Your twenties are some of the most amazing years of your life. In your twenties you begin to understand life on a deeper level and for most of us, it is when our life truly begins. Although being a 20-some-year-old has a lot of benefits, there are a lot of things that can be extremely annoying about reaching that 25 and over mark.
Your early twenties are a breeze; you are legal to drink around the world, you are probably still in school and you begin to acquire more responsibilities. However, when you turn 25 most people begin to feel like an adult. There is a shift that occurs between early twenties and mid-twenties, most of the people around you are beginning their lives which makes you wonder what the F*** you are doing with your life.
For some hitting that mid-twenties mark is a wake up call, for others it is an excuse to just party even harder. Regardless of where you are at 25, there are certain inalienable truths that you are unable to avoid. The following ten points are probably the most annoying things about reaching your mid-twenties, however, like everything else in life, there is a silver lining.
Many say your twenties are the last truly amazing years of your life, but for some they are the first amazing years. Don’t let anyone, society included, tell you where you should be at what age. Everybody is different and whether you need to do an extra semester of school or whether you need to plan a wedding, you are exactly where you need to be.
10 Getting a real job
9 Family asking why you are still single
8 Your parents stop paying for things
7 You start gaining weight
6 You are no longer one of the “young girls” at the club
5 Friends are getting engaged
4 Friends are having babies
3 We are expected to be mature
1 Our conscience kicks in
Remember when you would make-out with whoever you wanted? Remember when you would get wasted and bring havoc to the world around you? Once you reach your mid-twenties those days feel like a distant memory. With age comes responsibility and maturity, for most of us that is. Once you reach this point your conscience begins to kick in and you start to make more thought-out decisions. The younger you are the more you can get away with. For example, a child can get away with more than an 18-year-old can and an 18-year-old can get away with more than a 28-year-old can…these are just the annoying facts of growing up.
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