Can We Guess Which "Friends" Quote Sums Up Your Twenties?
By the time you turn 28, you've unfortunately encountered way more relationship problems than you'd like to admit. You're at a difficult age where sometimes you think about what it'd be like to settle down, but then you're stuck dating people who care more about technicalities than they do your feelings. “We were on a break!”
Being 20 is a pretty awesome time of your life. You're not old enough to have many serious responsibilities, but you're also old enough to have fun and act like kind of an adult. When you're 20 years old, you're also at a point when your friends are basically your family because you spend so much time together. "Looks like a fun gang."
Being 23 usually means you get to finally enter the real world. It's an exciting time because you get to start to create a life for yourself on your own terms, but it's also terrifying because you have more bills to pay, serious responsibilities, and other real world. problems. "Welcome to the real world. It sucks. You're gonna love it."
When you're 22, you feel like you need to have everything figured out all at once. Most people graduate college and start thinking about their futures in a more serious way, but it's scary to feel this pressure to have a plan when you're still so unsure. "I don't even have a 'pla.'"
When you're 27, you feel like other people want you to get serious about your future and start to put a timeline on your personal achievements — "You should start to settle down," and "Are you going to have kids any time soon?" start to sound way too familiar to your ears. But honestly, it's no one else's business. “No uterus, no opinion.”
Ah, the woes of being 21. It's mostly a great age because now you can legally drink and get into bars with your friends, but being 21 also means that other people tend to be reckless with their actions involving, love, romance, and relationships. Good luck with all that. “Your love is like a giant pigeon, crapping on my heart.”
As a 26-year-old, you're coming to terms with the fact that "your love life's DOA" and that being single forever might just be your ultimate fate. You always thought that the older you got, the easier it'd be to find someone, but it turns out that you're spending more nights in bed with Netflix than anyone else. “I’m hopeless and awkward and desperate for love.”
When you're 29, you can't help but feel nostalgic about the past decade of your life and look back on your twenties wondering when the time went by so quickly. You're also slightly horrified at the fact that in another year you'll be the big 3-0 and have to enter an even more serious realm of adulthood. “Why, God? We had a deal. Let the others grow old, not me.”
Since you're a 24-year-old entering some of the more real parts of adulthood, you really value and appreciate the time you have to relax, chill out, and enjoy your free time. Work takes up most of your time, as do your other responsibilities, so when you get the opportunity to unwind and rest, you seize the moment. “It’s a Sunday. I don’t move on Sundays.”
Being 25 is a confusing age. Things are mostly great because you're finally used to being in your twenties, but you also feel like you're too old to be struggling and making bad decisions, even though you still do. Sometimes you don't want the responsibility of figuring things out for yourself because you know it'll rarely turn out to be good. “I just shouldn’t be allowed to make decisions anymore.”