IAFG wrote:When I consider my non-sticker debt, my non-NY tax rate/rent and my omg-are-they-kidding salary, I just don't have any patience for this complaining. We make sick money. Our debt load is unpleasant, but temporary. On top of that, we're incredibly young and inexperienced. Who can look at all that and say with a straight face that the situation is merely minimally acceptable? You're an entitled twat.
Keep it civil. Why are you so mad?
We JUST went through a budget that said if you want to pay off your sticker debt in 4 years you have to live off 40K a year. We JUST agreed that after 4 years, you may be out.
The reason you make your omg-are-they-kidding salary (and congratulations on your non-sticker debt, your parents must be proud; I don't care that you don't work in DC--apparently you do) is because lawyers before you complained.
"Nothing to complain about." Tell that to people who paid sticker, just barley got a job in NYC, and are making maybe 25 bucks an hour. Or tell that to the class of 2010 laid off after half a year.
"Nothing to complain about." It's only a quarter of a million dollars in debt...you are insane.