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IceCrystal

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she is quite an old baby :lolpony: i hope my boys consider moving out before that
Heh heh, fingers crossed. I know a bloke who lived at his mother's place until she died in old age about 20 years ago or so. :oops: He is my mum's age, so around 76 yo now. Mind you, he is a bit of a weirdo, so I'm confident your boys will move out sooner. :D
 

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Heh heh, fingers crossed. I know a bloke who lived at his mother's place until she died in old age about 20 years ago or so. :oops: He is my mum's age, so around 76 yo now. Mind you, he is a bit of a weirdo, so I'm confident your boys will move out sooner. :D
My little brother is 35 and lives with my parents still. Asd.
 

IceCrystal

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My little brother is 35 and lives with my parents still. Asd.
Well, that's very understandable in your brother's case of course, I know of another grown-up who still lives with his parents who also has some kind of condition that doesn't allow him to live normally.

This acquaintance I was speaking of is just a very strange person, he hasn't got a condition. He is so focused on his one hobby and is a very selfish person, he has never found a partner, so for whatever reason he decided to stay with his parents instead. I probably would have understood that somewhat better had his parents lived in a big house where he had more privacy, but they lived in a small flat close to the city centre. After his mother died, he stayed there and he is still living in that flat.
 

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Well, that's very understandable in your brother's case of course, I know of another grown-up who still lives with his parents who also has some kind of condition that doesn't allow him to live normally.

This acquaintance I was speaking of is just a very strange person, he hasn't got a condition. He is so focused on his one hobby and is a very selfish person, he has never found a partner, so for whatever reason he decided to stay with his parents instead. I probably would have understood that somewhat better had his parents lived in a big house where he had more privacy, but they lived in a small flat close to the city centre. After his mother died, he stayed there and he is still living in that flat.
My brother isn't diagnosed. It's just considered our family traits of picky eating, ocd, anti social ness, and other inabilities to cope. He has a bachelor's in physics and a great job that he's amazing at. He just can't feed himself, take care of himself, and remember things like bills. Why diagnose him when it wouldn't change anything? My mom takes care of him.
 

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Well, that's very understandable in your brother's case of course, I know of another grown-up who still lives with his parents who also has some kind of condition that doesn't allow him to live normally.

This acquaintance I was speaking of is just a very strange person, he hasn't got a condition. He is so focused on his one hobby and is a very selfish person, he has never found a partner, so for whatever reason he decided to stay with his parents instead. I probably would have understood that somewhat better had his parents lived in a big house where he had more privacy, but they lived in a small flat close to the city centre. After his mother died, he stayed there and he is still living in that flat.
I know what you mean! I knew someone like that, lived with her parents until they passed away and only sold the house because she was getting too old to take care of it and it was falling apart. She was their only kid and kept to herself her entire life and was ok to be around just extremely abrasive as a person and would prefer things her way. Nothing wrong with that, I mean it's not for me, but a lot of people prefer their own company I suppose.

Also I should say there is nothing wrong with living at home, I know people who lived at home well past 30 or had to move back in with their whole family for various reason. My boys are only 4, 2 and 0 so that's a long way aways and I would support them even if they stayed with us for the rest of their lives :) It would be very cramped though as we also live in a very small apartment right now :tongue:
 

IceCrystal

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Yes, Heart Throb really is in excellent shape, and her curls are still so beautiful. What a well-behaved child I must have been lol. :D

I also checked MLW's accessories photos and couldn't find it there. Perhaps it's not MLP then.
 

IceCrystal

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Oh, congrats on finding daddy! Mummy and Daddy Meadowsweet seem so much harder to find than the baby. I won't collect the other striped hair ponies as they are so expensive, so I chose to collect the Meadowsweet family, as I like their symbols best. :smile:
 

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Oh, congrats on finding daddy! Mummy and Daddy Meadowsweet seem so much harder to find than the baby. I won't collect the other striped hair ponies as they are so expensive, so I chose to collect the Meadowsweet family, as I like their symbols best. :smile:
not sure if the dads were more rare, the pose was generally disliked, their symbols were too weird or it was the fact that they are boy ponies that put kids and parents off from buying them, but yeah the dads are more rare



and here is another new pony, though I already did have her
http://instagr.am/p/CBWZtF3gFWy/
 
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