Watch: Girl lives in her parent's shed to avoid paying rent, but this is no ordinary shed
The Zoomers are coming up with very creative ways to avoid paying rent. Such as camping out in their parent's sheds.
This chick on TikTok gave a tour of her shed home after a viewer commented she "lives in a f**king shed". To which she responded, "I do live in a shed. This is my shed." But this was no ordinary shed. I've never seen a shed this nice in my lifetime.
Reply to @delaney002 i love my rent free shed
The shed is the size of a studio apartment and fully equipped with a walk-in closet, heater, and air conditioner. It also has a large bed, tapestry, television, desk, and a nice garden view. It doesn't have a bathroom or kitchen, however. She has to go into her parent's house for those, which seems quite inconvenient.
In a follow-up video, she responded to viewer's questions about the bug situation: "Honestly, I don't have an issue with spiders or mosquitos or flies. I have the door and the window open right now, and there is not a single fly in here. I do have to be concerned about leaving food out, though, because of ants." I need to know how what kind of bug spray she's using, cuz this seems a tad unbelievable. I don't know how the shed could possibly repel bugs even with the door wide open all the time.
In an earlier TikTok, she said she always thought she would get a job, move away, and go to an out-of-state school. But instead she went to college in her hometown, moved into her parents' backyard, and became a "stoner." The American dream.
Now, obviously, living in your parent's backyard as an adult isn't ideal, no matter how cool the shed is. But since making this video, it looks like this chick actually did move out to Salt Lake City, Utah. So maybe the shed life was just a transitory phase. And a pretty cool one at that.
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