Originally Posted by SpooPoker
Ill veer away from the food recs and give you some other kind of advice.
Here's what I did (at 17): My guess is that you are probably a little apprehensive about the new situation, as anyone would be - especially about moving out in times of stress.
Moved only the clothes on my back. Moving day will be extremely hard and stressful, if you have a family member / SO with you, plan on getting in a fight.
Never have anyone help you move. It spoils the Honeycomb Hideout factor. Your first night will be a little odd, knowing you have nobody to back you up in case of an emergency. Make sure the doors are locked, if you have an alarm system, make sure its on. It will help you sleep better.
Security = door chain. It was off. Keep a weapon of some form close to the bed.
First crib = first gun. 380 w/no rounds Know where the fusebox is and keep a flashlight handy.
If your new crib features the old style fuses, move out quickly! Never run out of batteries, paper towels, beer, or toilet paper.
Indeed. In the blackout a couple years back I ran out to the store for batteries and beer. True story. Your first grocery store trip, plan on spending $300 or so to stock up on canned goods, cleaning supplies, etc. for a "just in case" moment.
Not true, 409, Ajax & frozen beef patties are your friends. Get a safe or lockbox.
Not needed. Know where the closest fire dept. and police stations are located.
Not needed as likely you are in the ghetto and such things don't exist.