Life is a scam
When you’re a kid you imagine how life would be as an adult.
As an adult you can start making money, you can vote, you can drink…
It seems that being an adult is awesome and it truly is but there’s load of stuff that no one prepared you for.
When you are young adults impose figures of authority.
On day, when you grow up, you find yourself eating healthy, controlling your emotions and being extremely nice to everyone for no reason.
You discover yourself being a good person just because you’re conditioned from childhood to be that way.
You respect people; you listen to others, and you help strangers in the street for no reason.
As adults we got stuck in patterns, patterns of Thank you, Please, I’m fine, You go first, As you prefer, If you like it that way is fine to me…
We constantly seek approval.
When I was a kid the Beatles were always playing as background music in my house.
No matter what we were doing, there were the Beatles there also.
A fact of growing up is that you lose time.
You work, you visit people, you exercise, you pay bills, you go shopping, you organize your clothes, and sometimes you forget to spend you precious seconds of life listening to cool music.
The music that makes you think of fun and awesome times, the music that you used to listen with your parents and friends when all the time was about being fun and awesome.
As a kid you take food for granted without never imagine the horror of grocery shopping or if you forget it, the horror of calling the delivery every single night.
From the outside, having dinner could appear as incredibly easy but is not.
Every night you arrive home wishing not to be hungry simply to avoid dealing with the food dilemma.
You buy food and eat it, yes sounds easy but when you’re the one doing it, it’s so much worse.
Should I prepare something? Should I go to my neighbor place and eat their food? Should I call the delivery?
A meal is not worth so many questions.
And that’s one of the main reasons adults are fit.
We don’t like to think, we skip meals.
Life is all about increasingly skip meals until one day we are so weak that we end up dying.
the world must know the truth!
Being young sucks
We tend to remember our teen years as wonderful but that’s because out memory fails.
Teen and young years are the ones you spend being suicidal and depressive.
Being adult means happiness and knowledge.
As you grow up you realize life is amazing and you are capable of attain any objective.
Mind and body of young people are not yet ready to enjoy life and that’s why their lives are hell.
Young people brains are not developed
If you are not yet an adult, your brain is undergoing horribly awkward changes.
During teenage years, every little calculation the brain makes is wrong.
All the stupid behavior you perform while you are young is not your fault.
Teenage brain is built in such a way that impressing other people is more or less the prime imperative.
Simple tasks are stressful for young people
There is a reason why young people are so whiny about little insignificant problems and is because for them it actually feels like gigantically stressful.
This is another symptom of the not yet formed brain I mentioned above.
The part of the human brain that makes you stop and reconsider doing stupid things is the prefrontal cortex.
It regulates decision making and helps control impulses.
If you put a teenager under a brain scan, his prefrontal cortex activity is almost shut down and with it, his ability to calculate risk.
Young people can’t process multi step instructions
Have you ever bought a cup of coffee and the boy serving you seems like suffering and ACV trying to remember both the size and the flavor you ordered?
A recent study from the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan shows that teenagers’ brains don’t yet have the part that handles multi-tasking.
The part of the brain that figures out what to do when you get a variety of information at once and how to sort through it all it doesn’t develop until after you’re adult.
Young people are stupid
When we were young technology’s limitations required us to fill in the blanks thus strengthen our imagination.
Today with video games so ridiculously realistic kids sit drooling in front of the screen and their minds get numbed from lack of use.
Technology makes kids dumber.
Text and instant messaging are making kids write ‘ur’ instead of ‘your’ and lot of other retarded truncations that every time you received an email you wonder if you’re looking at the successor to Esperanto.
the world must know the truth!