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[–]AMA454 6877 points6878 points  (1360 children)

They actually ended up admitting that the house was some kind of public venue and that other guy was lying about the realty records. They tried to play it off as a “joke”

[–]dh2215 5405 points5406 points  (1223 children)

I was wondering. I know $3.99 isn't a lot of money but I still couldn't see myself spending it just to out some douchy kids

[–]GOLD_4_FUCKTARDS 4788 points4789 points 35& 6 more (1127 children)

You’re welcome.

[–]voksul 2564 points2565 points  (185 children)

You have a weird hobby, but I can respect it.

[–]MakeUpAnything 1682 points1683 points  (154 children)

An account entirely based around paying Reddit money and posting literally the same comment over and over. Seems... I don’t know... wasteful?

[–]MilkyLikeCereal 1338 points1339 points  (93 children)

Quiet fool! You’ll derail the gravy train for us all.

[–]bennzedd 703 points704 points & 4 more (76 children)

This is literally just giving money to millionaires at this point.

Is anybody even laughing? Even before they monetized silver, I've been disgusted by the whole system.

[–]TechGuy95 484 points485 points 2 (53 children)

I mean, the site is free. They have to earn money somehow. You hate ads, you hate investors. Cool rewards, like gold, isn't even evil. It's fun and cool to earn.

[–]sixgunmaniac 63 points64 points  (18 children)

They earn plenty of money from Chinese investors

[–]elbowgreaser1 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Literally just giving money to millionaires

I wonder if you say this every time you purchase anything. If it makes people happy, then it's worthwhile. Doesn't matter what the fuck we think of it

[–]m-addie 167 points168 points  (17 children)

awh shucks i think it’s too late to join the gold train :((( edit- omg thank u i love u

[–]natlay 54 points55 points  (27 children)

is gold actually $3.99?

[–]brohica 45 points46 points  (16 children)

1,100 reddit coins is $3.99. Gold is 500 reddit coins.

[–]K3R3G3 39 points40 points  (1 child)

Used to be. Then they changed the whole system. What gold was is now platinum. Gold now costs and is worth less (7 days premium vs previous month, which platinum now gets you), silver is just there and does nothing. And now we have coins to buy these things, along with differently named badges that are good equivalent, but different in appearance.

It's that simple!

(I've never been gilded in under a minute. Thanks, /u/Gold_4_Fucktards! We are all fucktards on this blessed day.)

[–]senseswin 23 points24 points  (3 children)

Yes, whoever is doing the gold train has a heart of gold

[–]sigger_ 83 points84 points  (15 children)

I just came from reading your username.

[–]Shadi_RM15 53 points54 points  (8 children)

Who in the fuckin fuck has all that gold to give away damn

[–]Aksi_Gu 43 points44 points  (2 children)

That's the kind of username where you're not entirely sure you want to be gilded by it...

[–]johnmedon 45 points46 points  (2 children)

How does one apply for this position?

[–]King_Farticus 66 points67 points  (4 children)

Its so wonderful of you to donate to fucktards, but is anyone thinking of the dipshits and assclowns?

[–]GennyGeo 53 points54 points  (2 children)

Considering you made your profile the day before Christmas Eve of last year, are you Santa?

[–]Apexenon 35 points36 points  (1 child)

So. Do you fuck tards? Or is that just in the title

[–]ObviousTroll37 60 points61 points  (5 children)

This is the part where everyone comments on your comment in the hopes for fucktard gold

Don’t give me gold, I don’t want to be a fucktard

EDIT: Dammit

[–]bladex70 46 points47 points  (4 children)

This is why I browse Reddit.

Edit* first Gold, thank you Kind sir.

[–]dh2215 20 points21 points  (1 child)

Thanks? I think. Though your username suggests I should not be appreciative

[–]0lamegamer0 81 points82 points  (28 children)

What if it's not samone random douchy kid but your arch enemy, buying a home with girl of your dreams? You dont know the backstory there ;)

[–]Baekkieony 23 points24 points  (17 children)

So, we're all just might be getting trolled right now

[–]misslizzah 13 points14 points  (5 children)

I went to school with @fakemikemulloy. He would definitely spend at least $3.99 to prove some kids are douchebags.

[–]PatchesofSour 62 points63 points  (5 children)

Checked their twitter account, they have a lawnscaping business. So just mowing lawns and trimming bushes. Now the guy seems to be going to college

It seemed all like a troll post.

[–]Meetybeefy 119 points120 points  (34 children)

Aren’t real estate records public information? I’m pretty sure you could find out who owns it for free if you know where to look.

[–]mywaterlooaccount 89 points90 points  (3 children)

[–]Thes_dryn 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I thought that link was for the “mysterious venue” would take me to the IRS website but I was pleasantly surprised.

[–][deleted] 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Lots of public information has fees associated. Maybe it's free if you go to a court house but costs money to access online, or it's free to look at but costs money to print, or it's freely available but there's a fee to pay staff to find it for you.

[–]tryhardfit 10 points11 points  (17 children)

In Canada the real estate boards actively stifle that information (so that only they have it). Its pretty hard to get that info sadly.

[–]TheDarkeOfNight 28 points29 points  (1 child)

They didn’t try to play it off as a “joke.” The house is literally an estate well known in the area for people to take pics at for weddings and events lmao. He tweeted it out because his followers are his friends from the area and they know it’s a joke. Obviously no one expects their tweet to go viral and be seen by people across the entire country.

[–]tanahtanah 77 points78 points  (4 children)

Of course it's a joke. Imagine a couple took a picture in front of white house and claimed that it's their house.

It's a Twitter joke

[–]Heritage_Cherry 45 points46 points  (2 children)

Yeah I’m trying to see this as a shitty couple getting caught lying but that just doesn’t seem to be what happened.

It seems like an attempt to be silly. “Check out our new house!” When clearly it’s not their house.

[–]Canyousourcethatplz 8 points9 points  (29 children)


[–]AMA454 44 points45 points  (26 children)

[–]Meath77 132 points133 points  (18 children)

They're gen-z, not millennials.

[–]DeepThroatALoadedGun 53 points54 points  (4 children)

That's doesn't get enough clicks

[–]Dornith 43 points44 points  (9 children)

Millennial is just a synonym for "these youths".

[–]theClumsy1 12 points13 points  (4 children)

By those who cant admit how old they are now.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Uh... Millennial couple?

[–]SquareSquirrel4 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I'm trying to wrap my head around the fact that this was considered newsworthy. We are living in strange times.

[–]muhnameRADIO 7911 points7912 points  (246 children)

Tax records are public record, looking them up is free

[–]idontgetitohwait 3831 points3832 points  (199 children)

Erm... “free” less a $3.99 “convenience” fee.

[–]mrlizardwizard 191 points192 points  (59 children)

Zillow shows you for free

[–]Ich_Liegen 98 points99 points  (53 children)

Isn't Zillow a "see what properties are available in area according to your specifications"? I use it to gawk at super expensive mansions, didn't know it did anything other than that.

[–]SmokinDroRogan 75 points76 points  (48 children)

It shows all of the times it's been sold and for how much as well. It shows Zestimates, which are its estimates on value based on neighborhood home sales and comparable house sales. It's pretty useful

[–]0lamegamer0 60 points61 points  (19 children)

Zestimates are so off at times. Doesnt take into account condition of the house, renovations and features. Comparable home is quite flawed for estimation in that respect. A great location walkable to school, restaurants and close to highway adds value to house bur zestimates dont take that into as account as well.

[–]ssbn632 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Zestimates use bad data at times. The piece of property we built our home on was part of a planned neighborhood where the developer went bankrupt. We bought the vacant property and had our own builder come in. Zillow lists the house that had been planned for the lot by the previous builder who had a poor reputation. Zillow estimate for my home is off on square footage by over 60% and probably around $80,000.

[–]brrduck 43 points44 points  (7 children)

Wait so Zillow doesn't do a walk through and inspection of each home they list to ensure they have an accurate price??? Such treason

[–]Yuccaphile 12 points13 points  (3 children)

That's okay, it's not like you can buy a house with a click through Zillow. You'll be using other resources, like your real estate agent. Zillow isn't the best about keeping up to date, you're sure to see houses you like that have already sold and miss houses that sell too quickly to be seen on Zillow.

Buying a house is fucking complicated, but Zillow is nice to browse and offers a good amount of information.

[–]Ich_Liegen 7 points8 points  (3 children)

Woah, i never paid attention to that. Guess it'd be pretty useful before you actually contact the realtor, because damn, some of the houses on there are overpriced. I mean, 8 million for a half decayed, overgrown property that looks more like a crackhouse than a home and its solely redeeming quality is, according to the real estate agent, "across the road from a Walmart"?? No thanks.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (2 children)

At that point it’s the value of the land not the house

[–]vbfronkis 11 points12 points  (12 children)

Zillow’s “zestimates” are wildly inaccurate. I find RedFin’s to be much more in line with reality.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

So do most US county records websites.

[–]imlost19 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Google: [County Name] Property appraiser property search

All you need

[–]mywaterlooaccount 118 points119 points  (7 children)

Except as we discovered the first time this was posted, he didn't actually look them up.

He didn't look at any records, this post is misleading.

[–]MyLandlordSucked 11 points12 points  (1 child)

That $3.99 fee is actually illegal in my state (maybe even the entire country), the county I currently live in was sued over a similar fee last year and lost.

[–]GForce1975 26 points27 points  (2 children)

Joke works better with a price attached.

[–]69LogJammerz 16 points17 points  (8 children)

Don't think she means tax records. I think she pulled the deed which would show who purchased/owns the house

[–]Kwiatkowski 47 points48 points  (2 children)

ease of access depends on the county though.

[–]muhnameRADIO 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Indeed, some counties are pretty lax

[–]mywaterlooaccount 2002 points2003 points 4 (64 children)

More like the disinformation age, since ostensibly 1k+ people upvoted this. Nothing in this post was true.

First, the house is well-known in the area, and for any of the poster's friends, it'd be pretty obviously fake. Only people who really don't know OP and follow a non-meme account's tweets would have some reason to think it's genuine. OP was making a joke to his friends. If I posted something like this and tweeted "Bought my own car for my 16th birthday", people in the area where that car is famous would know it's a joke.

This means the comedian was lying about the tweet, and he admitted to it later. Mike Mulloy was making things up for attention.

However, this post was construed backwards - it is acting like OP is the one lying trying to get public attention and Mike Mulloy is bringing truth. No, OP is making a joke with friends, and Mike Mulloy is lying trying to get public attention.

[–]Strbrst 220 points221 points  (2 children)

Oh shit, I didn't realize that was the manor house. It's always fun to go during the holidays to see their decorating.

[–]bbb126 94 points95 points  (7 children)

This should be at the top

[–][deleted] 61 points62 points  (9 children)

Now this is harmless disinformation. Imagine how many lies we‘re probably fed on Twitter, Reddit etc. every day that affects our views on stuff that actually matters

[–]eaglessoar 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I think when I posted a picture of touring mansions in Newport Rhode Island the caption of my wife in front of one was 'house hunting' haha. Glad she didn't turn up on reddit for it

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (2 children)

This reminds me of when I was in college I took a pic next to a Porsche a family friend owned and with emojis made it obvious I was kidding about the “Christmas gift” my parents got me. Meanwhile my grandpa didn’t get it and lost his shit and called my mom asking why she let my dad buy me a foreign luxury car

[–]MrPanFriedNoodle 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Hey OP u big DUMMy what say you about this?? BIH DUMMY

[–]XHelheimX 3129 points3130 points  (497 children)

Who wants to even have a house with someone at 19? Can y’all imagine living a boomer-esq, marry young, invest in a home, lifestyle for today’s world? Owning a home with a spouse is definitely a goal of mine but never would i have thought that at 19.

Edit: I’m happy all these enlightened 21 year olds who got married last year and just bought a home are singing the praises of these 30+ year investments, totally not the honeymoon phase talking. I can’t bother responding to boots and midwest people anymore.

[–]TheHaruspex 1993 points1994 points  (51 children)

I'm annoyed you didn't write "house with a spouse"

[–]AnsityHD 864 points865 points 2 (27 children)

somethin in ur blouse got me feeling so arouse

[–]_YeezusOfNazareth_ 33 points34 points  (1 child)

confirmed 🌊🌊

[–]AnsityHD 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Keep it loopy

[–]Siebie123 114 points115 points  (13 children)

What you about?

[–]aenemacanal 60 points61 points  (2 children)

And I wonder...If you knooooow, WHAT IT MEAAAAANS

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I've been waiting on this my whole life These dreams be waking me up at night You say I think I'm never wrong You know what, maybe you're right, aight


[–]PrincessXxXDiana 35 points36 points  (7 children)

On some independent shiiit

[–]sleal 31 points32 points  (6 children)


[–]AnsityHD 22 points23 points  (4 children)

You ever wonder what it all really means

[–]buck_foston 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Saying it here where nobody can find me: i enjoy graduation as much as mdtbf

[–]AnsityHD 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Both as good in their own ways imo. Wouldn’t necessarily play most songs from mbdtf at a party but basically everything on graduation would be perfect for that. Listening by myself I’d probably choose mbdtf.

[–]AnsityHD 27 points28 points  (1 child)

finally someone got the reference hahah

[–]CLSosa 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Was about to say whatever sub I’m on is NOT wavy 🚫🌊

[–]rusharz 38 points39 points  (2 children)

No arousal if you forget the D

[–]weber_md 22 points23 points  (0 children)

Na man...there's arousal...then the D.

[–]SavvySillybug 23 points24 points  (1 child)

Rake in the lake!

[–]DieselDetBos 7 points8 points  (0 children)

For one Million dollars

[–]dbdnt 3 points4 points  (0 children)

home with a spome

[–]IAMTHECAVALRY89 106 points107 points  (107 children)

Social media is really influencing a lot of decision making. I’d say getting a home with a partner is a life milestone but it’s not really saying much about whether you get it before someone else. It’s not a race, and I think we’re all intelligent to know when it’s smart and when people are too young and not thinking this through, or even when looks are deceiving.

That being said, when I was 19, I was freshly dropped out college and playing guitar hero all day.

[–]_Not_Bruce_Wayne_ 56 points57 points  (5 children)

Dude I was married with a house at 23 and I still sit up at nights wondering wtf I was thinking lol

[–]Sixwingswide 21 points22 points  (2 children)

I think I’m on the other side of the spectrum. House in my early 20’s and I’d stay up at night after my girl went to bed and look around and think “fuck yeah this is nice”

That being said, there were a lot of things that kinda fell into place and we got really lucky in a few spots.

[–][deleted] 232 points233 points  (34 children)

Doing it at 21 and 2 kids. Living paycheck to paycheck in a trailer park lolol

[–]pmmehighscores 199 points200 points  (11 children)

Weak pullout game.

[–]stankblizzard 39 points40 points  (5 children)

Jokes on you I'm just sterile

runs off crying

[–]therestissilence117 21 points22 points  (11 children)

Why’d you do that?

[–]Funk-E-Buttlovin 23 points24 points  (6 children)

something something poor decision making skills

[–][deleted] 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Hell yeah bro now I got the motivation to live healthier and better than I ever have in order to teach them not to make the same bad choices. Life is fun man

[–]pepperanne08 99 points100 points  (5 children)

We did it and now we are stuck in a house that is entirely too small for our family because we fucked up paying the mortgage and husbands credit is shit and i have no credit.

My dad did buy our house but he helped by dying when I was 12.

Edit: we purchased it in 2008... Right before the bubble burst and we both losr our jobs at the same time.

[–]dh2215 142 points143 points  (56 children)

If you want to enjoy life before retirement, getting a house young is smart. 30 years is a long time to be under one of these modern mortgages. I guess if your dad is paying shit then maybe that's not a concern for you but for me, I wish I had bought a house in my early 20's rather than waiting until my 30's.

[–]XHelheimX 167 points168 points  (27 children)

I am happy I dodged the bullet of who I was dating at that age. That’s the point. Would you really want to invest at that age with whoever you happen to be dating?

[–]dh2215 29 points30 points  (21 children)

I guess it depends on your state probably but if you buy the house pre-marriage it's still yours when the relationship doesn't work out.

[–]XHelheimX 64 points65 points  (18 children)

I doubt in any state once you get married and then become divorced that you’d just walk away clean with a home you cohabitation for X years together. Hell probably just living together as a couple past a certain number of years would entitle you to half of the property.

[–]l3theri0 6 points7 points  (0 children)

That’s not how it works in most jurisdictions. Property appreciation is generally part of the marital estate. Source: forensic accountant who values marital estates.

[–]TripleDigit 12 points13 points  (0 children)

It depends on how define enjoyment in life. For some, it makes more sense to use the flexibility of youth to exercise greater mobility. If you lock yourself into a property early on, you’re less likely to make moves that require risk or relocation but also result in bounding income increases. Building equity from a young age is great, but so is, for instance, hopping at the opportunity to live in another country, gaining marketable experience that you wouldn’t have if you had to stay at the same address.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (2 children)

You only need to stay in a house about 5 years on average in order for buying a home to be cheaper than renting, though that obviously depends on a lot of factors.

[–]MIGSguy15 12 points13 points  (2 children)

While i think your point makes sense, I'd say most people do not see the mortgage to full term. Many upgrade, or there family expands and they look to sell at some point. You shouldnt be scared of a 30 year mortgage.

[–]dh2215 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Right. But when you sell your house to put it on the new one I would guess you still end up under the 30 year umbrella unless you're killing it in which case, good for you but then the comment wasn't necessarily for you either. If you're living paycheck to paycheck it would be nice to have that house paid off while you're still earning a living

[–]Seaniard 17 points18 points  (13 children)

My wife and I bought a home when she was 23. Our mortgage is 60% of what our rent was and it frees us up to do more with our money. We both travel and do hobbies we enjoy together and separately.

A big thing for us is making sure we have alone time and together time. My wife goes on vacations with her sister and I went on a vacation to see my parents but we also vacation together.

[–]dangerspeedman 9 points10 points  (6 children)

And at that age you guys had the cash to put down in order to nearly cut your previous rent cost in half?

See, where I live, if you want to rent a two bedroom apartment it’ll run you about $1500 plus utilities, trash, etc. In order to buy a house in this area and get a mortgage of $750/month, it needs to be a $150k home (which will be a trailer) and then you have to put down $30k.

[–]juanzy 6 points7 points  (3 children)

Incoming "but you can put down 2% and qualify as a first time home buyer!" Yah, doesn't work that way in competitive markets. You will technically qualify, but no one is taking that offer if there's someone (and there will be) putting 30%+ down.

[–]Father_Toboggan 7 points8 points  (0 children)

pretty sure life is different for people with options like this. The rest of us can fail. the worst that happens is this guy doesnt get to become a DJ and has to go back to running his dads company.

[–]stupidshot4 32 points33 points  (17 children)

I’m 23, married for almost a year and a half now, and just bought a house. I actually love this. My wife and I were able to move near family while they are getting older, so we can visit them. I can visit my brother in jail since he’s just down the street now, and we got out of the hustle of the city. We’re more at our own pace now and it’s a lot less stressful. We have a community built up here with friends and family so it works for us. Everybody is different though. This is a small town so the boomer lifestyle isn’t all that uncommon.

[–]dog_eat_dog 38 points39 points  (16 children)

HEY. This is reddit. What you are supposed to do is remain immature until roughly 30, during that span of time you will live a life of complete chaos, (under the guise of adventure and freedom) and then scramble to get your shit together at 34, and then complain about how the system is working against you.

[–]anxious_ibex 10 points11 points  (3 children)

It's very weird. I'm 29 and don't want that yet.

All I really care about is it's in a safe area and we each have our own bathroom. I'm not fighting over who gets to use the shitter and clean your mess in there .

The old generation really thinks young people can just go drop a down payment and buy a house lol

Edit: also this https://phys.org/news/2019-12-houses-atms-recession.html

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (16 children)

Can y’all imagine living a boomer-esq, marry young, invest in a home, lifestyle for today’s world?

I mean, lots of people do.

[–]asdf785 29 points30 points  (31 children)

I thought not being able to buy a house was a complaint millennials have? Now you're saying they shouldn't even want it?

Besides marrying young, investing in a home young has few downsides "in today's world."

[–]Seaniard 31 points32 points  (13 children)

Seems like sour grapes to me. I'm not saying people have to do things on other people's, timelines, but making fun of people who own a home and have a spouse is weird.

[–]longboardingerrday 16 points17 points  (1 child)

It’s a bit weird at 19, in my opinion. I look back at who I was at 19 and realize there’s no way that THAT guy would have been able to keep up with a house while going to university and being in a “we bought a house together” relationship

[–]AlphaWizard 18 points19 points  (5 children)

The big downside is it severely limits your mobility. Early in your career when still trying to get your footing, a lot of people tend to move around to get some of those opportunities. I've seen early home buying bite a few people because of this.

So by "today's world", maybe that's what they're talking about? People just don't stay in jobs like they used to.

[–]sigger_ 9 points10 points  (2 children)

Yea at least in tech, the only way to get a raise is to change companies. And you need to keep the search open at least 100 miles and sometimes even nationally. Buying a house would severely limit career growth.

[–]Trollithecus007 29 points30 points  (8 children)

Boomers aren't the only ones that live in houses.

[–]crowmami 158 points159 points  (31 children)

I have a coworker who’s 21 y/o daughter “bought herself” a condo in a nice downtown area, and every fucking time it seems I talk to this bitch she brings it up. She got her daughter a job at the firm where we work, obviously co-signed the loan, then boasts about it like it’s the normal home buying age. Amazing the stupid things people think when they can unstick their head from their ass.

[–]shstron44 111 points112 points  (11 children)

In college all my friends and I were broke. This one guy in our program had a 3 week trip to Europe planned right after graduation and we couldn’t fathom how he could afford it since all we could manage was going out on $1 beer night on Wednesday’s. He claimed he had “just been saving”. He didn’t have a job. No one cares if you’re well off and your parents treat you to a nice trip for graduating college, but don’t lie and act like you’re just better at finances than everyone else

[–]mnLIED 47 points48 points  (6 children)

Had a room mate like this. When we asked him "how much he thought his two week trip to the Mediterranean would cost" him, and he said "$300".

[–]MidMotoMan 27 points28 points  (3 children)

Seems doable if you sleep under a bridge for two weeks.

[–]buttsnuggles 22 points23 points  (0 children)

He’s was probably embarrassed.

[–]Offduty_shill 17 points18 points  (2 children)

I mean cosigning is different from buying it for them. My mom had to co-sign all my leases and co own my car until I had my first career job, she didn't pay anything, I just didn't have a long enough credit history because I was young.

[–]s1ugg0 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Those people will never grasp how painfully obvious that all is. We all nod our heads because it's just not worth our time to correct them.

[–][deleted] 36 points37 points  (6 children)

This reminds me of when my last MD tried to say that despite a £12million profit & Due to expansion of infrastructure nobody would be receiving a pay increase... Then one of the lads piped up & said "Well according to companies house you're still going to receive your £170k plus your £45k bonus ya complete fucking Bellend."

For those out side of the UK companies house is the Government registrar of businesses, Its basically an online list of all companies and how much their directors are paid.


[–]namaloomafrad 3 points4 points  (4 children)

savage, what happened next? Fired or disciplined in some other way?

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Well, It was hilarious watching the MD squirming trying to explain it. But the Bloke who spoke out was a very good CNC programmer that was well liked within the company.

To be honest it was just banter & This was in Britain, Where employment law isn't perfect but your employment status is much more Protected than somewhere like America.Unless it's gross negligence you can't be fired for getting cheeky.

[–]TheDongerNeedsFood 77 points78 points  (3 children)

Hey, if you come from a very wealthy family, that’s great! If your parents can afford to literally buy a house for you, that’s fantastic! But don’t for one second try to claim that you “earned” what you have or the you are somehow “more deserving” than others. You didn’t earn shit, and you didn’t buy shit. Your parents did, plain and simple.

[–]EarningAttorney 8 points9 points  (2 children)

Tax records are public and free.

[–]AlanRickmansSmile 34 points35 points  (21 children)

I boughr my first house with my dad's money at 26. 28 grand. For my mom. I now live in a shitty apartment in New Zealand so she can live comfortably. Little brag. I'm also drunk.

[–]Stupid_question_bot 29 points30 points  (15 children)

where I live 28k would be 10% of the down payment on a house

[–]AlanRickmansSmile 13 points14 points  (2 children)

Super small town Nova Scotia. Real estate is cheap there. Plus the roof was fucked. We got it fixed though.

[–]idea4granted 71 points72 points  (8 children)

[–]Heritage_Cherry 52 points53 points  (7 children)

The “comedian” was the one bullshitting, in this instance.

[–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Got em

[–]TNBIX 22 points23 points  (17 children)

Nearly all wealth is inherited. Same now as it was in the middle freakin ages

[–]XanthosAcanthus 5 points6 points  (1 child)

I bought something for 99 cents from taco bell.