17 Reasons Why Being An Adult Is Great

1. First and foremost... Mardi Gras.

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2. Bedtime is when YOU want it to be.

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3. Want to make peanut butter oreo cupcakes for breakfast?? You can! YOU ARE FULLY CAPABLE.

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4. You'll make sure to put water and soap down first.

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5. You have the chance to spin a wild tale of where babies come from for today's youth.

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6. Disney World for kids:

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Disney World for adults, a.k.a. YOU, SIR/MADAM.

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This be the Grand Floridian hotel. More about that here.


7. Scary movies only keep you from sleeping for 3 days, rather than 287.

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8. Freedom.

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"Sorry, I wish I had time to listen to everyone's problems but I just remembered that I have to drive far away, top down, with the wind blowing my hair back as if Nature herself were combing it." - You


9. And speaking of which, you don't need mommy and daddykins to travel to places like Cappodocia, Turkey. A.k.a. Neverland.

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10. Big words as a means of seduction.

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"I'm yours." - Literally everyone you talk to. Literally.


11. Not wearing pants is all the more glorious as a fully grown, tax-paying member of society.

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12. You're usually the one pushing.

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13. You can get in and out of Ikea all by yourself.

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14. Sangria. Because sangria.

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15. Pretty much cocktails in general.

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16. And BEER FLOATS. YEAH... BEER FLOATS. Delicious recipe here.

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17. HBO. The Neverland for adults.

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