“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.”

“I don’t know about you, but I’ve thought about running away more as an adult than I ever did as a child.” – Someecards

“I drink coffee because adulting is hard. Without it, I’m basically a 2 year old whose blankie is in the washer.” – Sweatpants and Coffee

“Our kids will never know the terror of calling their crush on a landline…and having their parents pick up the phone.” – Someecards

“Spilling a beer is the adult equivalent to losing a balloon.”

“I have decided that I no longer want to be an adult. If anyone needs me, I’ll be hiding in my cushion-and-bed-sheet fort…coloring.” – Someecards

“The horrifying moment when you’re looking for an adult, but you realize that you are an adult. So you look around for an older adult, an adultier adult. Someone better at adulting than you.”

“Back in the day, Trix cereal used to be little fruit shapes. Now they’re just round and boring…What if they’re still fruit shaped, but I just can’t see them because I’m a silly adult rabbit and Trix are for kids?!?!”

“I may be an adult, but I’m really more of an adult cat. Somebody should take care of me, but I can sorta make it on my own.” – Whisper

“When I was a child, I thought nap time was a punishment now, as a grownup, it just feels like a small vacation.” – Someecards

“I officially resign from adulthood! Decisions will be made using the Eenie-Meenie-Minie-Moe method and arguments will be settled by sticking out my tongue. I’ll be at recess if you need me.”

“Thank you for informing me that you have a stick figure family of 6 and a dog. Your minivan had me under the impression you were wild and single.” – Someecards

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