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Your parents tell you you're adopted. Your real parents are billionaires and want you to live with them. Would you leave
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26 / M / Way North
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Posted 1/28/17 , edited 1/28/17
No. But then again, I wouldn't even take any money from my real parents if they were billionaires, once I turned 18.
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26 / M / The wrong side of...
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Posted 1/28/17 , edited 1/28/17
move to the money but only for inheritance then move back to give my adopted parents what the can't afford
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28 / M / Houston
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Posted 1/30/17 , edited 1/30/17
I would give the biological parents a shot, but still would keep in touch with my adopted family. So I could gtfo at anytime.
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36 / M / SoFlo
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Posted 1/30/17 , edited 1/30/17
Why's it gotta be so black & white? Have a relationship with both. If you're old enough why do you have to live with any of them?
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19 / M / Michigan
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Posted 2/3/17 , edited 2/3/17
Yes because then I can be a SHUT IN NEET
Posted 2/3/17 , edited 2/3/17
Yes.
The question doesn't say for how long.
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28 / F / Canada
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well it depends on the relationship you have with the adopted parents, they raised and loved you. while i wouldn't mind meeting the biological parents, the parents who raised me are my real parents, so i wouldn't abandon them [especially since i have a good relationship with my parents]
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Posted 2/6/17 , edited 2/6/17
Yes.

I would do so to convince these newfound parents to help out my other family financially by guilting them with the fact that they burdened themselves for all those years.

I would genuinely give them a chance as well, and try out the rich life, but I doubt we would get along, because that's a completely different culture.
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20 / F / Remnant
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Posted 2/6/17 , edited 2/6/17
Uh... Yes? I'd then borrow money to travel back and forth between them and my foster parents. Perhaps my original parents were struggling, and would not have been able to take care of me. I would give them a chance, because I'm sure that having to leave your child behind because of your incompetence to watch over them is one of the most difficult things someone can do. If anything, I would sympathize with them.
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16 / M / Indiana
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Posted 2/6/17 , edited 2/7/17
Rich Parents - CrunchyRoll Membership and Money
Current Parents - Split up but still both awesome people.
Hard choice, how about both?
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25 / M / Washington
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Posted 2/7/17 , edited 2/7/17
Bye adoptive parents
Posted 2/7/17 , edited 2/7/17
I'd stay with my adoptive parents. I don't know who my real parents are; if we'd get along, anything like that. Plus; they got rid of me, while my adoptive parents chose me.

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30 / M / Sacramento, CA
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Posted 2/7/17 , edited 2/8/17
Only under the condition that they write me into their will as their sole heir. And then I'd buy my real parents (the ones that raised me) a big ass mansion for their troubles.
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Posted 2/7/17 , edited 2/8/17
Yes, I would have to see what could have been since the option is available in my life.
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35 / F / The Bahamas
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Posted 2/9/17 , edited 2/9/17
Live with my real parents, use their money to make my adoptive parents' lives easier.
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