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I was always so jealous of kids who got an allowance
My friend got paid for doing normal things like dishes, laundry, cleaning, BRUSHING TEETH??!! I asked my parents if they could pay me and they said they paid me with the experience of cleaning which would help me take care of myself in the future. I mean yeah but tf I want money mom
... how old were they that they got rewarded for tooth brushing? Cuz in the teens, it’s pretty much assumed you will bathe, brush, and otherwise clean yourself.
Like 10, definitely capable of brushing teeth. I specifically remember the confusion and jealousy when she said that she got paid for it. Brushing teeth was just a daily thing everyone did in my perspective (as a 10yr old)
Mostly the reason why I applied for part time jobs right away I turned 16.
We did something in between. We did not pay for "regular" chores that are just part of living in a house. Chores are part of life. One of my brothers had an issue with my nephew refusing to do chores because he didn't care about getting an allowance anymore. We wanted our kids to know that chores are a necessary part of life. You can't get out of them by giving up your allowance. However, we did pay for chores that went outside of their normal responsibilities. Cleaning your room? Regular chore. Cleaning the bathrooms? Paid chore. Your room is your responsibility but the bathrooms are used by everyone so if you take on the responsibility to clean them then I'll pay for that. My kids are teens now and generally I will pay for anything that we would pay someone else for. Washing the car, upkeep of the pool, mowing the lawn, etc. Those are all paid chores in our house.
This is a cool way of handling allowances. I would have really liked this kind of a system when I was a kid.
Would you rather: “get allowance but don’t have a home to live in” OR “have a home, but don’t get allowance” Yea me too, I would choose allowance.
For real. I got lunch money for school and I got to keep the change. And money for grades.
Yo you got lunch money?
Look at this guy tryna flex that he got lunch money
If it makes you feel any better.. I got an allowance as a kid into my teens, and it may not have been a great deal. In my late 20s, I lived with a single mom and her kid. Mom didn't offer any kind of allowance, oh no, but kid was old enough (14-17 while I lived there) to form a dialogue with me and share. She may not have gotten an allowance, but I'll tell you right now, if she asked her mom for something, she would probably get it if it was reasonable. I had to scrimp and save for stuff like new clothes for school, which usually came from the cheapest place possible, while single child here got to take her mom to American Eagle and shop for the premium stuff. It made me realize that allowances aren't always that great, since giving $5/wk (what I got) could allow the parent to dump off $20/wk worth of expenses and just say "save it if you want nice things lol" and I would be screwed. It was pretty nice in some ways, but honestly, if I had the choice, I would've chosen to not have an allowance and just figure out the money thing when I got my first job.
The people who got allowances are real quiet right now. I really want to know how much y’all got
I feel guilty almost reading all these comments. I get £50/week ($80ish) but I mostly just use it to buy food after school. I know how lucky I am, and I save what I don’t spend.
$80 A WEEK??? How the hell did you manage that?
He was the king of arse kissing. He really has earned that title believe you me.
I’ll believe you when you prove it ;)
Fine, **PERKINS** "Yes sir?" Get nosh and get him to kiss this queer guys arse, since he has apparently already laughed it off it shouldn't be a challenge.
queer gal, and trust me this is no laughing matter ;)
Ah my apologies, and I find that after nosh has kissed your arse every matter becomes a laughing matter. Now where is he **PERKINS** hurry the hell up.
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Ma'am when it comes to matters of arse kissing I am never wrong.
I got $2 a day at school and that was for lunch only. A slice of pizza was $2.50 in 2001 so I mainly lived off 2 20 oz sodas until I got home. Super unhealthy but I got my first job in 2002 so I always had lunch off campus.
I got 5 dollars if I got good grades at the end of the period ;-;
Damn, I was like you until they found out I spent it on weed and acid.
I’ve never understood...why drugs? You could have splurged on so much more materialism if you didn’t pay top dollar for drugs lol
Cause when the drugs opened his third eye he realized he didn’t need material objects
Drugs are way more fun than having things, you obviously haven't done drugs
You’ve clearly never tried drugs
Christ, I got ¥500 (~$5) a week, and that was only if I had kept my room clean and been on my best behavior and didn't get into any arguments with my parents/siblings. Needless to say, it was an amazing month if I got ¥1000. I was a shitty kid...
I know, I got $60 but this was also supposed to pay for my lunches. If I skipped lunch all week I could buy a video game :)
I got $2/week in Middle School (1994-1997) $10/week in High School (1997-2002) I usually used it to buy stuff my mom wouldn’t; like hair mousse, ice cream, nail polish, CD singles, chips.
I got weed, tbh. As a 16-17 year old when i *started* getting an allowance, my dad just looked at me and said "You can choose money or weed, I know what youre trying to spend it on anyways" I chose weed, He did indeed know what i was trying to spend it on. In his defence, He would rather know i got reliable stuff instead of what teenagers could pass off as drugs. Win-win imo. Edit: As per amount, 10 dollars worth (a gram) at the end of the week for every extra chore i did aside from the ones expected from a teenager
You should see if he has any crack rocks, those things are supposed to be awesome !
I got five dollars a month starting at 10 and it increased to $15 monthly before I started making my own money at 16. This was in the ‘80s. Some people here are throwing shade at allowances but I learned how to manage money with those small amounts, even saving for pricey items. I learned there were things I had to cut in order to buy something I wanted more.
I don't think anybody has a real problem with a small allowance, it's just that many people grew up poor and couldn't even get that. Plus you see some folks who got absurd allowances.
Ngl I got more than I probably should have. In high school my dad made a point of wanting me to focus on school and not get a job, so he gave me $200-$300 a month as long as my grades were good. When he was a kid he had to work his ass off and barely had time for school, he wanted different for his kid.
I got $20 USD a month in middle to early highschool and then got $50 a month for the last couple years of high school. I would get an additional 5-10 for washing and cleaning their cars. I was responsible for all my clothes and filling up with gas if I used their cars and it went to empty but all other necessities my parents provided.
I got my age a month. My parents by me most of my stuff so i just saves it till theres something big i wanna get.
I got about $10 per week in middle school, increased to $20 per week in high school, then I got a job pretty soon after I turned 16 and made $160-200 per week. I would save most of the allowance for new skateboard decks and CDs.
i got $7.50/wk from the time i was like 10 until i got a job at 17 (2006-2014). also got 25c taken off if i forgot to do a chore, and got 50c added for anything extra i did. my parents also paid for good grades, i think it was like $25 for every B and $50 for every A, but that didn't start until high school.
I got $40 every other week. If I did my chores. $20 was for lunch, which was $10/week. The other $20 was allowance. I was dumb and lazy tho and bought school lunch. My sister packed so she got twice the allowance I did.
My parents wanted us to know how to budget our money. Once we spent it, that was it. They also taught us that it can be taken away as a consequence (it was fair). I started with 25 cents at the age of 5. Back then I could buy candy and a soda. I got raises every year. 50 cents at 6. Then it slowed down of course. We were not well off. Then my dad made a great income by the time I was in high school. Parents got tired of us asking them for money all the time. So my dad decided, at age 16, that I would get $100 a month. But I had to buy my own clothes with it or fun money. He said once it is gone, that is it - “do not come to me asking for more. I don’t want to hear it. Once it’s gone, I will have to wait until the next time.” It really taught me to budget my money to this day. They also talked to me about the “why” and helped me throughout. Taught me to save for what I want. I am now still using this system with my partner, he also loves it, in regards to allowance. It is predictable, realistic, and budget friendly. We can also increase or decrease when needed due to finances. I feel that the way they did it was more about teaching us how to manage money and also earning it. I am so grateful as it was a great lesson learned.
I think I got like $5/week in total for doing a bunch of chores (dishes, sweeping, mowing the lawn, etc.).
I got 10 EGY pounds (which at the time was £1/week). Then I got £85/ month when I moved in with my grandmother (I moved country when I was 17 without my parents for educational reasons). It was mostly to save for Christmas gifts, a phone when mine died permanently and clothes.
I got £20 a month for doing odd jobs. That only lasted for about 2 months because after that I started working for my granddads gardening company (at 14) which lasted 2 years and has made me want to be rich when I'm older so I can hire my own gardener so I never have to do it again.
Started out at 1 dollar a week until late into middle school when it got upgraded to 5 a week and then for a few years before college I was up to 10 a week in the early 2010s.
20 every month for about 7 month. It was awesome.
$5 per week for me, assuming I did my chores. I think it’s a good way to teach kids about earning money, I plan to do it with my kids.
Wasn’t necessarily allowance but I got 4 bucks a day for school lunch… but I just ended up not eating and saving it
I believe my dad would give me and my siblings 20 each weekend but stopped giving us when we got older :/
I did a paper run most of my life and earnt 2$, (helped mums friend, as in the folded and I delivered them) As I got older I took up my own one and got a whole 60$.... ripped off beyond anything, boy was I angry about that.
I got $50 a week but that was mostly for gas since we lived 30 miles from the school and my car was a old f150 that I got for free.
$20 every other week, as long as I did all the yard work and took out the trash
Damn these comments seem to be a competition of who had the worst childhood lmao
I was thinking the same thing. I thought I was gonna get roasted for my paltry allowance but I realized I was kinda lucky lol.
In reality, most may not have gotten "allowances" but was bought luxuries more than just food and shelter. They got them regularly but never registered as an allowance. Most people here had more privileged lives than they are willing to admit. Source: guy who never got an allowance but things were still regularly paid for me which is basically the same thing.
“An allowance?!? You get food and a roof over your head!!” ~my mother
Oh god i feel this. Like cmon man, thats what youre LEGALLY REQUIRED TO DO
Jfc so many people had shitty sadistic parents it's saddening.
Went from a fucking awful house to a not-as-bad-but-still-bad house
What's more baffling is how so many people are justifying it and wearing it as a badge of honor. Fucking cope.
Nah like when i eventually get kids, ill give em an allowance that'll go up for continued good behavior and go down for bad behavior. Its great practice for money management
That's okay, but some of them seem to be proud of their unreasonably small amount of freedom they had. Also, you don't want to throw kids directly into the adult world. You also wanna spoil them just a little. Not everything has to be an economy lesson lol.
Lmao it wouldnt be purely for exp, itd be a bonus
Yooo for fuckin real. I maaaaybe got paid helping with something here or there.
i don’t get an allowance i’m 17 and work 40 hour weeks :’(
A friend of mine left home at 16 because of an abusive father. She paid her own rent by working at the Dairy Queen evenings and she still graduated high school with good grades. Allowances aren't always a thing.
i had to leave school because of my parents crackpot business ideas
I wish you success in life and I'm sorry it's tough right now.
in this moment i want nothing more than for someone to shoot me squarely between my eyebrows
It will get better friend, it might be hella tough now but you're getting so strong from working through this! I really wish you all the best, keep your head up and learn to be proud of the strength you have at this young age ❤️
Hey! Easy there! Brain damage won't make your life better. Take it from me.
Is that even legal?
and yes it is legal because i don’t go to school
shhhh the tax man doesn’t have to know
It is in Australia. And pretty regular for a apprentice tradesmen.
None of us got an allowance as kids. Every single one of us had jobs as soon as we could and we're buying our own school supplies, clothes, and anything else we wanted. Granted, there were 7 of us, and 4 of us were damn lucky to be adopted by such great people. But no one was getting much in terms of hand outs in that house lol.
sounds pretty rough man. imo a parent ought to support their kid entirely until they’re 16
Allowance? You mean the pennies I picked up off the ground.
Everything under the couch cushions was already taken, eh?
The early bird gets the couch change.
2€, so I was able to buy a pack of pokemon cards every two weeks.
$0 a week.
I had a job.
Zero cash but rich in beatings
Thats not a brag
I was allowed to use the bathroom if I yelled loud enough that my parents could hear me. They'd come and unlock my bedroom door from the outside, then lock it back after I was finished in the bathroom.
I never got an allowance, unless you wanted to count the $20 I got for a weeks worth of lunches at school as an allowance. I’d sometimes go without lunch to save it if I knew there were plans for that weekend or if we wanted to go off the campus grounds to have lunch in an actual restaurant. I was barely given extra money for things, usually my parents would just give me the money needed to buy my movie ticket and maybe a drink if I was lucky. Sometimes if my grades were good enough on a report card they’d give me a certain amount per letter grade ($20/A, $10/B...etc). Starting around age 12-13 I was kind of forced to take babysitting jobs for money, and the day I turned 16 I was marched down to the local grocery store where my mom worked and was hired on the spot. After I learned to drive and spent the weekends driving 4(minutes to an hour to see my mom, asking her for gas money once nearly started a huge family fight so I never asked for money again. Lol.
Zero but I got to use our tools to do yard work at others AND keep the money.
I stole and sold drugs lol
I never got an allowance but I had a friend that got an allowance of $200 a month starting her freshman year. she didn't get a job until her senior year and she only worked for three weeks. she still does not have a job and she's graduated going to college. we are not friends anymore.
I mean…I got $100/month for all of high school and never had a job until getting to college. My parents just wanted me to focus on school and we were fortunate enough that I didn’t have to work. Maybe things were the same for this girl and her family? People tend to talk about kids with no jobs and nice allowances as if they’re spoiled but…they’re still just kids? My parents worked hard so that my brother and I would be able to focus on school without outside stress and I realize that’s a luxury, but it doesn’t necessarily mean we never had to work for anything.
Not gonna lie, that’s pretty much what I get….I use it mostly for food though. I do have a part time job, and I tend to save all my money for college in particular as I will be paying my own way through it.
that's how to do it. I'm mostly salty that her parents hand her everything and she doesn't try to work for anything which in turn makes me salty that she gets $200 a month. good on you for working and saving your money! that's the way to do it. good work ethic :)) I know people have different lives I just wish people realized their privilege, which she did not lol
When I was younger my parents tried to make a chore list for my brother and I where we would get paid an allowance at the end of the week. On the 3rd day my brother got into an argument with my mom because she asked him to take out the trash and apparently it wasn't on his chore list. My dad took down the chore list either that night or the next day because he didn't wanna keep hearing them argue. Thanks a lot Jay, you couldn't have at least waited until after we got payed to make a fuss?
I got all the pasta in tomato sauce I could eat. Also, a room with a bed and clothes for school.
Never got cash allowance, but what I did get were “big bucks”, which were large, fake dollar bills I could redeem for treats and, if I got enough, toys. I had to do chores for them though, and when one of my uncles pointed out that a single big buck was about .10 cents and I got 5 big bucks per week…. Well, the plan my mom implemented failed lol.
I was allowed to live.
I never ate lunch a single time in high school. For four years I kept the lunch money to spend on what I wanted.
That seems like a completely flawless idea
and its a great way to stay in shape
No allowance, conditions the individual/herd to work for free later on. Murica ! We value your suffering.
What the hell is a-laow-whence? Never heard of it
My best friend was forced to pay rent as a child…no joke.
I was as well, in a roundabout way. My folks had a side business that I had to put 40+ hours into weekly to stay in the house.
That is cruel. Give your kids whatever you can to help them succeed.
you guys are getting allowance?
I always was envious of kids who got an allowance
I only ever get money on my birthday or when the school year ends and my grandpa gives me 20 bucks Are allowances really that common of a thing? I've always thought of that as being a rich person thing
I didn't get an allowance. However I did get money for birthday and Christmas, and if I mowed the lawn (which isn't like a 5 by 5 metre bit of back garden, it was at least 10x that), I got I think £25? And it would likely take around 5 hours for it to be perfect so that's £5 an hour, which was less then minimum wage at the time. I consider myself very lucky, because I had enough to buy a few things I wanted, but not enough to spoil myself. I had to do other chores (washing, emptying dishwasher, setting table, etc). If I have kids of my own (which I think isn't too likely), the only thing I'd change is I would give them an allowance of maybe £20 a week, but they can't access the money until they've set themselves up (Job, renting a flat, etc). Then we can talk about spending it on a car or put it towards a house.
You're creating a trust not giving them allowance at that point.
Same. I got money when I started working at a job. When my grades dipped, money was offered as compensation for raised scores. Funny, because neither parent encouraged us to go to college. That was about it.
I never got an allowance. If I wanted something I had to wait for Christmas or my birthday. Because of this I had zero self control when it came to money and immediately got and maxed out a credit card the instant I went to college.
Funny how that works. So did I.
my mum made me get a job when i was 15 to "help" pay her rent (she used most of her money at the casino) so i sold her weed.
Yeah my mom *tried* the allowance thing. It ended with almost all the dishes hidden behind the garage, and one *severely* angry mother.
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In middle school I was not given an allowance, but had a job: clean the entire house for $20 (it took all weekend, but it was good money in the late 70s), and kept me out if trouble. I didn't exactly appreciate the "opportunity" at the time. When I turned 16 I was able to get a more interesting job as a waitress. I saved most of the money and used it for college. My friends who got allowances just wasted it partying. I now appreciate what my parents were teaching me. Thanks Dad! Happy Father's Day
As a Gen X parent of Gen Z kids I appreciate this
I got lunch money to go to school.
I got a paper route as soon as I could. 13 or 14. You earned your allowance by running a business. Saved up so I could "buy a car" when I turned 17. PS- I came home on my 17th birthday on a Kawasaki. Mom cried, dad said, "Whoa, cool". How about a ride?"
Until I was 18
3$ from 90-97 when I got a car and my Ls. My parents just about took that away when I said mowing and shoveling should be paid separately.
I didn't get allowance as a kid, but neither did most of the kids I went to school with. We lived in a poor area so nobody's parents made enough money for all that.
Fuck, I wasn't even allowed to live there after a year.
Talk about spot on, this is it.
I got “lunch money.” I realized later on I was on the free lunch list so this was a ruse….
I was allowed a room for myself kinda until my brother started crying because I took something out of his hand because he was gonna throw it at me then grab and pull my hair.
Wtf is an allowance?
Basically, parents give their kids money every week, sometimes for doing chores/work, or sometimes for no reason at all. You know, rich people shit.
I had a job that paid minimum wage lol
$5 a week
Age 13 came around, so my parents let me babysit. Age 16 came, my parents got my a job application.
I mean I used to get two dollars a week, then it went to 5, and now it’s at 10. I barely use it, ever, but I just save up for new expensive stuff
My siblings and I got paid every-other-week the same amount as our age (so when I turned 16 I was getting $8 per week, effectively) to cover basic household chores. I was responsible for: taking out the trash, maintaining one of the living areas (living room, family room, kitchen) on a weekly rotating basis with sibs, and split mowing/shoveling duties with my Dad. edit: I see ppl including timeframes... I graduated HS and stopped getting an allowance in 2003.
I only got an allowance once I was driving. Which was about $20/week (enough to fill up my hand me down SUV).
Yep, no allowance and forced to go to work the day I turned 14. Also, dad scammed me for thousands as he would have his accountant do my taxes. Always wondered why my friends got so much money back when I worked more than them and then one day found out my dad's company was "paying me" so that he could get a tax credit and that my returns went into paying his business taxes.
$5 every 2 weeks until I got a job at 14.
My Parents didn't understand the concept of allowance. They didn't give us money for anything. When i was 6 , i asked for money for a school trip and my parents told me i needed a job
I got “a roof over my head” and that was my allowance lol
I got €100 (roughly $120/130) per month. Besides that, my parents still gave me money for the vending machines at school, clothes and stuff like that. Never had a job outside of school. Mainly because of mental health issues (too socially anxious, being bullied, in the closet and some unresolved trauma’s (which weren’t discovered at that time yet)). Obviously, parents noticed, but instead of getting me professional help, they just kept giving me material things, thinking it would make me feel better. Not mad, though. They did what they thought was the right thing. All with love. In hindsight, I’ve always regretted not having a job in my teen years. It does make you a more mature, responsible person and it helps you grow into the next phase of life (college).
They made me pay rent. I was 14.
There’s 13 years before that
I couldn't work before then so I didn't have to pay rent.
I didn’t get an allowance but my dad owned a movie theatre and paid me to work there. It was a really fun job and I basically saved every penny.
My allowance was calculated and determined, but I never got it. Then whenever I brought it up they were like "OH haha you think I'm giving you [total amount promised]? No no, that's too much, plus we just bought you a nice shirt"
I had a job
My dad would give me 20$ occasionally. I’d spend it on weed. Dad: where’s that 20$ I gave you for gas? Me, red eyes: I bought my friends burritos
I got some money but pretty sure it wasn’t double digits. Pretty wrecked to think that some kids were lucky to have enough to eat.
None. I had my first job at 14.
I hated the 'you get a place to live' thing for a couple reasons. 1. They were bad parents and I didn't want to be there but I could not escape. 2. Legally, they have to give me a place to live, or the government will give them one in prison. You brought a child into this world, guaranteed with mental problems from my dad's side and cancer from both, don't help them at all when they are suicidal and depressed, and then won't even give out a 5 dollar bill at the end of the week.
My "allowance" in highschool was only gas money and lunch money. I'd get $10 a week for lunch and mom would give me cash or her debit card for gas.
Hell, I didn't even get that much. I had to work 40 hours minimum fixing trucks for my stepdad's business, in addition to all the housework that was my responsibility. Then school on top of that, anything less than an A added to my timesheet.
"It's a free meal what are you bitching about?"
What the heck is allowance? I got a job as soon as I turned 16.
I got $5 a week for mowing my lawn!
Nahm sayin! Allowance lol
I had an allowance as a kid but not as a teenager. My parents just sort of bought me stuff if i asked. However, i didn’t abused it and never bought anything expensive or excessive. Now that I’m working i can buy what i want with my own money without asking but still responsibly as always.
Never had a weekly or monthly allowance but my dad did give me $20 for every A I got on my yearly report card.
I got $20 once
Uhm. Idk. If I had to go after school to the dollar tree she’d give me like 4 bucks sometimes but other times she wouldn’t give me anything, even if we were going to the store. And other than that, nothing.
If I made my bed every day, vacuumed and dusted the house, did laundry, cleaned my bathroom, and kept my grades up, I’d get $2 per week. I ended up doing none of those things, and therefore no allowance…
I don't remember what I got, but it wasn't much and was contingent on doing chores that I was a shithead about not doing. Now both of my kids get $10 a week, flat rate. One just graduated from high school and the other from college and I don't plan on stopping (they're automatic transfers) because fuck it you should always be able to get yourself a cup of coffee and a little breakfast on Monday morning.
I love the way parents will drag innocent lives into their poor choices, and then act as if those lives owe them a favor.
Is it technically allowance if it's life insurance money from your mother's death?
I got five bucks if I did my chores plus another $15 in spring and summer if I mowed the lawn and helped with other household maintenance. Pretty sweet deal, honestly. Plus I learned how to replace siding and drywall and other basic home maintenance. Definitely grateful for those lessons. Edits because dad never taught me to proof read my reddit comments
I got roughly 25% of my paycheck as a kid. Worked since I was 12.
hell no bro. I got a 1 dollar allowance as a small kid, but it was more like a "reward" for doing my chores. After I was 7 or 8 the money went right out the roof lol.
I got $10 a week if I took the trash out and mowed the grass/shoveled snow. I guess it wasn't really an allowance more like a paycheck but I also got room and board.
There was a 2 to 3 month stint where my dad gave me an allowance of $80 a month and the first or second month I got it I spent practically all of it on a video game and strategy guide. Showing him I had no ability whatsoever to budget what I was given lol. Then I stopped getting an allowance. After that he'd just give me the cash for movie tickets, etc if I asked. Kinda wish he did incentivize grades with money though...I may have been a better student lol
would you say working w your father during the summer & taking some of his cut (paycheck) as an allowance ?
5 dolla a week
I never got a regular allowance, but if I was going out with my friends or something my mom would sometimes give me money
I was allowed not to get the shit kicked out of me if I did my chores and homework
My allowance was anything below 10 bucks if I wanted to go to the convenience store or 20 bucks if I wanted to go to a restaurant. Also the quarters I scrounged up. That’s it,
I got like $5 a week (mid 2000s)
Once I got 2 paper routes, it was $80 every 2 weeks.
Wait isn’t it normal?
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