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    Your aunt sees that you are 38 years old, single, living with your Dad, in a superhero themed bedroom. Regardless of what people here tell you, that definitely gives the appearance that you've never grown up. Having a home with a comic room is something most people can appreciate (whether they understand it or not). Being almost 40 with a superhero bedroom at your Dad's house isn't the same thing. It's no different than an adult decorating a bedroom in a sports theme or cars, or a similar interest. Tell your aunt that she took your space if she keeps nagging you. Don't bring any dates home either if you like them. People have changed their view on comics in general, but not to that extent. Get your own place with a spare room, fix up that room to the max, and spend all your time in there. Get a nice comforter set, some curtains, and a couple of non-superhero pictures for your bedroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blunt Guy View Post
    Your aunt sees that you are 38 years old, single, living with your Dad, in a superhero themed bedroom. Regardless of what people here tell you, that definitely gives the appearance that you've never grown up. Having a home with a comic room is something most people can appreciate (whether they understand it or not). Being almost 40 with a superhero bedroom at your Dad's house isn't the same thing. It's no different than an adult decorating a bedroom in a sports theme or cars, or a similar interest. Tell your aunt that she took your space if she keeps nagging you. Don't bring any dates home either if you like them. People have changed their view on comics in general, but not to that extent. Get your own place with a spare room, fix up that room to the max, and spend all your time in there. Get a nice comforter set, some curtains, and a couple of non-superhero pictures for your bedroom.
    He shouldn't have to get his own place if he and his father are HAPPY. He also shouldn't have to rent an entire house for the express purpose of camouflaging his interests. Dude's an honest taxpayer living a life he enjoys. More power to him. If his Aunt had any suggestions worth hearing, she could try applying them to her own situation. Because there's a big difference between being a man with a job choosing to live alongside his father, and an unemployed sister choosing to live off her brother's generosity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blunt Guy View Post
    Your aunt sees that you are 38 years old, single, living with your Dad, in a superhero themed bedroom. Regardless of what people here tell you, that definitely gives the appearance that you've never grown up. Having a home with a comic room is something most people can appreciate (whether they understand it or not). Being almost 40 with a superhero bedroom at your Dad's house isn't the same thing. It's no different than an adult decorating a bedroom in a sports theme or cars, or a similar interest. Tell your aunt that she took your space if she keeps nagging you. Don't bring any dates home either if you like them. People have changed their view on comics in general, but not to that extent. Get your own place with a spare room, fix up that room to the max, and spend all your time in there. Get a nice comforter set, some curtains, and a couple of non-superhero pictures for your bedroom.

    Icant really get my own place, My father is disabled and I take care of him. I am his caretaker. So its not like I am some unemployed person living with my father and spending all of my time reading comics. My comics hobby is something I do in my spare time. And it helps me unwind from the stress of being my fathers caretaker.
    Favorite teams. Avengers, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

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