20 Thoughts Every Student Has When Moving Out For The First Time

Moving out of your parent’s house for the first time can be pretty damn stressful, but it’s also one of those necessary evils we all have to go through. A rite of passage if you like. The basic concept of leaving home is brilliant and euphoria-inducing, but the reality is a little different when the worry sets in.


Will your meagre wages stretch to cover everything? Do adults buy blocks of cheese or the pre-sliced stuff? Do you have a can-opener that you can take with you? Can someone adequately explain what council tax is to you? Here are 2o thoughts everyone has when they leave the nest for the first time.


1. This is going to be so amazing!



2. Yeah, doing my own washing won’t be fun, but it’ll be fine…


3. I’m going to have to start going to the supermarket again, I hate the supermarket



4. I really hate the supermarket


5. But we’ll have shit loads of house parties so who cares

6. Think about all the mess though…



 7. Actually, let's leave the house parties


8. What the actual fuck is council tax?!



9. Oh God, can I even afford to do this? *checks wages frantically*


10. I’m going to have to leave all this stuff at mums anyway because the room is so small



11. What if my new housemates are awful?



12. How do you make spaghetti bolognese again?


13. How on earth can people get away with charging this much as a deposit?



14. This is getting ridiculous, maybe I should just stay at home


15. Hang on a second, this will be good. THIS IS GOING TO BE FINE

16. Stop being such a drama queen and get on with it



17. I’m going to die in a pile of nacho cheese dust and empty noodle wrappers


18. It’s too late now, this is happening



19. Is this what being an adult is all about? Spending lots of money and living in a tiny room?


20. What's the story with fabric softener? Is that even a thing? 



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Unnatural blonde with a natural gift for wrapping presents. Never had one lesson. Big fan of Sex and the City, Eddie Vedder and men who have a good strong whistle. Hope to be a responsible woman one day, but for now I'm enjoying being a child in a woman's body. Pet peeve: People who abbreve everything.

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