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    22 Things People Say That Get Increasingly Annoying With Age

    Why does reading this make my knees hurt?

    This Reddit thread by u/hxnry__0710 posed the question, "As you get older, what's something that becomes increasingly annoying?" and it's back-achingly good.

    Sit back and feel attacked as you scroll through these relatable and hilarious comments. 

    1. "Being tired all the time."

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    2. "Clutter! Stuff! It didn't bother me that much when I was younger, but it's definitely something that's gotten increasingly on my nerves as I passed into my 30s."

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    3. "Loud, dark restaurants — can’t hear the server or my friends and can’t read the menu without my phone flashlight."

    u/oldkidgrumple

    4. "My inability to fall asleep." —u/nuclearwintergames

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    "It never ends till you're so exhausted you need to sleep an entire day." IWantAStorm 

    5. "Working nonstop. When do adults get a summer break? It’s been 16 years."

    u/not_a_wendigo

    6. "Honestly, just drama. As a kid, I didn't notice it. As a teen, it was all around me, and I was half involved. As an adult, I'm so sick and tired of hearing stupid drama."

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    7. "People being excessively loud in public. Stop screaming!"

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    8. "The excessively bright LED headlights are killing me."

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    9. "Small print. Seriously, food manufacturers, you don't need to write the cooking instructions in 7-point Arial Narrow."

    u/birdy_cephon_altera

    10. "Cleaning. I have no clue why I can't get my act together and keep shit clean. I am tired of stepping on crumbs and picking up clothes, not to mention random toys everywhere..."

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    11. "The length of time it takes to recover from an injury. Sprained ankle? Three years." —u/carmah_143

    "Or...you know, ever. That may just be the way it is now. It certainly is for my back." —u/TheSherbs

    12. "When the subtitles don’t match the audio in a show."

    u/mikailia

    13. "Is 'everything' an acceptable answer? Because everything."

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    14. "My wife's in-laws..."

    u/eagle_1776

    15. "Having to scroll down more and more to find my birth year on an online form."

    u/-edgar-

    16. "Hangovers." —u/knovit

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    "Hangovers after 30 are insane. Today I woke up with a piercing headache, and then three hours later my stomach/nausea started up. Four hours after that, I was so light-headed and realized that hangovers are now a series of aches and pains that last one to two days minimum." —sadgirlhappenings

    17. "Pooping so long your legs go to sleep, but you aren’t done pooping yet."

    18. "Birthdays."

    u/gtwoodin

    19. "Social events that don't start till late night."

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    20. "Slang." —u/i_like_it_raw

    "My daughter texts ye instead of yes, and it drives me bananas." —u/camp-cariboo

    21. "Slamming doors."

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    22. "Having to figure out what we’re having for dinner. Every. Single. Night."

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    What are some things you used to love, but drive you nuts as you get older? Let us know below!