Adulthood hits you when you’re least expecting it, usually sometimes in your late twenties or early thirties. And thirties are a fun place to be! You suddenly find yourself with a bunch of new interests and preoccupations, often thinking that this can’t be your life.
Scroll down to find relatable tweets about life after 30 and share with friends who know the struggle!
KID: *falls out of tree* I'm fine
ADULT: *sleeps on neck a little strangely* I have to turn my whole body to look at you for the next week
— batkaren (@batkaren) December 17, 2015
Me: Tell me my future.
Psychic: You'll have a phone that costs $800.
M: So I'm rich?
P: *a laugh escapes from her nostrils* Nope.
— Crow Magnom (@distracted_monk) September 17, 2017
ME [as a kid]: i won't be a grumpy old man
ME [now]: *gets mad at a car for being orange*
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) April 24, 2017
Them: You need to listen to your body more.
Body: You're old. And you want pizza.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) October 23, 2017
Dating in your 30s is just two people telling each other stories about how they used to be fun.
— Sarah (@thetigersez) February 12, 2018
One day you're not old and the next day you have a favorite grocery store.
— Contwixt Nick (@Contwixt) December 17, 2016
Hello, welcome to your 30s, the cute boys you had crushes on in junior high all look like fat old dads now.
— Sarah (@thetigersez) December 3, 2017
6yo: What’s it like being a grown up?
ME: You know that feeling you get when you unwrap a present and it’s not what you wanted?
— Viktor Winetrout (@Cpin42) April 27, 2017
Me in my 20's: *dresses like I'm on the catwalk*
Me in my 30's: *dresses like I walk cats*
— bananafanafofisa (@lisaxy424) October 4, 2017
Welcome to your 30s. You're continually stunned to find that 1998 was not 10 years ago.
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) December 6, 2017
I don't use social media or apps to date because I'm in my 30s and I prefer meeting men the old fashioned way: never.
— Julieanne Smolinski (@BoobsRadley) June 17, 2016
My workout schedule:
Age 20: Ran every day.
Age 25: Exercised once a week.
Age 31: Pulled a muscle walking to the fridge.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) April 27, 2017
13: When will I know I'm an adult?
Me: When you have a favorite spatula.
— Ivsy (@Ivsy01) October 30, 2017
As a kid I thought a lot about growing up, getting a job and having kids, but not this job and certainly not these kids.
— eric (@ericsshadow) September 10, 2016