Top 10 Things People Eventually Grow Out OfThings you might've liked at some point... but over time you've gradually liked less and less. This list is purely subjective so add whatever ya want to it.
Rlly? Those 'angsty bands' I still love! Still love Evanescence, Linkin Park, Avenged Sevenfold, and more! I hate the term 'phase bands' because many people DON'T grow out of loving those bands...
Regardless of what word you prefer. These types of bands are something that people grow out of pretty fast. Linkin Park is one of the biggest examples that comes to mind. I've really grown out of several angsty bands lately.
There's a lot of bands I have been growing out since the summer of 2019. The bands are Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, New Found Glory, Coldplay and Taking Back Sunday.
My phase band was Skillet. I tried listening to a few songs the other day and I really can't get back into it. It just feels so bland.
I have a Glaceon plushie and a dolphin that has soaked in so much of my scent it actually manages to calm my anxiety, but that's it.
Pretty obvious, but something to include regardless. Eventually toys will bore people due to them getting older. Something that usually happens between the transition from a kid to a teenager. It's normal and something that makes sense.
I didn't expect this list to be popular to be honest, I wasn't even sure if I should make it at first. But I guess that it's cool that it's getting some kind of notoriety.
Me as a 2 year old Wow these are new!
Me as a 6 year old I LOVE TOYS
Me as a 9 year old this is getting old
Me now I still love my bears but not interested
Simply, because a majority of them are boring. Well and they're overused to death. Which won't take long to grow out of. Not surprising either but very normal.
Especially Ugandan Knuckles and the Dab... thank gosh those 2 memes are dead
Never liked them really
Memes in general.
It's not just seasons 1 - 3, there is 9 - 12, where there were more good writers, and not to mention, Stephen Hillenburg worked 9 - 11 before he died.
SpongeBob went downhill after the 1st 3 seasons & became boring & mean spirited. Not to mention Mr. Krabs became unlikable after treating Plankton to suicide & SpongeBob even made Squidward attempt the same thing & SpongeBob was so rude & mean to Gary several times & Patrick was one time. This show has fallen from grace though once got better after the 2nd movie before falling back down again.
You mean post-movie episodes, because the first 3 seasons were timeless and comedy gold that kids and adults would enjoy.
Kind of understandable given how downhill it became after the first three seasons.
Very similar with dolls when it comes to design. However, they're less creepy if you ask me. Not surprising that people grow out of having plushies pretty fast.
SuperMarioLogan still likes plushies. However, I do agree that a lot of people are growing out of having plush toys.
I used to have a collection of various animal plushies. I still have them because childhood memories matter.
I still like 'em for collecting purposes
I loved this game when I was little, but for some reason stopped playing for a little bit. I think I went on vacation or something. When I got back, it seemed a little less fun than before. That's how I knew I was growing up.
This turned from a sweet game about animals in an imaginary world to a soulless cash cow
That was my jam. I remember wanting to be a member lol.
I just started like a year ago and so far its cool
Nickelodeon's gotten so bad even new kids wouldn't enjoy it. Its good days are over.
Like Disney Channel it has gone downhill
I still love nickelodeon.
Another phase that eventually people grow out of. There's nothing wrong with liking comic books though. I read them sometimes but not very often in all honesty.
No. These things known as Comic books gave us some of the greatest and most iconic fictional characters now with popular movies and shows.
I still like manga, does that count?
I never really read a comic book.
Eventually these will do nothing for you. I'm slowly growing out of them as we speak. I still watch them sometimes but not as much as when I was younger. One of the few cartoons that I still watch is South Park to be honest.
I grew out of Family Guys pretty fast. I still watch South Park, Futurama and the Simpsons from time to time.
I like cartoons because they don't have all the trash that all the other shows have.
Depends on which cartoon. Some I've grown out of, but most I haven't.
still love candy bars and such, even though I'm 14 and most of my friends now hard-core crave fruit. (I have some pretty healthy friends.)
I used to like a lot of candies. Now, I only like Jelly Belly jelly beans and chocolate bars the most. The rest is just okay, I guess.
I used to love candy when I was younger but now it's lost it's charm. I'd much rather have fruit than candy.
I still like candy for some reason. I don't think it's the best food out there though.
I do like a few shows from here.
some of my favorite show are on cartoon network.
I sure hope so LOL
After about Y6/7 I just dressed up as a muggle and acted like my brothers escort. I was only in it for the sweets
I never saw the appeal of it
I stopped after 5th grade
These were the best.
There are still adult coloring books for relaxation in stores or online. They usually have complicated patterns and such
I have like 2 colouring in apps.
Its fun but I don't do it often
I colour in my own art now lol
Disney Channel used to have so many good shows but now they got rid of them and there are mostly bad shows and very few good ones now. Stay away if you're expecting to like every show.
Never liked it in the first place. I can tolerate Gravity Falls I guess... but the rest yeah... no. Even back in its "prime" I still preferred Nickelodeon.
Yeah, I used to always watch Disney and Nick with my twin bro on Saturday/Sunday mornings. Those days were the best.
Early 2000s Disney Channel was way better than modern Disney Channel so kinda glad I grew outta it
I used to love these too
That plushie in the picture’s not a Beanie Baby. That’s a Beanie Boo or something like that.
Also, I don’t think that’s the case for me lmao. I still bring them to school sometimes. I lost most of it though, including the Princess Diana one. Mom probably gave them away. :/
I used to play it all the time when I was 7(2012). Now I just find it kind of boring. And I hate the movie.
I like it though, I still find the games really fun and well-made.
I used to really like Angry Birds, back in 2012.
The movies are cool, the games suck.
Pretty obvious why people grow out of these things. They're creepy and unsettling if you ask me.
Never had one, but I did grow out of teddy bears.
Some dolls give me the creeps they are so scary!
Not really... Barbies and stuff maybe, but I know a lot of doll collectors.
Yeah I almost never come back here. I'm not necessarily retired because I'm here right now, but I don't log on for weeks, or even months at a time. The site has just lost it's charm for me. That, and I feel like the community is on it's last legs. :/
Yeah I left this site like 6 months ago and I'm not staying. I just came back because. I am retired from the site.
Yeah... I'm not technically retired, by I have lost my spring in my step
We didn't grow out of this site, it grew out of itself now
Unless you have a medical problem or become an adult baby which sounds strange I think if you want to be an adult baby it should be an adult 3 year old.
This picture though like this came from the dark unknown side of youtube.
Live long enough and you may likely grow back into them
I know what you mean, but what is with that picture?
well I still like them and I don't see anything wrong with people still likeing them, there is a whole list of disney movies that my mom and dad watch as well.
I watched the classics when I was a kid like Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Bambi and the 101 Dalmatians (the animated one). I don't watch them anymore, except maybe during the holiday season for nostalgia.
If you still like Disney movies that's fine. I'm not going to judge anyone for that. However people get older and discover better things. Something that's just a basic fact of life.
Depends honestly some are more geared towards kids while others are timeless
I'm one of the only people in my elementary school that doesn't believe in him
I knew when I saw the box of toy's under my mom's bed, mommy's santa, I was 9.
Stopped believing in him around fifth grade.
I stopped believing in him after 5th grade
When I was 10 or 11, this was my favorite store to buy clothes at.
Nowadays, I feel nausous whenever I walk by it at the mall.
I physically grew out of it. I still really like the clothes, but I can't fit into them.
Old Smosh was great. New Smosh is mediocre and boring.