>Mom is trying to sell her car. >wants to sell it to me, says she'll cut me a deal.

>Mom is trying to sell her car.
>wants to sell it to me, says she'll cut me a deal.
>tell her there's nothing wrong with the car I have now, it's payed off, and I can afford more bills anyway.
>she keeps asking and gets annoyed because I keep saying no.
>Dad chimes in and says "what do you mean you can't afford it!? You get payed 15 bucks an hour!"
>That's ~30k/year. Even less after taxes.

Why are boomers so fricking out of touch? They don't know serfdom is the new normal in this meme economy.

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I know how to escape.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ah yes the family "gift" or "favor" that actually ends up being a huge obligation, many such cases.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Ah yes the family "gift" or "favor" that actually ends up being a huge obligation, many such cases.
      Mfw my mom makes me 'repay' her for repairs to a 15yo car she broke, but let my brother destroy the car my grandfather gave to me before he died and he never had to pay anything because he is a broke Black person who constantly wants my help with 'jobs' that are actually driving him an hour away to buy weed and other drugs (and he never paid me).

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    say youll buy it and offer her 5 dollars a month for the next 100 years

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Parents bought me a car. Get a better family.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >dat image
      >REPORTED
      >Reason: Posting dox or personal information

      Frick you!

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Vogelfilly

    Get a better family. -_- I'll offer to kill her for a Snickers and a pack of gum. But you also have to promise me you'll foster a white child. I'm certain you're Italian or Kazakstan.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >payed

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      tr/a/nny detected

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't understand why my mom has like 800k and wants me to pay rent, while also telling me that I have to move out. It's really hard not to hate them sometimes, they really are out of touch with the economy and no matter how many times you explain wage growth vs inflation or outsourcing or tuition....etc.... it just all rolls off them like water off a raincoat.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The conclusion you have to reach is that they don't give a frick about you. It does make me laugh when she talks seethingly about how someone she knows has grandkids now, or how a neighbor's daughter got a better job, knowing full well she used to talk a lot about how "men are ruining this country".
      >frick over your son
      >le pikachu face when you don't have grandkids
      Womp womp

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Boomer is immune to all dangers. Call him an economic parasite, a relic of a bygone age, a hitchhiker picked up by the confidence trick of unbacked fiat printing. Tell him his grandkids will be mixed race and his bloodline will be replaced by Muslims and Africans. It all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But ask him for a loan and tell him you'll pay his estate back the same sum interest free in 50 years time and watch him shrink back
      >I've been found out

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It really depends. If I have kids i’m gonna charge him rent but really i’m just investing his money for him so they can put a down payment on their future home/help set them with a good seed fund when they actually want to leave.

      Don’t get me wrong though, there are still a bunch of parents that used their kids as a retirement plan and it drags everybody QoL down.

      See single mothers.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        next bitcoin/pple stock type investment comes out

        you are holding all your kids funds in some kind of 3% interest account

        kid misses out on generational wealth

        go frick yourself

        my dad did this to me and when the 2008 recession happened he needed my money to not get margin called by the bank. then i never had a chance to buy the market bottom in 2009 and he paid me back 50k in 2013 after the housing market recovered.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I pay my dad rent, $800 a month, where the avg rent in my city is ~2k. And I make substantially more than my parents. Not even accounting for time/money saved in groceries, cooking, chores, etc.
      Love my parents. You should be paying rent, help out your parents in their old age. They nurtured you when you were a baby.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I had extenuating life circumstances that prevented me from living a good life when I reached adulthood. If they actually did their fricking job and provided me with a stable environment to grow up in when I was a kid, I probably wouldn't resent them at all because I wouldn't have had such terrible problems with depression and anxiety. Maybe they nurtured your ass but I only got that kind of thing from my grandma, my parents provided me food and shelter while my dad got drunk and got into screaming matches with my mom all my life.

        I want a family of my own. I quit paying rent and I'm never paying that woman rent again, hopefully I'll at least 5x this bull run and be able to move out of state and purchase a home for myself. Frick boomers.

        She also asked me years ago for financial advice and I told her to invest 10k in chainlink when it was 23c, I was pretty adamant about it but she wouldn't even do it, even though she's the one who came to me and asked what to invest in. It would have netted her millions. She didn't give a frick after I brought that up and acted like it was no big deal, nothing she could have done it was "too risky" for her. She also dogged on me for losing 100k last bull even though I still netted 150k profit. Did she say she was proud? No that dumb b***h didn't, she treated me like I was a screw up for it. My dad was proud as frick though and he asked me to invest a significant portion of his retirement portfolio for him. Then he died, now I'm stuck with this fricking dumbass and crypto is my only chance to make it because I was a depressed and secretly suicidal dipshit during the largest part of my 20s.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Trying to take advantage of you.
    Hoping you’re stupid enough to buy

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    boomers are shameless in america

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    take the car fax, get a quote for the car. Tell your parents you will pay them quote + $1000. If they say that is too much, go down to quote + $500. If they go for it and sell it to you, flip the car for more cash. If not, just say I am trying to be financially responsible, I am not buying the car. Don't defend your decision. Don't even have the discussion. Tell them you offered them a price that you can afford, if they can't go with that price, then they should take the car to car max.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >car fax
      meant to say car max, damn it

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