Biggest Misconceptions About AdulthoodThings you thought would be different when you were a kid looking forward to being a "grown up".
Until you find out about tax, bills and the other 'responsibilities' of being an adult.
It actually IS cool... Until the next morning...
It's bad for your health!
Yeah its fun!...or is it?
You also don't have to deal with those horrible bullies!
I nearly got diabetes years ago from today and multiple servings of dessert...
Adults have a lot of responsibility and less free time.
After you go to work, pay bills and taxes it's a lil fun!
It be more fun if dang society would stop saying "YoUr'E tOo OlD fOr ThIs!"
Kids just don't understand...
Well they have bouncy castles and ball pools that adults can use.
They have adult dot to dot books
and anyone can still go to the theme park.
I still ride coin operated horses but now people give me weird looks and sometimes even laugh at me...They're probably just jealous
I cannot have anymore temper tantrums or other kid/childish behaviors! Without looking stupid!
Worst thing to take for granted. When you think about it how many friends would stick around after wiping your backside, clearing up your vomit and putting up with difficult stroppy behaviour for YEARS endlessly declaring that everything is booring?
Not ALWAYS and not both (some people live with a grandma/grandpa)
When I was little I wanted to be a vet (a job little girls probably would like to do when they grow up) but I would never be able to become one now.
If you still can't explain it to hem, show them the movie Gravity.
Well you can but you'll be really tired if you stay up till like 3:00.
Oh sure, I could stay up to all hours if I wanted, but I still have to get up at 5:30 to go to work!
The risk for cancer/diabetes might increase...
This one is sort of like the idea that siblings when growing up suspect they are adopted because they look nothing like you or your parents. Time and a lot of growing up show this usually turns our to be untrue. Remember, our parents installed our buttons (behaviors) and know how to use them or abuse them. We often re-install those button on OUR children whether we intend to or not. Sorting the good from the bad is sometime the tough part.
I always thought this and my uncle is a cop and I told him to shoot my grandma and he wouldn't