Well, I couldn't resist...
|1.Having a mortgage
2.Mum and dad no longer make your financial decisions
3.Paying into a pension
4.Conducting a weekly food shop
5.Written a Will
7.Budgeting every month
8.Being able to cook an evening meal from scratch
10.Having life insurance
12.Having a savings account
13.Knowing what terms like 'ISA' and 'tracker' mean
14.Watching the news
15.Owning a lawn mower
16.Doing your own washing
17.Taking trips to the local tip
19.Being able to bleed a radiator
20.Having a joint bank account
21.Having a view on politics
22.Keeping track of interest rates
23.Finding a messy house annoying
24.Being able to change a light bulb
25.Owning a vacuum cleaner
26.Holding dinner parties
27.Listening to Radio 2
29.Spending weekend just 'pottering'
30.Mum starts asking you for advice
31.Carrying spare shopping bags just in case
32.Like going round garden centres
33.Wearing coats on a night out
34.Going to bed before 11pm
35.Making sure mum and dad are phoned at least once a week
36.Classing work as a career rather than a job
37.Repairing torn clothing rather than throwing it away
39.You wash up immediately after eating
41.Buying a Sunday paper
42.Always going out with a sensible pair of
43.You like receiving gift vouchers
44.Work keeps you awake at night
46.Having a 'best' crockery set
47.Being able to change a car tyre
48.Being sensible enough to remove make up off before bedtime
49.Being able to follow a receipt
50.Owning 'best towels' as well as 'everyday towels'
No, haven’t got one.
No, only myself to blame there too (and the CSA)
Having kids does not make you an adult, merely fertile.
How does that make you an adult?
I do, but it doesn’t make me an adult
Watching it yes, believing it no
No, my good Lady does though
Only because they don’t collect
A ten year old could do that
That they are all corrupt idiots? Yes
Again a ten year old…
This makes you an adult how?
Why? I mean why?
What and worry the hell out of them
I can, I don’t
Trainers and walking boots
Only if threatened
I don’t wear make up
To me being an adult isn't what you own or what you listen too, it's not even what you do. It's a state of mind, a willingness to take the consequences of your decisions.
Now look through the papers at the politicians, civil servants, social workers, police chiefs etc who constantly try to shift blame.
That isn't what adults do...