Son Refuses to Move Out Of Mom’s House – and He is 80!
One son refuses to move out of his 96-year old mother’s home- or even pay his way to live there. Some people are just gems of humanity. I can’t imagine my kids living with me much past the age of 20, let alone until 80.
But this guy – wow. I can’t believe that this would be acceptable behavior to anyone, anywhere, but I guess it takes all kinds. Gene Bibles dropped out of Norman High School in 1951 because he could not stand learning.
“There’s something about trying to learn stuff that is just unappealing to me,” Bibles told Saturday Magazine. “It gives me nosebleeds.”
Gene also knew he never wanted to work.
“I find work unpleasant,” Bibles said. “Either it involves having to think or physical labor. Physical labor makes my muscles sore. I don’t like that.”
So Bibles decided to just stay in his mom’s house. He moved out of his bedroom into the basement where he could more easily be alone. He spends his days sitting in a chair staring at the floor trying not to think and waiting for his meals to be delivered and his porta-potty to be emptied by his 96-year-old mother.
“I’ve done absolutely nothing since high school,” Bibles admitted. “I have spent every day just sitting down here trying hard to keep my mind empty. It’s rare for me to have a thought.”
Bibles’ siblings want to sell the family home and put their mother in a nice retirement home, but Bibles said his mother promised she would never kick him out of her basement.
“I plan to be buried in this basement,” Bibles said. “Mom said she’d pay to have the basement sealed off so it’s a tomb like the ancient Egyptians used to do. She is going to have me mummified. The house will never be sold either. Mommy set up a trust fund that will pay the taxes and upkeep of the house for at least the next 2,000 years. I’m all good.”
Glad to know you are ‘all good’, you lazy do-nothing. Seriously. If your mama needs someone to come by and beat your lazy tail, I volunteer as tribute. I have a belt and I am not afraid to use it. Shame on you for making your mother live a life of servitude towards you. I hope she puts you in a retirement home so the woman can have a least a few years of peace in her long suffering life.
Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, on Facebook, or email the author at [email protected]