Woman hits back after being criticized for living with her parents aged 25
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People are flooding to social media in solidarity after a TikToker hit back at criticism for still living with her parents at the age of 25.
Amid a cost of living crisis, living at home certainly has many appeals. Whether it's staying - or moving back in - with your parents to pay much cheaper rent - or even no rent at all - or simply because you love your mom's cooking, many have chosen to opt for their childhood homes recently.
However, it's a divisive topic and one TikToker has come under fire for admitting she still lives with her parents at the age of 25 years old.
TikToker Saby - who goes by @sabyhesri on the platform - has taken to her page to hit back at another user who criticised her decision to live at home.
The comment reads: "Girl, you're 25 and you're living at your parents house still."
And in Saby's response to the commenter, posted on 20 September, she certainly hasn't held back.
The TikToker continues: "And like I'll never live with my parents again after I get married and move out. These are the only years I have."
Although, Saby admits it isn't a completely straight-forward decision remaining at her parent's house.
"Sometimes I'm like, 'I really gotta go I'm getting old. I'm expiring at this house,'" she continues. "And other times I'm like, 'I'm just a chicken. I'm just a baby.'"
However, ultimately, the TikToker admits she thinks she'd be 'so lonely and bored' and argues her job 'doesn't require [her] to move out and live alone' and 'she's single' so would just 'stare at the walls all day'.
"Is that what you want me to do?" The TikToker resolves.
Other TikTokers have flocked to the post, many quick to reassure Saby she's made the right move and to ignore the haters.
One user said: "Girl don't listen to anyone. Living alone is overrated."
"I have 12 siblings, our ages range between 50 and 28, and we all live with my mother," another commented.
A third wrote: "What should I say. I'm 30 and still at my parents."
And a final resolved: "Saby you don't need to explain yourself you do you! Haters are going to hate anyways."