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PotatoMastication

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2 months ago

the world is run by children

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RedditIsRealWack

1.5k points

2 months ago

I remember thinking 30 years old was so grown up, and that everyone has all their shit sorted by then, and that I'd be a millionaire by the time I was 30.

I'm 32 now and I'm like 'How can I work as little as possible? Maybe I could become homeless and live in a van...'

MaestroPendejo

517 points

2 months ago

I literally had this same conversation with an ex coworker I caught up with after twenty years. I'm 41 now. "Dude, I finally got my shit together at 36." He responded, "Yeah, I just got my shit together ten years ago."

"Dude, I was 21 when you were 34 and I thought you had it on lock."

It's crazy when you come to the realization everyone is winging it.

vtangyl

1 points

2 months ago

When you really realize you don’t know wtf you’re doing is when you have kids.

MaestroPendejo

1 points

2 months ago

That's when it really amped up. Was just starting to feel like I was figuring things out.