life. . Adulthood is like the vet, and we' re all the dogs that were excited for the car ride until we realized where we 're going.
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#3 - JustForTheLulz (09/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
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#6 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I always thought becoming an adult meant finding out the universe doesn't revolve around you.
I always thought becoming an adult meant finding out the universe doesn't revolve around you.
#14 - zhao (09/29/2013) [-]
Mfw when im 25 and stil don't know i am going.
User avatar #15 to #14 - zhao (09/29/2013) [-]
where* i am going.
#12 - kisushima (09/29/2013) [-]
A bunch of us (19 and 20) met yesterday to talk about our high school days before one of us moved up north (7 years ago). We hadn't seen him in those 7 years because of what growing up does to your time, especially the past 3 years. We had a 			*******		 blast talking about old times. Then I think we all shed a tear on our own at the thought of how time passed. I know I did. I made a post a while ago about what growing up gives you, but last night was some beautiful closure.   
   
Don't wish your life away. Not for anything.
A bunch of us (19 and 20) met yesterday to talk about our high school days before one of us moved up north (7 years ago). We hadn't seen him in those 7 years because of what growing up does to your time, especially the past 3 years. We had a ******* blast talking about old times. Then I think we all shed a tear on our own at the thought of how time passed. I know I did. I made a post a while ago about what growing up gives you, but last night was some beautiful closure.

Don't wish your life away. Not for anything.
#11 - neocortex (09/29/2013) [-]
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Adulthood is understanding that you can no longer hide behind the excuse to be too young to understand...
User avatar #10 - mereu (09/29/2013) [-]
"The dreams of youth are the regrets of maturity." - Satan
User avatar #8 - beddeb (09/29/2013) [-]
mmm, nope. I'm actually ready to be done with being a teenager. Unlike most, I feel like I can handle obligations much better than most of my generation. Not to sound arrogant but I know I'm not a complete ******* .
#9 to #8 - tiredofannon (09/29/2013) [-]
Its not that handling obligations are too hard, they just suck. Wake up, go to work, go home, go to bed, wake up, go to work, go home, go to bed, over and over. If you ever get a long period of time off of work its cause you're fired or laid off, both of which depress you despite the fact that you hated the ******* place and wanted to quit the entire time. And what gets me the most is the what ifs. What if I had stuck with calc 3 instead of taking an easier course in college? What if I had asked out the cute girl at the mall that one time? What would my life be like if I had only changed one little thing all those years ago.
User avatar #16 to #9 - beddeb (09/29/2013) [-]
Yeah well I'm already having those questions and I'm a senior in high school. I think way more than the average one. I over analyze every aspect of my life and make so many regrets already.
User avatar #7 - xdeathspawnx (09/29/2013) [-]
things always look better in retrospect. You remember not having responsibilities, but you don't remember not having privileges. People always say that they wish they could go back to being a little kid, but realistically it would suck. Imagine going back to when you had no phone, no computer, probably no video games, and even if you did they were only the ones you're parents approved of. Your parents chose what movies and TV shows you could watch, what time you went to bed, and when you could see your friends.

Being younger seems like it was great because things were a lot more simple, but the reason they were simple was because you couldn't do **** .
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