Being an adult pic.twitter.com/TCgXc0xqWf
— Nikki Polansky (@nikkifaceful) August 27, 2015
21 "you're so young" 22 "you're so young" 23 "you're so young" 24 "you're so young" 25 "are you married? How's your career going?"
— PSYCHOBUTWORTHIT (@yourfavepsycho_) December 15, 2015
The good news is that when you're a grownup, you can eat ice cream for dinner. The bad news is that it's because you're depressed.
— Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) August 27, 2015
Childhood: I can be anything I want to be when I grow up!
Adulthood: Please someone just find me a job that doesn't make me wish for death.
— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) September 14, 2016
I am upset with my parents for making me exist. u just decided to make a person one day? who's gonna pay my bills? me? I didn't ask for this
— ricky montgomery (@rohmontgomery) September 5, 2015
when i see someone i went to high school with pic.twitter.com/aYg6C5CV0F
— malaya (@accessforbidden) January 15, 2015
When parents say to kids "go to ur room & think about what you've done" it's really good practice for what you'll do every night as an adult
— pat tobin (@tastefactory) September 18, 2015
True mark of adulthood: instead of your parents scheduling your doctor's appointments, you just avoid going to the doctor & hope u don't die
— Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) August 27, 2014
It's cute how I used to think this "barely-holding-it-together" feeling was temporary.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) February 17, 2015
. this image describes how I feel about sliding into adulthood pic.twitter.com/nTC2TGaDzc
— Tammie (@txmmiemc) January 22, 2016
KID: *falls out of tree* I'm fine
ADULT: *sleeps on neck a little strangely* I have to turn my whole body to look at you for the next week
— batkaren (@batkaren) December 17, 2015
21 yrs – woo!
22 yrs – woo!
23 yrs – woo!
24 yrs – woo!
25 yrs – woo!
26 yrs – wait
27 yrs – oh god
28 yrs – please make it stop
— itsdangeroustotweetalone (@soccrchik17) December 17, 2015
I'm at that awkward age where half of my friends are getting married and having babies and the other half are too drunk to find their phones
— College Student (@ColIegeStudent) June 12, 2015
Funny how when I was a kid all I wanted was to be an adult, but now that I'm grown up all I want to do is lay face down on the carpet
— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) February 23, 2015
1987: can't wait to be an adult
*5,000 loads of laundry & a ton of debt later
How do I fake my own death?
— kanye's bhole (@bossy_bootz) January 29, 2016
Being 28-2016: I'm not ready for a relationship
28-1816: I have 13 kids
28-1000BC: I lived a good life, thrice I ate a berry and once a pear
— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) March 6, 2016
Adulthood is eating the bruised part of the banana because you spent money and this is your goddamn banana.
— James Pianka (@jamespianka) September 2, 2015
99% of being an adult is looking for an adultier adult to do the adulting.
— Deborah Crossland (@yaddathree) March 4, 2016