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The Official Huddle Advice Thread For Young Huddlers

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This is the thread for all you older Huddlers to give us young whipper-snappers some advice on life. Shoot.

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When the kids are born, you are the least most important person in the house

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Never get married. Ever.

Ever.

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Save as much money as possible and don't use a credit card if you can't pay it off every month.

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I can't build credit if I pay it off Every month

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I can't build credit if I pay it off Every month

You are kidding right ?

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fug im almost 30...does this mean me?

Money. Don't have it don't spend it. Money's #1 enemy is women, followed closley by the government.

Building credit. More important than money. Hard to repair.

Building family relationships. More important than anything. May be impossible to repair.

Marriage. Don't do it until you're older. Even if it means simply waiting. Statistics will almost double you'll choose right and stay together.

Kids. Don't do it unless you don't love respect, money and sleeping in.

Job. Go the route what makes you happy not what pays the most. Statistics support making more in the long run by naturally becoming good at what you already love.

Never eat chinese food.

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