Oh god this is like when my brother quits his job because 'he's not happy there'. Or my SIL refuses to go find a job because 'I don't think I'd like it'. Like, I don't fucking work for my health, and I've stayed in jobs that made me unhappy while actively working to find one that would make me less so, because I have responsibilities to meet and I don't want to drain my savings/mooch from my family while I find something that makes ME happy (and thus stick my family with staying in jobs that don't make THEM happy to benefit ME...). In other words: if you're hustling and need help, I'll see what I can do. If you're watching vintage Dr Who in the basement all day and asking for cash, try another sucker.
If you have the funds to supply your own needs, don't work, sure. Mustachianism yay! But if you're begging for cash from everyone you know, then... maybe do something you don't like, get on your feet, and move on to something better from there.
YES!!! Would you believe that every boss my brother ever had in his teens and 20's was an "asshole," and so he was right to tell off each of them, quit the job, and take several months on break, mooching off mom and dad, before looking for a new job?
Psh, only in his 20's was every boss an asshole? Let me introduce you to my brother, 45, living with my mother, and hasn't been at a single job IN HIS LIFE for 2 years or more. Usually he either gets fired for physical anger issues, or tells off his boss because "they weren't doing things the right way", which generally leads to a firing. The longest in the past 10 years was a year at a job. Usually he's there until he has enough time to collect unemployment again. He's never wrong, everyone else is an asshole etc etc.
In fairness he lived on his own from 18-35, usually got kicked out of apartments for non payment, parents helped him buy a place with his ex (gifted him the deposit), it ended up being sold to a junker in the divorce/bankruptcy/forclosure, they had TRASHED the house beyond even a flippers ability to want to repair at the height of the market.
Had a harsh heart to heart with mom that she HAS to at least get a renters agreement from him (I'm executor of her estate) and that he needs to oh I dunno, ACTUALLY start paying some bills around the house.
The ex was no gem either, her daughter found out when she went to apply for an apartment lease that mommy dearest had stolen her identity and racked up 60k in credit card debt in her name. My niece refused to file a police report but it makes me SUPER happy that I told her no when she asked me to cosign her college loans.