Let’s be upfront now. When we were young children, the idea of maturing delighted us. We fantasized about living in a free society where we could do whatever we wanted without getting anyone’s approval. We had aspirations to be anyone we wanted to be—actors, teachers, astronauts, doctors, etc. However, becoming an adult actually occurred, and reality suddenly hit us square in the face. We must now deal with our problems on our own; we can no longer cry and wait for our parents to solve every issue. If we get married, we will have to cope with a lot of debt, bills, difficulties at work, stress, and our family and kids. It may sound strange, but all of a sudden, we are responsible for everything in this universe.
Therefore, I’m sorry to inform all of the adults reading this that there is no ticket to take you back to your younger years. It’s better to use comedy to deal with adult life than to whine about it. The funniest grownups on Twitter have contributed 20 sad but hilarious tweets about adulthood. Now go check them out!
1. This makes all of us ponder over this sensitive topic
2. Why don’t you get a break? Why is it always a task at hand pending to be done?
3. Petition to let adults scream in public and make it normal
4. I wish
5. I don’t wanna do this, is there any way to quit?
6. OMG nobody told me this before
7. Why is this so relatable?
8. Isn’t it the story of everyone’s life?
9. This is for all the cooking enthusiasts
10. Wish we could turn back time, to the good old days
11. We are all good
12. Why does everything cost money? Why does nothing come for free?
13. It all ends with teenage
14. It’s such a genuine issue that everyone should understand
15. But the problem is that not everybody
16. I am sure everybody can relate to this
17. Best time of the month
18. This is the most relatable post I have ever seen in a while
19. Always the crybaby
20. All your life until you die
Out of all the tweets about adulthood, this one has to be the funniest and my favorite. I think everyone who has siblings can completely relate to that. The sole benefit of being ill and visiting the doctor was getting spoiled by our wonderful parents, having delicious snacks on the way home, and making fun of our incredibly envious siblings. But there is no period of life that can compare to those glorious days. What words of wisdom do you have for the younger generation? What were some of your childhood aspirations that didn’t come true, and why? Please share your stories in the comments section below; we would love to hear them.
Time for a wholesome dog tax
Hasn’t been fed in minutes. Literally about to starve.