Casually Explained: Moving Out

  • Published on Jun 23, 2018
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  • sister scandal
    sister scandal 23 hours ago

    *golden rule: if you’re a terrorist, don’t say you are*

  • Kevessi
    Kevessi 13 days ago +1

    Animations are godlike

  • OnixTV
    OnixTV 16 days ago +1

    Check out the song Moving Out (Anthony's Song) by Billy Joel.

  • Stranger
    Stranger 16 days ago

    One way to avoid disappointment when searching for a place to live is to find something you over-qualify for so, no matter how bad it is, at least you're saving money. That works great until you realize you don't over-qualify for anything and you'd just waste all your extra money on overpriced food and drinks and shit from Amazon.

  • dheonix
    dheonix 17 days ago

    i ended up just enlisting lol

  • Max Shibanov
    Max Shibanov 24 days ago

    this is soo sad = (

  • The Little Penguin
    The Little Penguin 28 days ago

    This video really came full circle. That was sweet :3

  • Carniez
    Carniez Month ago

    "like how to stop the government from taking away your electricity..." Yah maybe a little too casual on that one. It's the power company that does that not the government ;)

  • Andy G
    Andy G Month ago

    This is terrifyingly accurate

  • Pockets2Big Rikishi

    press 4

  • Mistah Meatball
    Mistah Meatball Month ago

    Oh look, it's one of my favorite Billy Joel songs!

  • Emilio Martinez
    Emilio Martinez Month ago

    Everyone always asks, what’s the new casually explained episode, but never, how is the causally explained stick figure

  • Kaleb Bruwer
    Kaleb Bruwer Month ago

    Looking for a place
    Starts at top of list: Okay, time to face reality I guess...
    Middle of the list: I can afford that if it's Zimbabwean dollars.
    Bottom of the list: You know, my parents are actually pretty cool.

  • Debbie Pawlik
    Debbie Pawlik Month ago

    Frickin Hilarious!!!

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  • Sisonpyh M
    Sisonpyh M Month ago

    Volume is low bro

  • Josh Sheets
    Josh Sheets Month ago

    Was that a Jordan Peterson reference? The book “the life changing magic of tidying up your room with Nietzschean philosophy” that sounds like exactly what he’s always saying lol

  • mamertvonn
    mamertvonn Month ago +1

    say-----> I'm a virgin😏

  • X
    X Month ago +2

    "Do you have a lot of sex?"

    *That one is self evident* LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • Bazz Sh
    Bazz Sh Month ago

    This video is so hilarious and on point, yet there is a freshly moved out kid in me that is crying right now ...

  • ImmortalRecon
    ImmortalRecon Month ago

    Chilling here w my noodles and lucky charms, name brand mind you. Can relate???

  • Ivan Ivanov
    Ivan Ivanov 2 months ago

    3:52 you missed girlfriend 0$

  • Lil' Lazzaz
    Lil' Lazzaz 2 months ago

    who says my signature is cursive

  • Sadia Ansari
    Sadia Ansari 2 months ago

    How Old are you? There is no way you are in your early 20's. You are too wise.

  • Edward Lalonde
    Edward Lalonde 2 months ago

    Wait, you live in Vancouver?!

  • Disasterpieced
    Disasterpieced 2 months ago

    why are the subtitles in turkish

  • Mark Blaze
    Mark Blaze 2 months ago

    this video sucks my tips are 5 million times better.

  • Mark Blaze
    Mark Blaze 2 months ago

    if you want real tips forget this video and read these (10 years experience in rental industry):
    1. moving is expensive. you dont move to save money. you spend money to move.
    2. you need a job before you move- a steady job- and savings. and don't be a fucking loser living paycheck to paycheck. you will need first month's rent and a security deposit (about same as the rent amount).
    3. roommates fucking suck but most poor fucks need a roommate and you save a lot of money with a roommate. you don't technically split the bill 50/50 (even if you do). You're legally 100% responsible for 100% of the rent even with 5 roommates. If you have a dispute with roommate you go to small claims court- your landlord doesn't give a fuck about your problems.
    4. It will cost about $1 - $2 thousand to buy all the shit you need to live alone like kitchen stuff, bathroom stuff, bedroom stuff. so be ready for that, not to mention refrigerators ($500), beds ($500), washer and dryer ($900), and most units only come with stoves/ac/heat.
    5. utilities costs vary based on size of the unit and how much you use it but expect higher electric costs in summer in hot areas and higher gas costs in winter in cold areas. you usually pay gas, electric. also cable tv and internet. if you rent a house you more likely to pay for gardener, water, trash, sewer and even hoa fees (security gates,etc), but sometimes landlord pays for these ones.
    6. you will want renter's insurance. and it might be required. it's not that much though $20-$40 a month (contact your auto insurance provider for a quote). Either get it or get fucked when you accidentally burn the place down. even a super small fire will cost $20,000 in repairs. You're financially responsible for things that are your fault in a court of law. and even damages from property getting old like water leaks are not an owner's responsibility to pay for your damaged shit (unless the owner can be proven to have caused it themselves which never happens) so your destroyed bed and clothes are only covered if you have renter's insurance.
    7. things at any house or apartment will break whether you own the place or rent it. the owner isn't responsible to pay you when shit breaks. they do have to fix the broken things but they legally aren't responsible to keep the place problem free forever. shit breaks. you might get lucky with a landlord that is accommodating and even gives you rent credits but they don't have to do it (unless the owner can be proven to have caused it themselves which never happens).
    8. late fees on rental agreements are usually pretty high- like up to $100 so dont be late. rent is usually due on the 1st
    9. if you dont pay your rent, you're going to get evicted and you will be responsible for legal fees and also have eviction on your record which means no one else will rent to you because you're the scum of the earth.
    10. a lease protects the terms of the rental agreement including the monthly rent charge. but otherwise yo are month-to-month and terms can be changed by the owner. but you can't just move out when in a lease without still being responsible for the rent. month-to-month you can give written notice to move, usually 30 day, at anytime.
    there, now you aren't a retard so you are smarter than 90% of the population.
    BONUS: don't use craig's list unless you like to get scammed out of your money. LOL at anyone that wires money to someone on craig's list without the keys in your hand. fucking retards everywhere.

  • scc 19
    scc 19 2 months ago

    but i do play drums...

  • MsDestroyer900
    MsDestroyer900 2 months ago

    Damnit, moving out in the next 2 months, what am I going to do now...

  • tomlxyz
    tomlxyz 2 months ago

    When I moved out I didn't get asked any of those questions and got the place with the first try and ended up with a helpful landlord and a nice, affordable place

    • tomlxyz
      tomlxyz 2 months ago

      +colenol MD sues not a joke, I don't live in the US

    • colenol MD sues
      colenol MD sues 2 months ago

      Funny joke.

  • Salty
    Salty 2 months ago

    I love your style of humor, it's savagely honest.

  • First name Last Name
    First name Last Name 2 months ago

    Wow this makes me want to commit scuicide

  • raccoon raccoonmusic
    raccoon raccoonmusic 2 months ago

    I couldn't wait to move out at 16.
    I moved right out of foster care, into a 1 bedroom flat.
    Went to High School, and worked 30 hours a week.
    I am so glad I learned all of my lessons between 16-19yo (Money, cooking, responsibility).
    I worked my way through college, and graduated with $0 debt.
    I never lived outside of my means, and now, at 26, am _just_ looking at getting a car, which I have been saving for for 3 years.
    There is so much hardship in life - shit times - and it's expensive as fuck. The only thing I can say, is put your head down, *work hard*, and live within your means.
    And you'll be just fine. :)

    • colenol MD sues
      colenol MD sues 2 months ago

      +raccoon raccoonmusic me too, vancouver actually. Basically a housing craphole aswell

    • raccoon raccoonmusic
      raccoon raccoonmusic 2 months ago

      Damn, yeah, i forgot to mention i live in Canada ( the capital city - which is not a cheap place to live by all means) +colenol MD sues

    • colenol MD sues
      colenol MD sues 2 months ago

      Unfortunately in most places thats impossible.

  • Joni pitkänen
    Joni pitkänen 2 months ago +1

    After year and half still living on my uncovered matress on floor

  • Matthew Clark
    Matthew Clark 2 months ago +2

    "You can start looking at places in the most expensive parts of town and then gradually lowering your standards as you come to grips with reality"

  • keith brougham
    keith brougham 2 months ago +1

    So you're from Victoria haha

  • Infamous Mustache
    Infamous Mustache 3 months ago +2

    "but three months later you'll be laying in the dark on an uncovered mattress at 3 am listening to your neighbors trying to save their marriage while wondering how long it would take for anyone to notice if you didn't wake up" damn that one caught me off guard, nearly had coffee fly out of my noise.

  • TheWingedPotato
    TheWingedPotato 3 months ago

    Moving out - Aw yeah! This is going to be awesome!
    2 months later - Aww shit

    4 years later - I wonder how many different ways I could kill myself

  • Leon Borczynski
    Leon Borczynski 3 months ago

    I wish I was dead

  • Haboo
    Haboo 3 months ago

    Someone went out of their way to translate the video to Turkish, but no one wrote it down word-for-word in English. My word.

  • alex2519602009
    alex2519602009 3 months ago

    Good rule of thumb: Ask the lanlord what utilities (water, heat, electricity, etc.) are included in the rent and whice aren't.
    I was choosing between two different apartments in the Midwest and one was about $100 more than the other. Sounds obvious which to chose until the cheaper one told me I'd be paying for my own heat, which can easily go up yo $200 in the winter.
    I chose the one that was a little more expensive in exchange for a predictable stable bill and only paid for rent, my electricity and my internet.

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  • Arr Ziz
    Arr Ziz 3 months ago

    Respect 3:27-3:58

  • Sanzhar Suleimen
    Sanzhar Suleimen 3 months ago

    what about just buying an apartment or smthn

  • Zach N
    Zach N 3 months ago

    3:26, that face he makes, dealing with the neighbors having loud sex next door 😂

  • AJ Hildebrand
    AJ Hildebrand 3 months ago

    Haha Victoria is the worst! Well, next to Vancouver anyway...

    ANAL TERROR 3 months ago

    My name is James

  • Sneaky Duck
    Sneaky Duck 3 months ago

    God this hit so close to home😂

  • one tome plz
    one tome plz 3 months ago

    School let teach kids how to do math that won’t help them tax’s and how not to let the government take all your shit na just math about x+busbfbsisjd= sibsbfjdjs

    • flibujo
      flibujo 3 months ago

      *taxes. Maybe you should've done more English rather than Maths lol.

  • Opti Hilist
    Opti Hilist 3 months ago

    As someone who was recently kicked out/had to leave a scary home situation, the whole "booting an unhatched egg from the nest" thing really struck home. *cries* Thankfully the rest of the fumy vibeo made up for it.

  • Riley Crahen
    Riley Crahen 3 months ago

    This is depressing

  • Cruise Deshevy
    Cruise Deshevy 3 months ago

    Wow that was depressing man I hope this turns out better for everyone than what was described

  • Juppie902
    Juppie902 3 months ago

    I tried going back to my original server but the admin banned me permanently i can only come back for tea and cookies sometimes :(

  • CJ Max
    CJ Max 3 months ago

    I moved out and sold a lot of drugs while my friends went to college 2 years later I work with have the college valedictorian who made it through the community colleges and I got my side job still as a sales man to making I'd say 2.5k a month

  • notagoon695
    notagoon695 3 months ago

    This dude is dope

  • Mango wishes
    Mango wishes 3 months ago

    Its been just over a year of being moved out
    I'm still struggling with my neighbors getting more sex than me :/

  • Sevensliders
    Sevensliders 3 months ago

    I'm fucking dying

  • Stephen Cantarero
    Stephen Cantarero 3 months ago

    "But don't worry, we all regret it."

  • Blank _
    Blank _ 3 months ago

    I mean your not wrong (for the most part)

  • ED8
    ED8 3 months ago +6

    Reference from your previous land lord?
    No problem, i'll ask my mom.
    Reference from your employer?
    No problem, i'll write it myself.
    How about your previous employer?
    No problem, i''ll ask my dad.

  • Imago Mors
    Imago Mors 3 months ago

    Too real dude

  • Brookie Bookie
    Brookie Bookie 3 months ago

    I aimed low, bad neighborhood, brought my shot gun. Now I aim center mass.

  • Meriel x
    Meriel x 3 months ago

    you remind me of a cross between exurb1a and bill wurtz but less motivated

  • Migix 707
    Migix 707 3 months ago

    i though the title said 'Making Out'

  • SLASHpointO
    SLASHpointO 3 months ago

    Listen to Welcome To Paradise. Pretty much sums it up

  • The Steadfast Duelist
    The Steadfast Duelist 3 months ago +2

    *You make it sound like it's implied everyone moves out of their parent's house eventually.*

  • Greg Moo
    Greg Moo 3 months ago


  • Joey Boye
    Joey Boye 4 months ago

    Living off of potatoes and protein shakes

  • Ray Satadal
    Ray Satadal 4 months ago

    The accuracy of this video is haunting.

  • Diana Haines
    Diana Haines 4 months ago +4

    This is why I appreciate my mother and how she looks at things from others perspectives, that and I am/she is hispanic. Told me that until I am financially stable (Got myself good credit) and felt ready to leave the "nest" I could stay however long I needed. Love my mother to no end for that.
    Also I mention about us being hispanic because I had noticed back when I was in school that as soon as some of my friends turned 16-17 years old they were already freaking out about where to start taking thier life outside of living with thier parents and seemed terrified and anxious. My one other hispanic friend and I didn't feel this way its a cultural thing I suppose but just throwing your child to the wind expecting them to not come back is terrible to do (I feel like) because I think that doing this to a person not only makes your child feel like a burden to the parents, but forces them to do alot of things they never knew how to do and makes them feel helpless while the parents dance at home not having to worry about having another mouth to feed. Thats just an awful way to look at your kid. If your going to have children you need to be there for them and make them feel loved and supported. It comes back to you later on.

  • Jeremy Long
    Jeremy Long 4 months ago

    His comedic timing is just, on another level

  • Ryan Smith
    Ryan Smith 4 months ago

    "The life changing magic of tidying up your room with nietzschean philosophy." - I know what book this is ;-)

  • Luiz___ MK
    Luiz___ MK 4 months ago

    Thank you

  • Maxim Bandel
    Maxim Bandel 4 months ago

    Damn you CE! That white spot in you hair is driving me crazy! It looks like a scratch on a screen and I always try to remove it just to rewind 20 seconds back.

  • ParaEwie
    ParaEwie 4 months ago

    My house's upstairs is one empty room my brother uses to test Nerf guns. My mom's and dad are planning to make me and my brother stay up there when we graduate from college until we can get house's of our own.

  • Dāku Kami
    Dāku Kami 4 months ago

    The bunny when he said "learn to cook"

  • joseph carlson
    joseph carlson 4 months ago


  • Henrique Baldin
    Henrique Baldin 4 months ago

    I love this channel so much hahahaha

  • 2wenty 7even
    2wenty 7even 4 months ago +1

    *Is it me or he really sounds like Jacksfilms* ?

  • McKenna Jensen
    McKenna Jensen 4 months ago

    Damn this is painfully true

  • Holms
    Holms 4 months ago

    Due to nature of perfectionist I've somehow managed to get all that info while being at school. I was really worried about my income in future, also as about the job which I'll work and I'll hate. I've ended up becoming IT engineer, the job I really love, and even making additional profit with my band and some solo performances in the venues. Someone would better told me that while you growing up you'll have less friends as all of the will end up with commitments one day. It's a pleasure that I still have a band where we do things together, rest than that I feel socially dead. Also there's a problem that in my country there's no much places to meet people, I mean pubs is not an option, at least in my case it's a wrong people. Need to do something together with someone, and there's almost no places left in my country where people does something together except day job, and I work from home. Anyone hope my experience makes sense to someone.

  • Type Masters
    Type Masters 4 months ago +2

    Getting thoughts about getting a job
    Everyone else: it might be hard to find but I am sure I am qualified for the job
    Me: no, they wouldn't hire me, there are other more qualified people they could hire
    Getting thoughts about getting my own apartment
    Everyone else: they wouldn't choose me to be the person to rent the apartment to, there are other better people
    Me: might be difficult to find one but I am sure I'm good enough to be chosen for the apartment
    Am I the only one who thinks like this?

  • MaximusRex
    MaximusRex 4 months ago +3

    *price goes up $1000*

  • Xuyuri
    Xuyuri 4 months ago

    I just found about your channel, I can see you put much effort into your animations.

  • ~NekoIDreamZz~
    ~NekoIDreamZz~ 4 months ago +3

    I really wanna kill myself now thanks :)

  • Timothy Rice
    Timothy Rice 4 months ago +4

    3:47 ... Check

  • Red_Doggo
    Red_Doggo 5 months ago

    Nobody talks about that one neighbor that lumbers around their apartment and for some reason slams into every wall they can.

  • Rotaluclac
    Rotaluclac 5 months ago

    Damn, my moving out experience was never like this, but I do admit my parents have been paying half my rent for the past 7 years.

  • IU's cake in Twenty Three

    1:16 ahhh Vancouver

  • Umbreon 197
    Umbreon 197 5 months ago

    Scarily accurate. I'm currently lying on an uncovered mattress with a sleeping bag.

  • Call Me Drew
    Call Me Drew 5 months ago

    WOW, you crashed my dreams. Thanks.

  • DanielWithoutNumbers
    DanielWithoutNumbers 5 months ago

    Fuck...this made me feel a lot better about when I moved out for the first time

  • Christian Peter
    Christian Peter 5 months ago

    3:40 I just realized the Jordan B. Peterson reference.

  • BowserFX
    BowserFX 5 months ago

    Can you do an apartment tour?

  • Evil Gary
    Evil Gary 5 months ago

    "RU-clip is a 'stable' career"

  • GogL0L
    GogL0L 5 months ago

    "Well technically it's only been six years and eight months"

  • Brometheus 322
    Brometheus 322 5 months ago

    “Remind yourself that you’re never going to see that person again and you have nothing to lose except all your self-esteem”

  • Wilhelm Otto Dusseldorf

    Haha. Checking account calls the shots.