Apparently me claiming we’re not going to talk about it means that you guys want to talk about it.
Dang I’m about to be 20 in a week and I started feeling old when I talked to some of the people on here lol. Well, good to know I’m not the grandma of the pack (but you know everyone loves the pack granny cuz she is wonderful and wise and fierce and insightful and writes so amazingly it stuns me sometimes)
[x] Your insults and compliments are tied very closely together there. I’m watching you.
Wow. You’re gonna be twice my age…whoops. (that was not meant to be disrespectful actually I’m amazed cause you’re still awesome.) 30! Not poking a sleeping bear right? XD
[x] Yet another comment I’m not sure how to take. “You’re still awesome”? Like I’m a freak of nature for not losing all my awesomeness by now? Hmmm. I’m watching you, too. Whoever you are.
There’s nothing wrong with turning 30 next birthday, m’dear. Hell, reaching EACH birthday’s a milestone to celebrate with parades, dancing, elephants, doves, general tomfoolery and shenanigans. Take it from someone who knows. Just keep being awesome and you’ll be fine. I’m an expert at tomfoolery and shenanigans. :)
[x] I like you the best right now.
And I guess you can’t go wrong with elephants and doves.
What’s being an adult? *flutters out your window with pixie dust or whatever* *falls*
This dumb thing that you pretend to totally have the hang of because everyone else is pretending, too, and you have to make phone calls and do your own taxes and buy groceries. But then you also get to eat irresponsible things for dinner and take trips on your own and make some money if you’re lucky.
Overall, I recommend a holding pattern around college age. You get to do the fun stuff and avoid most of the annoying responsibility stuff. Try to stop aging right around there, if you can help it.