Skip To Content

    17 Adults Who Decided To Act Like Children

    Maturity is not in their vocabulary.

    1. This person who decided to put chicken bones in the back pocket of the jeans they were trying on.

    u/hellomrscloe / Via reddit.com

    2. This person who bought a Where's Waldo? book just to photoshop out every single Waldo, then return it to the bookstore.

    3. This person who thought causing mass fear was the key to getting their way.

    u/humbledad / Via reddit.com

    4. These people who ate whole boxes of cereal and milk in the movie theater, then left them there.

    u/maebyline / Via reddit.com

    5. This person who dried their stinky shoes using the air vent on the plane.

    u/brombinary / Via reddit.com

    6. This person who was far from subtle about their seat hogging.

    u/Minxi17 / Via reddit.com

    7. This person who tried to flush the garbage bin down the toilet.

    u/Reinpaw / Via reddit.com

    8. This person who pretended they couldn't read...or see lines.

    u/Nippityslippity / Via reddit.com

    9. This person who thought it was cool to replace their gear shift with skateboard wheels.

    u/mmeganwalsh / Via reddit.com

    10. This person who decided to use the coronavirus as an advertising ploy.

    u/Reddit_Rim_Job / Via reddit.com

    11. This person who hid their dog's poop with a coffee cup instead of picking it up.

    u/Pencejarett / Via reddit.com

    12. This person who sold a Blu-ray disc they knew didn't work.

    u/maneatingeskimo / Via imgur.com

    13. This person who stuck their soft drink in a charity donation box (that's meant for money only).

    u/GoulHunter / Via reddit.com

    14. This person who used their own kid's stroller as a step stool.

    u/SkyeViper / Via reddit.com

    15. This person who blatantly ignored this very clear message.

    u/viky_boy / Via reddit.com

    16. This person who decided to hog every single weight in the gym.

    u/Chigo1206 / Via reddit.com

    17. And this person who wrapped a buckle around the TV of the person behind them to secure an extra pillow they wanted to use.

    u/mnlaowai / Via reddit.com

    BuzzFeed Daily

    Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!

    Newsletter signup form