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Australian bloke whinges about paying bills after moving out of parents

Australian bloke whinges about paying bills after moving out of parents
A pair of young Australian men have been mocked as 'privileged' on TikTok for over a podcast rant about having to pay bills after moving out of home.

Their comments come as a Bankwest survey found Australian parents with children still living at home expect them to move out by 23 years old, while children who still lived with their parents have no intentions to leave until they are 27 years old.Dads want children gone by 22 years old, while mums provide an extra year of grace for them until 23 years old.A pair of young Australian men have been mocked after speaking out about the shock of paying bills when they moved out of their family home.A man name Tom complained he had to split his money towards partying and 'boring crap' since moving out of his family home (pictured) '100% of my money goes towards rent, food and bills.

'That inevitably means a longer spell in the family home as aspiring homeowners save for greater deposits, face lengthy construction delays, or encounter increased competition in entering the market.A snippet of the Post-School podcast was uploaded to TikTok on Thursday by Uncle Nathan, who describes himself as a 'Gen Z blogger'.

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