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The man-baby is finally facing the music

My brother is 31 years old. In his time on earth, he has not had to lift a finger to keep any of his needs met. He dropped out of college after less than half a semester because he could not bother rolling out of bed before noon to take the car our parents got him to class. He's worked a combination of 2 and a half months in his entire life. He lost his first job at a dairy queen because he swore at a mother over the drive-through speakers, and lost his second because he got caught stealing from the till of a family-owned restaurant. He has spent the last 8 years rolling out of bed at 2 pm to do nothing but play video games and troll discord servers to find someone just as pathetic as him to hang out with. It does not help that he's an annoying, violent, self-centered brat who would push my parents in front of a bus for the thrill of the dopamine hit.

My parents always tried their best with us. They gave us everything we ever needed in life and then some. They have always been more than understanding to all of their children. For me and my two siblings who are worth something, it lead to incredible performances in academia, well-paying jobs, and an amazing start to our adult lives. I wish I could comend them for the 75% success rate. But, they have allowed the man baby to sit in his cradle and make demands for 31 years too long. And now, they find themselves with an overgrown toddler who sits in the attic playing valorant all day while cursing my mom out when she dares to ask him to clean up the rotting garbage he spreads across his room.

Last year, dad had a stroke. He is now at a point where he needs 24-hour care from a professional. My mother is burned out. She retired when dad had the stroke to take care of him, and it's done more damage to their relationship than 33 years of marriage could ever do. It does not help that they are perpetually harassed by the child demanding his dinner be delivered to him while he screams at teenagers over the internet.

Me, all my human siblings, and my parents have been talking for months now about solutions. At the beginning of the month, we decided dad is going to a care center. Mom will sell the house to move to a 55+ community close to dad, and the man baby will hopefully find a box with an internet connection. Mom and dad have always protected him, but my guess is the stroke finally woke them up to the reality of the situation. Yeah, it sucks, and they are to blame for allowing him to get to this point. But, there comes a time to cut your losses and admit you messed up and move on. It's a shame all of the man babies' siblings, including myself, hate his guts. None of us care what happens to him, and it's interesting to say that out loud now that I think about it.

I got the privilege to be there yesterday when he got the news. Mom's going to be moving in with sis till the house sells, dads going to the care center next week, and movers will be clearing the place out starting pretty much now. He has a month, the eviction process is already rolling. The non-emergency line already knows that his temperamental and violent behind has been served and is ready to respond if he does something stupid. Oh, and our firefighter neighbor will be over in only a few minutes if he needs his ass put in gear on short notice.

It was wonderful. His meltdown was legendary. He actually stomped his feet and screamed that it's not fair. Said he was going to sue us all, screamed in an elderly man's face saying he wants to kick his ass. He demanded to know what we were going to do to help him find a place to live, how much money we were going to give him to make sure he didn't end up on the streets, asked what he's supposed to do about the fact he was saving his money to buy a new graphics card. He somehow still does not understand exactly what he is now facing. He's now not talking to mom or dad, he's locked himself in his room since last night and only comes out to use the restroom and take food from the pantry that will not be filling itself anymore. It's great as my brother is staying there and working remotely to make sure he does not try anything, and to update me and my sister on the man-babies tantrum.

I'm looking forward to the next month, it will be the best reality television I've seen in a while.



Quick update:

The man-baby has not gotten violent, luckily. He has made everyone's life a living hell, however. He says he's found a place to live though and says he'll be out by the end of the month

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Sounds like my uncle...he told us he's waiting for my grandparents to die so he can keep the house. Jokes on him though my grandparents will says the house is going to my mom.

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That was my uncle.

He was FURIOUS when he found out my grandmother not only deeded the house and property to my mom (who has now deeded it to me, 20 years later), but that my mom was now her financial, legal, and medical POA, and the gravy train had ended.

He tried to scream about suing her. Mom simply told him she would see him in court over the fraud he committed in Granny’s name. That shut him up.

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Careful with that. I dunno what the relationship is like but my mom's brother convinced my grandfather in his final months that he had cared for him way more than any of my aunts or my mom...ended up getting the will changed without telling anybody and now he owns a multi-million dollar house, which in the original will was supposed to be sold and split amongst all siblings.

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My dad was like this. Spent his whole, wasted life drinking and smooching off my grandparents. He actually said to my mum, when they were in their early 30’s, that he couldn’t wait til his parents died so he could get their money. That was the final straw for her, thankfully she left and we had little to do with him.

Jokes on him, he died of liver cancer aged 60. His mum turns 101 next month.

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Is that in their will? Is their will registered so that the government can enforce it should he try any funny business.

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Yup. My uncle had his son steal my grandparents car when my grandfather died. Because it was supposed to go to my aunt for taking my grandfather to cancer treatments for years. My uncle didn’t like that so my cousin STOLE THE CAR PUT OF MY AUNTS DRIVEWAY AND PARKED IT IN THEIR DRIVEWAY 🤦🏼‍♀️

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Tell them to get a trust and the will needs to be very specific that the uncle doesn’t not get it. Period. Wills are not iron clad. Talk to a lawyer now.

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Sounds like my uncle. He mooched off my great grandmother until she had to go to a nursing home. He bounced around states to mooch off different relatives until he wore out his welcome. Literally got set up with a car, apartment and job and still fucked it all up. Last I heard he's homeless somewhere down south. He doesn't talk to us anymore.

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Dude no offense but I've seen 4 different true crime episodes about a man child who was facing having to move on his own and he bought a gun and shot a bunch of people.

This man does not have the mental capacity to deal with this at all.

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That’s what I thought. He might fuck around and end up in jail!

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Seconded. He’s going to hit that “nothing to lose” phase, and try to collect some life insurance money, because he thinks his life is over if he has to live on the street…or work, haha!

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Ikr!? I thought the same thing about what if he goes on a rampage. But OP said in the other comment he is a coward and won't do anything so i hope nothing happens

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I was about to say this, one of my parents neighbors had a similar situation. Dead-beat 30-something son who lived at home with his wheel-chair bound father, working mother, and college bound sister. When the sister was on her way out the parents sat everyone down and laid down the law finally, said they were going to sell the house, and buy a condo on the beach somewhere and the son could figure out what he wanted to do on his own.

After the daughter was gone the mother didn't show up for work for 3 days and they couldn't reach her or her husband so they called in a wellness check. Son tried to hide it at first but he'd poorly buried them in the backyard, he'd waited till his sister was gone for a day and stabbed them both to death.

So /u/Frequent_Gas6500 I'd be real careful about your man-baby situation till he's gone and your parents are free and clear.

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