I just looked back at myself from a year ago and it may be the biggest change I've ever gone through in my life. Practically from 20 to 21, I've changed and matured in ways i couldn't realise without enough distance from the past. I suppose I finally transitioned from being a kid to being an "adult".
@I Am Captain Obvious, so you finally lost your virginity? Good for you!
@seeUpee, I've gotten laid less actually, adulting makes it's hard to socialize
@I Am Captain Obvious, you clearly haven’t discovered alcohol then
@seeUpee, well I was 20, which means I can drink alone at home but not where the ladies be at dawg. And I'm an introvert who loves memes and d@n and gaming. Maybe I should just propose to apetnamedsteve and forget all the dating drama.
@I Am Captain Obvious, you have a good outlook. When I was 17, I had $5,000 saved up from working at age 13 for summer job in Los Angeles and also dishwashing part time after. I dated a girl I didnt really wanna date but...couldnt turn down women I guess. Mistake #1. After finally breaking up, I did the “dating” thing. In person at bars and online dating. Waste of money and time. Got laid though. When that stopped being my goal at 25, women came and offered all the time. But all I wanted was saving up money, gaming, memes, movies, anime. Whatever. Dated a girl who was “crazy” about me. Mistake #2. Now I’m back single. And plenty girls have offered and I’ve turned down. None of them are wife material. None are “ride or die” chicks. None would be a good mom to my future children. Keep adulting. The right one for you will come along.
@I Am Captain Obvious, I feel, especially around that age as a guy, alot of us start to finish developing our frontal lobe, and start to care about the future, and wonder why we were fcking around all this time
@I Am Captain Obvious, hey! Me too! Except I still feel like a child.. fun fact.. today is my 21st Birthday!
@I Am Captain Obvious, wait until you have your first serious adult relationship. That’s when you transition from an adult to basically your parents.
@I Am Captain Obvious,
It took me till i was 24 to "grow up".
Sometimes you just have to experience stuff for yourself to understand life lessons that you hear about.
@I Am Captain Obvious, I finally got diagnosed with my chronic disease exactly 1 year ago. My life is so much better now that I have proper and I appreciate life more now. It's been a good year. I'm the same age as you btw
My little girl turned two today, those baby steps are turning into long strides... I don't like it.