“I’m 43 years old and I don’t have time for people who don’t respect me. My patience for ignorance is getting weaker. I’m not really interested in getting rich or in retirement, and I don’t have time for people who don’t respect me. I started to care more about it. It’s not necessarily about making more money, it’s just about being happy. If the money comes, that’s fine.”
“I’m tired of grocery stores turning into social clubs. Now I order online and pick up in the parking lot.”
“It’s Daylight Savings Time. I’ve never had a problem with it getting dark early, but this fall honestly pissed me off. I hope next year will be better.”
“I’m 80 years old and I’m pretty good with computers, but I hate having everything on my phone and having to look for it, take it out, type in my password, and sometimes I misplace my phone. I also don’t like having to worry about something being deleted or accidentally deleted.I insist on invoices being mailed to me.I usually pay by check because it’s easy to know when and what I paid for. because it can be recorded in
“When I went to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, I waited in line for 45 minutes to get on a ride. That’s when I had an epiphany and realized it was more than just an amusement park.”
“New music. There’s no nurturing of artists anymore, so there are very few really talented people, and there’s so much music available that it doesn’t seem worth seeking out these artists. Especially music and musicians. I love you already. “
“I can’t be bothered to contact a company. I recently tried to make a purchase on Amazon and had a problem with my card. I decided to call Amazon to find out what was wrong. The app allows me to make calls. You asked me a question before, and my answer was to completely forget I bought it.”
“I’m not anywhere near the bathroom. I refuse to put up with it.”
“When I was in my 20s, I was out partying most of the week. I loved clubbing, dancing, and staying up late. Now that I’m in my 40s, all I want to do is stay in the comfort of my home and hang out with friends. Just texting and getting dressed.”
“I’ll go anywhere that doesn’t have parking. I don’t want to drive around the block for 20 minutes just to squeeze into a small spot with vague street signs. Let me park!!”
“I’m short, so I finally gave up and these days I only buy seat tickets for concerts. I don’t watch anything anyway.”
“To try some kind of new thing. When I was a kid, I always wanted to try anything at least once. Now, I’m not interested in things like water skiing or scuba diving anymore. The world is big, so I want to pursue it. There are so many new activities and interests to do, things to do and places to go, and temptations are no longer there. The other thing is that at this age you get to know your body’s habits and what its weaknesses are (and which weaknesses you can change and which ones you can’t). to better understand the
“I’m retiring in four weeks. I’m tired of my toxic boss, commute, uniforms, and office politics. I’m looking forward to reading, music, and road trips, but I don’t have a schedule. I’m free.”
“I’m in my mid-40s, and I certainly miss the benefits of my youth. The pain has crept in, I can’t eat anything I want, and healing has slowed down. But what do I care about? It feels so liberating to not have to. People think about you, you do what you want when you want, you drink coffee outside alone at 6am when the whole world is asleep, you wear shorts. I mow the grass in knee-high socks and enjoy quality time with friends. I’m young.”
“After years of flying, and after flying a lot for work, I now avoid flying for any reason. I hate everything about flying. To my friends: Said: If you want to meet face to face, please come to Big Sight.Ringo.
“For me, it’s the noise. It really made me realize how our society is completely oblivious to other people’s personal boundaries. Especially loud noises that others would have no interest in hearing at all.” When it comes to their music, many of us seem to want to hear their music, whether it’s music coming out of our cars, at outdoor concerts, or in our nearby homes and apartments.
“It’s a digital coupon. I hate dealing with QR codes to find out sale prices. By the way, I’m 70 years old.”
“I literally don’t want to do anything I don’t really want to do. Recently, two letters sat unopened on my desk for a month. There was nothing in either letter that I really wanted to deal with. Because I knew it wouldn’t.”
“There’s no need to hold on to a toxic relationship in hopes that one day the relationship will change. I have a three-strikes rule, but I’m considering changing it to one-strike. No drama, no arguments, no arguments. I don’t need it, I’m just saying bye-bye.”
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“As I approach 90 years old, I have a long list of things I used to do that I have given up on due to age and experience. I no longer do that. I avoid crowds and drive a lot less. I don’t trust politicians anymore, and I don’t answer unknown numbers. However, when I get older, There are also a lot of positives when you visit.Although I rarely fly, I can afford to travel by plane or on business.I also have great hopes for my grandchildren, because they will be in most of the hills. for the time has come to climb the
Now that you’re an adult, is there anything you absolutely don’t want to do? If so, please let me know what it is in the comments below.