Help! I need an adultier adult
@BigJohnson86, *poof!* (Drunk Pantsless Uncle appears)
@Suicide Squad Sucks, I said adultier not drunker
@BigJohnson86, hey kid. Just do the damned thing. There is no right answer. Only wrong answers and less wrong answers. Just go for the less wrong answers and check yourself every time. *Drunkenly passes out*
It's ok. I've got my drinking permit.
@BigJohnson86, that’s one of the funniest comments I’ve ever seen lol I’m almost 30 and I still don’t feel like an adult im more like a super teenager
I actually have multiple friends between ages 15 and 18 and I refer to them as beibg "children" to me, despite ne being only 23. There's also a girl who's 20 that I also call a child behind her back. It's crazy what suddenly getting a full-time steel industry job and paying bills will do to your perception of adult vs child.
@Captain Swordsman, I'm only 20, one of my friends is 22. I have bills, truck note, i pay my phone, I'm saving up for a house. He keeps blowing transmissions on cheap craigslist cars, parents pay for his phone, no bills to speak of.
@Captain Swordsman, you're a kid with a drinking permit. Talk to me 10 years later
I’m 33 and last night me and my friends were hanging out and celebrating one of our friends wives birthday and their nieces are teens. Complaining and rolling their eyes at us and as we lectured them we immediately realized we became adults.
I am in this meme and I dont like it.
If they still live at home or have no job, i refer to them as kids even if theyre older than me
OI YA GOT YER DRINKING PERMIT?
Becoming an adult has less to do with age and more to do with maturity. You can find an old man as immature as a snotty teen and a teen already working hard labor more mature and responsible than most people
I’m 25 and still keep forgetting adult includes me too.
I’m 19, close to 20, and I still say “adults” when referring to people older than me. I don’t FEEL like an adult even though I know I am one (certainly by my younger self’s definition). I don’t really have another word to say.
I’m 31. Still not an adult.