In truth, adults are just overgrown children. We all are. Adulthood is a myth. Adulthood isn’t developed or grown it’s taught. How would we have all turned out if nobody had told us to put away childish things? how would we have ended up if no one said: “GI Joe dolls are for kids. Grow up.” Being an adult means giving up the things you love and think are awesome because somebody made you feel bad.
Or at least, that’s how I see it. It’s also about taxes and income and all that stupid stuff. And you have to make doctors appointments for yourself and remember to brush your teeth. But that’s all beside the point. The point is, adulthood is a myth. If you’re not convinced, maybe Sarah Anderson’s comics will help you see the light. It’s all a lie, people. Adults don’t really exist. We’re all just kids that were bullied into growing up.
Let us know what you think of Sarah’s Scribbles in the comments section.
1: Just see how we act on dating to prove adulthood is a myth
2: Making friends is not that easy as you think
3: Buying clothes is a battle we never win. I’m dying in this dress
4: Writing and talking is very different things that we do
5: Those little crushes we get when we meet a nice guy
6: Browsing the internet is not a valid hobby, nope
7: Sweaty hands is the most fearful thing a child can go through. When you’re an adult it’s even harder.
8: Getting a hug is not always the best thing for you
9: Sometimes you just don’t want to talk to anyone, what..it’s ok
10: Remembering names is not that easy, you can get mixed up pretty easy
11: This is the cover of the book, it’s nice
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