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    Here Are 16 Things People Confess They've Grown To Dislike As They've Gotten Older, And Not A Single Bad Point Has Been Made

    "Once you’ve gotten away from it, it’s clear how ridiculous it all is."

    As we get older, things that used to not phase us can sometimes become that tad more bothersome.

    So, when u/Doingmybesttolive asked "what is something that you dislike as you get older?" I decided to round up some of the best answers...

    1. Waking up at night to use the bathroom

    2. Having to fix the same household problem more than once

    3. Driving at night or during bad weather... Maybe just driving

    4. Doing things that you could pay a professional to do

    5. Any loud or obnoxious noise

    6. Being in the sun or if it's too hot

    7. Extremely sweet or processed foods

    8. The 9-5 work culture

    9. Having to wait in line, especially for food

    10. Drinking alcohol

    11. Going on dates

    12. Going out for long periods of time

    13. Overly opinionated people

    14. Restaurants that only serve small plates

    15. Being involved in unnecessary drama

    16. Consuming modern media

    H/T to u/Doingmybesttolive and AskReddit for having this discussion!

    Note: All submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

    Are there any other things you're starting to dislike the older you get? Let me know in the comments below!