This reminds me of AJR’s “Don’t Throw Out My Legos” song. When you leave the nest, it will be tough. But it is OK to go back home during your hardest times. Unless you’re Batman. Then that won’t work.
@Diabolik, so u too are a fan of AJR?
@Diabolik, easily one of my favorite songs from them
@Diabolik, I'm only familiar with one of their songs but it's also about growing up. Is that like the theme of their album or something?
@Diabolik, just moved into an apartment with my gf, it's been great. I think double income is really helpful. I imagine if I was single I'd be struggling much more.
@Tsaltydog and @Datsatoilet I love AJR! Their songs are very catchy! Their latest album Neotheater, the general sentiment is pretty much is about the trials and tribulations of growing up and life in general. AJR is a young band; the songs that they play are probably recent events they went through. I wouldn’t even be surprised if they got their $20K from their song “Beats” in that album.
It’s not all about growing up though. It’s about being happy and thankful for what you are (AJR’s “Break my Face”), or turning around bad things that happen to you into opportunities (AJR’s “100 Bad Days). Great music to listen to, especially if you’re afraid of change, or think negative things of yourself.
@Diabolik, AJR is awesome! They stole the show when I saw them in concert last summer
Kinda the opposite for me. I like to cook and my parents are very picky eaters. Now I can finally cook all the dishes I want to that they wouldn't let me make!
@PunnyBaker, now you can make all those edibles
@seeUpee, and I'm canadian too so wouldnt even have to worry about hiding it
@PunnyBaker, Opposite for me in the sense that my mom essentially moved out on me in high school, but I knew how to at least prepare food and buy shît that I wanted, so senior year consisted of a lot of Pringle’s and boxed pasta.
I learned how to cook as necessity. Now my parents and I take turns cooking dinner on wednesdays. I made honey garlic chicken last time. Chinese lemon chicken before that, and chimichangas before that.