i used to get so mad waiting 2 hours for my parents to say goodbye at their friend’s house but my 20s have taught me it really be like that
my 20s as movie franchise
21: The Disappointment & The Anxiety
22: 2 Disappointed 2 Anxious
23: The Disappoinment & The Anxiety: Tokyo Drift
Single af. Financially unstable. Emotionally distressed. And just moved into an overpriced apartment with roommates. All by the age of 21.
True mark of adulthood: Instead of your parents scheduling your doctors appointments, you just avoid going and hope you don’t die.
AMBITION AT 18: I want to heal the world!
AMBITION AT 28: I want to become so successful my exes have vivid, recurring nightmares about me.
Age 15: someday I’m going to own a Ferrari
Age 20: maybe I’ll get a BMW someday
Age 25: I hope someone in a Mercedes hits me in a crosswalk
me at 18: im gonna move to new york and go on so many dates
me at 26: if i put my phone in a ziploc bag i can go on twitter in the shower
when you’re younger you think your twenties is gonna be nonstop fun & all night parties & adventures but honestly it’s just this
Every millennial’s fav game: trying to figure out how your friends afford their lifestyle
sometimes I forget I’m 24 and all my friends aren’t 18 anymore
finding out your friend from high school is a teacher now is the adult version of seeing your teacher at the grocery store
the disappointment of becoming an adult & realising all the adults u thought had all the answers were just lying to themselves like u r now
Is there an age where you stop moving the same pile of stuff from your bed onto the floor every night or is adulthood just a lie?
BACK TO SCHOOL
OR IF YOU ARE AN ADULT
THE WHEEL CONTINUES RELENTLESSLY SPINNING LARGELY WITHOUT CHANGE
adulthood is emailing “sorry for the delayed response!” back and forth until one of you dies
“When employers want you to have 10yrs of work experience before the age of 22″
school prepares us for real life bc passing a class & not knowing how u passed or wat the class was about is how u feel evrey day as a adult
[The doorbell rings as a kid]
A NEW FRIEND? FOR ME? LETS FIND OUT
[The doorbell rings as an adult]
I still have time to fake my own death