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17th Jun '16 4:12:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* It happens.
** In some states, it is a felony to take in a runaway child... but not if they've been kicked out of the house. Nor is it illegal if [[ParentalAbandonment the minor's actual parents simply don't give a damn]]. If it's not reported, it's not a crime.

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* It happens.
happens.
** In some states, it is a felony to take in a runaway child... but not if they've been kicked out of the house. Nor is it illegal if [[ParentalAbandonment the minor's actual parents simply don't give a damn]]. If it's not reported, it's not a crime.


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5th Jun '16 8:26:06 AM Valiona
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* In ''Fanfic/BoysUndSenshado'', this possibility is floated when [[spoiler:Miho gets disowned and can't pay the rent for her apartment by herself]], but it's no longer necessary once [[spoiler:Maho intervenes and pays for Miho's rent]].
16th Apr '16 10:43:05 AM nombretomado
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* On ''SeventhHeaven'', the Camdens' house was basically a revolving door for any friend/acquaintance/random kid who couldn't stay at their own house for whatever reason.

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* On ''SeventhHeaven'', ''Series/SeventhHeaven'', the Camdens' house was basically a revolving door for any friend/acquaintance/random kid who couldn't stay at their own house for whatever reason.
8th Apr '16 9:25:54 PM nombretomado
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* In ''FamilyMatters''. Steve Urkel originally lives with his parents (who are never seen), but is frequently hanging out at the Winslow's house. At some point, his parents move to Russia, and he moves in and essentially becomes a member of the family.
* In ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'', Ellie moves in with her boyfriend Shawn after her alcoholic mother almost burns down their home. Shawn had previously been living with his brother, since he had a bad relationship with his parents, before his brother moved out of town for a job. Later he temporarily moved in with Emma's family.

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* In ''FamilyMatters''.''Series/FamilyMatters''. Steve Urkel originally lives with his parents (who are never seen), but is frequently hanging out at the Winslow's house. At some point, his parents move to Russia, and he moves in and essentially becomes a member of the family.
* In ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'', ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'':
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Ellie moves in with her boyfriend Shawn after her alcoholic mother almost burns down their home. Shawn had previously been living with his brother, since he had a bad relationship with his parents, before his brother moved out of town for a job. Later he temporarily moved in with Emma's family.
18th Jan '16 5:40:46 PM Katsuhagi
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A young character for some reason can't stay with parents or legal guardian (for any reason from AbusiveParents to letting him stay in school while the parents must go elsewhere), or just wants to spread his wings, but (being too young for the wide world) can't have his own place yet. Friends or more distant relatives provide a home. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate a character from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.

A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold.

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A young character for some reason can't stay with parents or legal guardian (for any reason from AbusiveParents to letting him stay in school while the parents must go elsewhere), or just wants to spread his wings, but (being too young for the wide world) can't have his own place yet. Friends or more distant relatives provide a home. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate a character from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.

home.

A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. As such, this trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate a character from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold.
17th Jan '16 8:38:14 PM Katsuhagi
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A young character for some reason can't stay with parents or legal guardian (for any reason from AbusiveParents to letting him stay in school while the parents must go elsewhere), or just wants to spread his wings, but (being too young for the wide world) can't have his own place yet. Friends or more distant relatives provide a home.

A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate them from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.

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A young character for some reason can't stay with parents or legal guardian (for any reason from AbusiveParents to letting him stay in school while the parents must go elsewhere), or just wants to spread his wings, but (being too young for the wide world) can't have his own place yet. Friends or more distant relatives provide a home.

home. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate a character from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.

A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate them from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.
17th Jan '16 8:37:49 PM Katsuhagi
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A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold.

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A convenient way to give two young characters a way to stay together, and to have one character escape parental influence. May also be a way to evade the DepartmentOfChildDisservices. Since SocialServicesDoesNotExist, this may be the only way to escape AbusiveParents or ParentalAbandonment. PrettyFreeloaders is a variant for older characters in the HaremGenre. It can be used to introduce a NaiveNewcomer to a QuirkyHousehold. This trope is often used to avoid having a MinorLivingAlone and works to separate them from their birth family without stretching SuspensionOfDisbelief too far.
16th Jan '16 6:36:19 PM Katsuhagi
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* Offered by Kat's mother in ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt''

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* Offered by Kat's mother to Antimony in ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt''
''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'', though Annie ends up living in the Court's dorms with Kat instead.
5th Nov '15 10:24:04 AM talfonso1
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\n* Beth in ''Flordeliza'' sends Liza to her grandparents after [[PlayingSick feigning blindness]] in an attempt to kick Flor and Gener out of the house and nearly killing her infant brother.

5th Oct '15 11:18:03 AM WillKeaton
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* In [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6479988/1/Grace_Under_Pressure_Courage_Under_Fire Grace Under Pressure, Courage Under Fire]], [[Series/{{Glee}} Dave Karofsky]] ends up staying with Kurt's family after he [[ComingOutStory comes out]] to his parents and they kick him out.

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* In [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6479988/1/Grace_Under_Pressure_Courage_Under_Fire Grace Under Pressure, Courage Under Fire]], Fire,]] [[Series/{{Glee}} Dave Karofsky]] ends up staying with Kurt's family after he [[ComingOutStory comes out]] to his parents and they kick him out.
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