Adulting can be hard sometimes. Whether it’s tax season that’s kicking your butt or just work in general, you can relate to at least a few of these tweets.
And if you need to take a nap after reading these, go for it! You deserve it champ.
"I REALLY THINK THIS IS THE EYESHADOW PALETTE THAT'S GONNA TURN IT ALL AROUND FOR ME" I scream-cried at the Sephora cashier
— Karen Kilgariff (@KarenKilgariff) November 11, 2014
*expects a specific thing to happen*
*something different happens•
— ωαг๓ץєɭɭσωℓιﻭнт (@warmyellowlight) July 13, 2014
Exciting perks of adulthood:
1. Busy! Busy all the time! What are you even doing? You don't know!
2. Very tired.
3. Some kinda stomach ache???
4. Definitely sad about something.
5. Bills! Bills all the time! What are you even paying for? You don't know!
— Woke But Petty (@marcformarc) March 1, 2018
Adolescence versus adulthood. pic.twitter.com/Is2WbCJdnw
— slime-golem.biz (@text_quest) November 29, 2017
[moves to the busiest city in the world] leave me alone
— Ari Scott (@ariscott) February 9, 2015
Sometimes I'll take a nap to fast-forward a couple of hours I'm too bored to live through
— Gloria Fallon (@GloriaFallon123) January 26, 2015
Being an adult means you have a favorite laundry basket
— Shenanigans (@moron_online) March 25, 2018
I used to think that adulthood was one crisis after another.
I was wrong.
as it turns out, adulthood is multiple crises, concurrently, all the time, forever
— j e s s ♡ (@jesssxb) March 25, 2018
Being an adult is like being a Quentin Tarantino movie: it starts out real cool, there's lots of cursing, it's very confusing, everyone dies
— Sam Grittner (@SamGrittner) October 9, 2015
RT if you woke up questioning your entire life so far and stressing about the uncertainty of your future and just gave up and got bagels
— Dan Ozzi (@danozzi) January 31, 2015
people aren't allowed to be better than me and younger than me. choose one
— useless (@lustcluster) December 1, 2014
I had a nightmare that I had a voicemail
— Lucia Aniello (@LuciaAniello) May 31, 2014
I've spent my whole adult life chasing the high of a scholastic book fair
— regular person (@Merman_Melville) October 3, 2016
Being an adult is just eating yogurt until you die
— טליה (@MaceWinJew_) July 8, 2016
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
I end every story about my past with "but just look at me now" to get compliments. even a story about a weird dog I saw that morning
— Cohen is a Ghost (@skullmandible) September 2, 2014
Most adult friendships are just figuring out whose turn it is to cancel plans.
— Erica (@SCbchbum) February 23, 2015
The best part of being an adult is being able to go grocery shopping for easy mac, uncrustables, and a case of beer and no one can say no.
— lindsay ☾ elyse (@gglindsayelyse) March 10, 2016
I think the most exciting thing about being an adult is never knowing what part of your body is going to hurt the next day.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) March 18, 2018
to all those people that said i would never be successful: how did u accurately predict the future. please use your powers to help me
— derek (@eedrk) January 29, 2014
I don't think I've never been in love, but I've most certainly been in debt
— Hot Dog Wiener (@googleymoogley) July 18, 2015
Everyone talks about how hard being an adult is but nobody talks about how satisfying it is when the days over, u worked, did some leisure activities, made dinner, cleaned, did laundry, got the dishes washed, u showered & realize even tho life gets hard ur kickin its ass
— dabella (@welldamnjackie_) March 21, 2018
Adulthood is trying each of the same six passwords that you use for everything and complaining that you're tired.
— Charlotte Lydia Riley (@lottelydia) March 19, 2018
Adulthood is just clicking this button everyday until you eventually die pic.twitter.com/KQ0ur7DnkM
— Brit Bennett (@britrbennett) March 26, 2018
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
age 18: who's this 23 year old asshole
age 23: who's this 18 year old asshole
age 30: who's this 29 year old asshole
— tara shoe (@tarashoe) June 11, 2015
I want to die surrounded by all of my LinkedIn connections
— Mitra Jouhari (@tweetrajouhari) April 21, 2015