Misc.: How To Be a Human 25 and Over


The list is
here, and is so true.
I should also give credit to Captain Awkward for bringing it to my attention.

I feel like most of the annoyances I experience in regards to the people I interact with have to do with them not acting like an adult. Oh well, such is life.

EDIT: January 10, 2014
So I decided to delete my summary of the list, because people kept assuming that I wrote it, and I felt very uncomfortable with that.
The list was not my original work, I never claimed it was, but to avoid confusion I have decided to keep the post up with the original link only.
So, to reiterate: Sarah D. Bunting wrote a post titled “25 And Over” on tomatonation.com.
Please follow the link to read her great list.

And here are my thoughts on the list.

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135 responses to “Misc.: How To Be a Human 25 and Over

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  2. Reblogged this on Food Persuasion and commented:
    A stray from my usual posts but, this hit the mark.
    #22. Know how to handle your alcohol. All those times while in college, you partied on a measly budget by only buying shots like 151 or shooting from a homemade bottle of moonshine. You’d think you learned your lesson. In the morning you woke up in a room that smelt like a dingy bar with a killer hangover.

  3. Is it just me or did I miss the mark on quite a few of them?

    #22. Know how to handle your alcohol. All those times while in college, you partied on a measly budget by only buying shots like 151 or shooting from a homemade bottle of moonshine. You’d think you learned your lesson. In the morning you woke up in a room that smelt like a dingy bar with a killer hangover.

  4. Reblogged this on the Pub servation and commented:
    compliments to this candid carve-up. well done

  5. I really enjoyed this read! I wish more people knew the importance of these small rules.

  6. Just turned 25 and truth be told, all your tips are really helpful and true! I love #19 the most. We’re adults, we can’t expect others to take care of us and our pointless dramas. We have to take care of ourselves. Love this one! :)

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  8. Rajini Kumar

    Reblogged this on Rajnie's Blog and commented:
    Well Written. Enjoyed reading it. I liked the “Don’t use your Friends” very much. Cheers!
    :)

  9. I am posting this in my office, everyone needs to read this and then apply it to their life. Especially number 20. Rudeness is not a signifier of your importance. Truth.

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