The Reality Of Living At home In Your 20’s

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It may still be a little taboo, but living with your parent/s in your 20s is the new norm. According to Loughborough Uni ‘63% of [unmarried] adults between the ages of 20 and 29 live with their parents.’

living with parents

I became part of this statistic when I trudged back home after graduation, following 4 years of independence. My parents were pretty strict growing up, but I had lived a whole grown life so I thought things might be different when I came back. Wrong! I was hit with reality when I realised I was the kid again. The side eye when I came home past 11pm and sermons about what I’m doing with my life were all on the menu.

Now that I’m living at home, personal space is a thing of the past. My room seems to be the hangout place for everyone, even when I’m trying to…

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Eddie Fahrenheit – Versace

I have seen an Eddie Fahrenheit performance in the past and it was nothing short of energetic. I have not seen anyone wear a builders hat and do that much parkour in a venue; bouncing off tables , spinning on chairs. I was amazed.

As seen as his performances are abstract I would not expect a straight forward and simple video. Out of the box and inspiring me to belive in my difference. Versace plays on our desires as a society on consumerism and wants to be elite in every facet.

Lyrical favourite

My goals is Versace… I choke on Versace, I’m broke in Versace

Watch his art below!