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An adult is a stage of human development that is often characterized by increased responsibility, independence, and the realization that you actually have to pay for your own things.

While most people seem to think that becoming an adult involves getting a job, paying bills, and somehow managing to keep plants alive, there is actually a lot more to it than that.

For example, have you ever noticed how adults always seem to have opinions about everything? Even things that they know nothing about? It’s like they have a superpower that allows them to confidently express their thoughts on any subject, regardless of whether or not they have any actual knowledge or experience in that area.

And then there’s the whole thing with alcohol. Adults are always drinking wine and talking about the “notes” and “aromas” and other such nonsense. But let’s be real, most of them are just drinking it to forget about all of their responsibilities for a little while.

But perhaps the most defining characteristic of adults is their ability to complain. Whether it’s about the weather, their job, their kids, or just life in general, adults are always finding something to whine about. And yet they seem to take great pride in their ability to do so, as if complaining is some sort of badge of honor.

So if you ever find yourself wondering what it means to be an adult, just remember: it’s all about having strong opinions, drinking to forget your problems, and complaining about everything. And once you’ve mastered those skills, you too can join the ranks of the fully grown. Good luck!