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You’re Good for Nothing if You Are Still Living in Your Parents’ House at 28 (Or so the saying goes.)

Explorations of being a basement dweller.

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One of the most hard-hitting insults that can be hurled at you as an adult is to be called a basement dweller.

This term does not specifically target people who live in basements when it is used as…




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James Ssekamatte

James Ssekamatte

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