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[–] Proxima 0 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago 

Literal hipster bridge troll. The whole "minimalist housing" trend is very cucky.


[–] Soyboy69 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

Honestly minimalism in most things is pretty cucksumerist. it usually results in you paying more for less and then needing something larger at a later date which you then have to dump more money on.


[–] lanre 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Minimizing your expenses, sure. But I think selling minimalist stuff to people is a good way for companies to sell less for more, and get people to accept less.


[–] AmaleksHairyAss 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Minimalism isn't about living without stuff you need, and it's not about buying things that are too small or not right for you. It's about only getting and keeping things that you'll actually use and appreciate. It can be as simple as throwing away any non-consumable thing you haven't used in over a year.


[–] ThirteenthZodiac 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

The whole "minimalist housing" trend is very cucky.

I don't believe in owning things that I cannot move. That includes a house: why would I want to tie myself to a given parcel of land for twenty, thirty years?

No thanks. I get that the "tiny home" community is full of hipsters and communists, but in my mind, it's an excellent solution to the housing problem (and by "housing problem" I don't mean the lack of housing, necessarily, I mean the problem that is a house).


[–] NeoGoat 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

How about a boat, trailer, or RV/pickup w camper?

As far as tying yourself to land, that depends upon your personality and employment. If you love the area, have a secure source of income anod/or a family, it can be quite sensible.


[–] Goat-Master-5000 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

You know that millions of people don't want to live like wandering gypsies, right? People "tie themselves to a given parcel of land", because they want to have a home.....that provides them with a sense of permanence and belonging. My family had a home for decades, but due to family we don't. As a result, I feel very disconnected to things around me. The only way I'll regain that feeling, is if I find a permanent home again.

Permanently living as a wandering gypsy just sounds too depressing for me.


[–] Justsomeone 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

That is actually a pretty interesting point of view that I hadn’t ever considered.


[–] Cat-hax 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

That's fine, more for us and cheaper since who ever is selling wants it gone now.


[–] Mr_Wolf 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Its what's coming.

What I mean is coffin apartments