When we’re kids, it seems that all we want to do is grow up right away. We want all that “freedom” adults have—unlimited snacks, virtually no bedtime, and tons of money. But, once we hit that ripe old age when we begin adulthood, we realize it’s all downhill for us.
I’m unsure why everyone glorified growing up when honestly, it’s just one big ride on the struggle bus. We’re exhausted, broke, and truly trying just to get by. In all reality, adulthood is like a giant dumpster fire that you keep trying to put out, but with gasoline. These Twitterati get it.
I'm an adult, and I can eat whatever I want whenever I want, and I wish someone would take this power from me.
— Mike Primavera (@primawesome) May 17, 2014
Apparently being an adult means googling phone numbers that call you rather than answering them.
— Tim Bolton (@timbolton1) June 3, 2018
Adulting is finally understanding why your parents would get so mad about you leaving a light on
— Brandon Moore (@moore_brandon_) October 28, 2018
adulthood is actually realizing no one gives a fuck about you & the show must go on
— jary (@JaryZaidi) November 6, 2018
How do people work 10+ hours a Day then come home and workout and cook? Adulting is an extreme sport
— Ari (@ari_b15) June 21, 2018
I used to sneak out of my house to go to parties, now I sneak out of parties to go to my house.
— Madeleine Rose (@cheriemadelein) August 30, 2018
Being an adult means not having your bed shoved into the corner of your room and I can't deal with that.
— Katie P (@KathrynSpataky) September 27, 2016
I've spent my whole life chasing the high of a scholastic book fair.
— Jack (@JGlimpel) October 16, 2016
Adulting is finally understanding why your mom was so upset with you when you didn’t take the chicken out of the freezer
— Jalin Nicole (@__SOfetch) July 9, 2018