Can you ever get too old for things that make you happy? Even if something is made with the intent of pleasing children, does that mean we can’t still enjoy a certain book, tv show or movie as an adult? Should we as adults be obligated to spend time in museums and libraries, and stay […] More
People Break Down The One Childish Thing They Still Do To This Day
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Someone once said that you're not really "old" until you stop playing - stop making the little choices for joy and fun in your daily life.

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We all hope our loved ones experience a lifetime of happiness and are in good, healthy relationships. When we see something that concerns us, we may decide to speak up, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. But Redditor THROWAWAYBIL20223 realized that could lead to serious consequences. When his actions led to a big argument, the […] More

Sometimes it feels like adult humans completely forget how to act their age. When you see toddlers with better manners than the forty-year-old lawyer, you know humanity is a mess. Now granted, sometimes people are in situations where their emotions take their common sense hostage, but more and more it feels like society is just starting to live in that stasis.

For example, if your order is wrong, don't throw a tantrum or food, simply send it back. If someone cuts you off in line or on the highway, don't chase them down and scream racial slurs, send them peace for their own lives. The list goes on. Let's go through a little of it.

Redditor u/doyoushrubclick wanted some adults out there to listen up and realize... people are watching, they asked... What is the most immature thing you have ever seen an adult do?

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People Share Their Best 'I'm Too Old For This Sh*t' Stories
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I don't know who needs to hear this, but you're not a kid anymore.

You can't get up to the same weird shenanigans that you did when you were 10- our old, adult selves are no longer built like they once were.

And sometimes you're reminded of it a little too much.

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