Comics That Accurately Describe The Pain Of Growing Up


As a young child, we were always amused by growing up. Adults seemed like such cool people who had the freedom to do anything they wanted in whatever way they liked. It was almost like a fantasy and adding that extra candle was  worth a wait for our birthdays.

However, once we actually grew up, we realized that we were even more clueless than ever before. The freedom came at a big price and it wasn’t really as fun as it seemed. Here are some comics that accurately describe the pain:

1. You hardly have time to think about anything else because you are always trying to save money and take advantage of those sales. 

Via: Astkhik Rakimova

2. Suddenly, you start finding more peace in a book than you ever did in another person. 

Via: Astkhik Rakimova

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3. Those parties that started at 10 pm do not just suit you anymore. The idea of sleeping through a weekend is much more attractive. 

Via: Astkhik Rakimova

4. You discover how creepily your parents are always right.

Via: Astkhik Rakimova

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Rida Mehtab

A chemical engineering major, but a confessional poetry enthusiast. My obsessions are simple: food, Manchester United, my cat, Sylvia Plath and my curiosity. (not necessarily in that order)

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