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13 Things You Start Thinking About When You Hit Your Mid 20s

By seank

February 2, 2017 at 7:36pm

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The quarter life crisis is real.

When you reach your mid 20s, things start occurring to you that never did before and you discover a whole new set of anxieties. It's a time of transition, so you start to think about your next moves in life.

Here are just a few of the things you think about when you hit your mid 20s.

1. "SHIT, secondary school was nearly 10 years ago!"

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2. "I should really open a savings account"

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3. "How does one go about getting a Tesco clubcard?"

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Physical proof that you're finally an adult

4. "Maybe I should move to a different country while I'm still young"

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5. "The older I get, the more I relate to Friends"

This show just ages like a fine wine.

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6. "I reeeally need to improve my cooking skills"

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7. "Why are my friends becoming increasingly slower at replying?"

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8. "Fridays are actually the best day ever. I've never appreciated them as much as I do now"

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9. "I honestly thought I'd be a millionaire by now"

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10. "Maybe I should start doing the lotto"

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11. "Why is everyone posting about having babies on Facebook? Is this normal behaviour? Should I be doing this also?"

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12. "I really need to get my shit together"

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13. "Well, at least everyone else my age is in pretty much the same boat"

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