17 Scenarios About Deciding To Move Back In With Your Parents That You'll 100% Understand
Here's hoping the "wait and see" approach will work out.
Deciding to go back home, "just for a visit", only for the borders to close — trapping you there.
And then trying to figure out what to do with the room you've still got in Sydney.
Deciding to move home because there's a better beach-to-people ratio.
Deciding to tough it out in Sydney only to realise that your housemates are being way too chill about this whole thing.
Deciding to WFH with your five other housemates who are all also WFH — only to realise that you actually hate them.
Deciding to take the plunge and move back to your parents only to realise that you're now the major breadwinner.
Or, deciding to move back home and immediately reverting to your 16-year-old self.
And because all your friends have moved back too, it's essentially high school all over again.
Deciding to move back home, only to be confronted with your siblings who have done the same thing.
Deciding to play the "wait and see" game, only ScoMo has you seriously confused.
Deciding that now is the perfect time to go and live in that cave you saw the last time you did the Spit to Manly walk.
Deciding to move back in with your parents, only to change your mind immediately because actually moving is too hard.
Deciding to move back in with your parents, but only if you can bring your new boyfriend with you.
Deciding to move back in with your parents so you can afford the de facto visa for you and your partner.
Deciding to move in with your extremely distant relatives, because they live in Sydney and have a spare room.
Deciding to social distance in the fam's holiday home, only to quickly change your mind when you read that the NSW Arts Minister got fined for doing the same thing.
And finally, deciding to adopt a pet, because you figure, if you have to move back to your parents, you might as well have some company.
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