Last panel is depressingly true. My son is 7. I’m 27 and I haven’t figured out anything in life and life is moving way too god damn fast and crippling depression is weighing me down lolololol
@VibratingButtChomper, this is the perfect representation of millennial humor.
@VibratingButtChomper, just so you know, he will be graduating high school next year, or so it will seem. My kids are grown, seems like just a few years ago they were 7. Try to slow it down as much as you can and enjoy it. It's gone way too fast.
@VibratingButtChomper, try to change only 1 thing that you've always wanted to do and keep at it. Your success at achieving that one thing will make you want to do more and obviously make you happy which will help with your depression.
@Coyote Stark, that is some really good advice Coyote
A philosophy teacher once explained the passing of time like this: when you go from 5 to 6 it’s 1/5 (20%) of your lived life and from 50 to 51 is only 1/50 (2%) of comparable time. Which is why time appears to speed up as you age. Also the younger you are, each day is more likely different. We fall into routines and life becomes a blur
@TheBaconBoss, and this is how my existential crisis starts.
So you’re saying I get to die faster if I reproduce? HONEY! GET THE TURKEY BASTER!