid. its pretty bad that you have nothing better to do with your life other than set on here and bash other people. You people on here no so much about him why.... because you are probably the ones that supply the drugs, live beside him in the welfare apartment, hang with him every day acting like his buddy. And most of you all probably dont even have a job and thats why your on here cutting other people down because your so miserible with yourselves of being such low life fuck wads. Your all just mad because your mommas gave up on you all at age 13 for being douche bags, and cliffords mother loves her children no matter what they do. And at least his kids know who their daddy is. So do the world a favor and go out and get a job or take your kids out for an ice cream (at the store because mcdonalds dont except food stamps) so that your time will be spent productive and so that the working person (like me) dont have to support you and you 5 kids that dont know their father. I guess im probably wasteing my time on here because most of you all will prob. never read this because you overdosed last night or got arrested for drug charges or breaking an entry.
Samantha

United States

#5 Oct 30, 2010
noone raly cares
Doesn t Matter

Cochranton, PA

#6 Oct 30, 2010
Not necessarily "a bit unusual" at all. My son lives with me and I'm not his mommy, I'm his mom. I took him back in when he had no place to go. Like any good mother, I'm not about to leave my children out "on the streets".

Now, with the economy the way it is, if he left then I couldn't make it and even though he has a decent job, he couldn't get a decent place, other than in the worst parts in any town (which he doesn't want to do and I don't blame him because I raised him better than that) and he couldn't make it, either. He pays his child support and other obligations himself.

As long as I have a roof over my head, both my children know that they have one, too. When the time comes and he finds that he can live on his own then I will deal with the "financial loss" and make do with what I have.

I work full time ( I don't draw Social Security or SSI) and don't make a lot of money but I can survive the way countless other older citizens do. At least I work and support myself instead of sitting on my duff and letting John Q Public do it for me.

So.... before you judge a man on his living arrangements, know the facts first.
Snow White

Richmond, KY

#7 Oct 30, 2010
With the economy like it is no wonder. And some of these people are taking care of their parent. And sometimes you think they are living with their parent when in fact the house is in their name.
Kristina

United States

#8 Oct 30, 2010
hahah wrote:
ask clifford roberts lol him and his 23 year old brother cant get off there mommys tit
. Clifford dont live with his mamma n his brother sure the hell aint 23 so before u wanna post something about other people on here i think u should get u facts right

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#9 Oct 30, 2010
shawna wrote:
what do you think of a man who is over 35 years old and still living with his mommy? i know some people may have to do this for a short period of time due to finacial loss or struggle; but i know of a man who has a kid and still living with his mother. is it just me or is something wrong with this picture?
I think it is no more unusual than a turd who wants to ask the question on Topix.
Frankie Frank

Portsmouth, OH

#10 Jan 3, 2012
Don't judge a book by its cover-- judge it on its arrest record. LOL LOL Seriously-- 35 ain't so bad. Will be easier to judge when that someone is 45 and STILL nothing has changed. And people's choices DO affect many others. A common theme on many Topix discussions is 'It's not affecting anyone.' Like hell it doesn't..... And is Topix any different from discussing someone or something person-to-person??? Just more people can get in on the discussion, that's all.
haaa

Hadley, PA

#11 Jan 3, 2012
hahah wrote:
ask clifford roberts lol him and his 23 year old brother cant get off there mommys tit
ha thats kinda funny cause both of his brothers r older than him plus my aunt isnt like that the only reason why the r still living with my uncle and is because she dont wanna see her sons living on the street.
cathy

Ironton, OH

#12 Jan 3, 2012
A must read!!!! A friend just posted this and I wanted to pass it on... A well-known speaker started off his seminar holding up a $20.00 bill. In the room of 200, he asked, "Who would like this $20 bill?" Hands started going up. He said, "I am going to give this $20 to one of you but first, let me do this." He proceeded to crumple up the $20 dollar bill. He then asked, "Who still wants it...?" Still the hands were up in the air. "Well," he replied, "What if I do this?" And he dropped it on the ground and started to grind it into the floor with his shoe. He picked it up, now crumpled and dirty. "Now, who still wants it?" Still the hands went into the air. "My friends, we have all learned a very valuable lesson. No matter what I did to the money, you still wanted it because it did not decrease in value. It was still worth $20. Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crumpled, and ground into the dirt by the decisions we make and the circumstances that come our way. We may feel as though we are worthless. But no matter what has happened or what will happen, you will never lose your value. Dirty or clean, crumpled or finely creased, you are still priceless to those who DO LOVE you. The worth of our lives comes not in what we do or who we know, but by WHO WE ARE. You are special-Don't EVER forget it." If you do not pass this on, you may never know the lives it touches, the hurting hearts it speaks to, or the hope that it may bring. Count your blessings, not your problems...Happy New Year 2012!!~~ here is something for you rude ppl to think about
WhatAbunchoflose rs

United States

#13 Jan 5, 2012
OMG! You people for serious? Yes, there is something wrong with it. Since when did ambition and pride and dignity become so unpopular? Stop playing the victim card, put it back in the deck and shuffle agian. I bet most of these adult children are able to work. They`re just too spoiled to do labor or too good to start at entry level, right? If everyday is no different from the day before, what outcome can tomorrow possibly hold? Another day of being a mooch. Of course no parent is going to refuse their children a roof to sleep under. That`s half the point of being a good parent. Hooray for you. The other half is producing self reileint productive members of society. It`s not about providing a bed to sleep in. It`s about providing oppertunities to better oneself. And there will always be bumps in the road. Borrow money from family, accept hand outs, make sacrifices, we all been there. But damn! Give up and move into your parents house? Losers.
WhatAbunchoflose rs

United States

#14 Jan 5, 2012
And the whole cute story about the public speaker with the 20 dollar bill at the seminar... Fail! Try the same thing with a penny. The point is one produces more then the other. And yes you can deface a 20 dollar bill to the point it loses it`s value. It completely supports everything I been saying. From what I understand, Shawna the original poster wasn`t referring to men and woman temporaly moving in to momas during a rough spot. She`s talking about mother and fathers giving up raising children in thier mothers house. They are losers!
alisha

Proctorville, OH

#15 Jan 5, 2012
Doesn t Matter wrote:
Not necessarily "a bit unusual" at all. My son lives with me and I'm not his mommy, I'm his mom. I took him back in when he had no place to go. Like any good mother, I'm not about to leave my children out "on the streets".
Now, with the economy the way it is, if he left then I couldn't make it and even though he has a decent job, he couldn't get a decent place, other than in the worst parts in any town (which he doesn't want to do and I don't blame him because I raised him better than that) and he couldn't make it, either. He pays his child support and other obligations himself.
As long as I have a roof over my head, both my children know that they have one, too. When the time comes and he finds that he can live on his own then I will deal with the "financial loss" and make do with what I have.
I work full time ( I don't draw Social Security or SSI) and don't make a lot of money but I can survive the way countless other older citizens do. At least I work and support myself instead of sitting on my duff and letting John Q Public do it for me.
So.... before you judge a man on his living arrangements, know the facts first.
Amen. You tell'em girl. And it's noone's business how a family lives, just busy bodies that don't have a life.

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