We all crave for some kind of life advice to save us from the struggles of life, or to at least be less affected by them. And, in the quest to get that advice we have talked to each and every person who we remotely consider to have their life together. In the end, all we get is everyone is miserable in their life, to some extent, it’s just that some people hide it better than others do.
As for the advices, the most miserable lives narrate the best advices for the world. And, the same is happening on Twitter for few days.
Netizens are now trying their best to give some solid advice and future presumptions regarding the magical age of 35 and what one should and should not have or do. More than anything really, it’s telling people some really great and interesting things to keep with themselves once they turn 35 and just like everything else in this world, people have also started creating jokes out of it they are hilarious nonetheless. This trend (almost meme) is going huge on Twitter and you need to check it now.
By age 35 you should have a shelf full of books you can't read because they're not ebooks, but can't throw away either because you intend to read them.
— Kiran Jonnalagadda (@jackerhack) May 20, 2018
by age 35 you should have a kitchen cabinet dedicated entirely to plastic bags that contain other, smaller plastic bags
— vytas (@peakysblinder) May 20, 2018
By age 35 you should have at least one fork in your cutlery drawer that you just don’t like, and actively frown at if you accidentally grab it.
— Wile E. Minogue (@chrisopotamia) May 20, 2018
By age 35 you should have at least two thirds of your hard drive space taken up by recursively nested copies of the hard drives from all your previous computers
— Alex Kerfoot (@akerfoot) May 20, 2018
By age 35 you should have like 2 real friends both of whom live in other states and around 700 online friends with whom your relationship is so tenuous that a simple opinion about a comic book movie could end it instantly.
— Migrant 'Van Buren (@Bahbuto) May 21, 2018
By age 35 you should have a junk drawer filled with USB flash drives you’re reluctant to throw out because you don’t know what’s on them but are reluctant to plug in because… you don’t know what’s on them
— aloria ? (@aloria) May 20, 2018
By age 35, you should have hoarded more books than any human could possibly read in three lifetimes, retirement experts say.
— Thomas Pluck (@thomaspluck) May 18, 2018
By age 35 you should have reached that stage of time confusion where you're convinced the 90s was only 10 years ago.
— Jen 'new She-Ra fanatic' Williams (@sennydreadful) May 21, 2018
By age 35 you should have approximately 10 times the existential dread you had when you graduated high school.
— Greg Hillis (@gregorykhillis) May 20, 2018
By age 35, you should have a cabinet full of cups and glasses that, in your mind, each have their own specific use, and should make you quietly appalled when a guest uses them for the wrong beverage
— Richard A. Chu, D.Div, OBD (@chaensaw) May 20, 2018
By age 35 you should have at least one draw in your house that anything can go in. Pens, wires, sandwich bags, forgein coins, menus, lighters….the works.
— Michael Parr (@MikeParrActor) May 21, 2018
by age 35 you should have a shitload of books. some of them you have read and are too sentimental to give away. others (you know in your heart) you will never read and yet you will keep these as well. all of these books have followed you through multiple moves.
— John Regehr (@johnregehr) May 20, 2018
By age 35, you should have at least 150 tabs open with articles you're GOING to read, you SWEAR, but you just don't have the time right now and you'll get to it as soon a—
— Quantian (@quantian1) May 20, 2018
By age 35, you should have lost most of your real life friends to misunderstandings, changing priorities, distance and unknown reasons and found a few hundred online strangers to laugh with.
— equa-nimmi-ty (@nimmypal) May 22, 2018
by age 35, you should have spoken with the Thing Under Your Bed at least once, and the Thing Without Eyes, and The Thing That Scratches The Eaves, the Thing That Bite, The Ceiling God, the Stunted Scream.
— Cassandra Khaw (@casskhaw) May 21, 2018
By age 35, if you're a first-generation-anything daughter, you should have put a younger sibling through college, bought your parents a house, be raising the child of a deadbeat brother, and function as family bank, social worker, and gender anxiety projection screen.
— Shailja Patel (@shailjapatel) May 22, 2018
By age 35 you should have an entire cabinet filled with Tupperware containers. That don’t match. Just a bunch of random bottoms and tops that come cascading out on you every time you open the door.
— Danielle H (@FoodosaurusRex) May 22, 2018
By age 35 you should have an approximate knowledge of all your passions and still be reluctant to work on any of them cos' you don't wanna die of starvation.
— Shivam (@GhantaGuy) May 21, 2018
To retire by 65:
By age 35, you should have 30 Bitcoin saved for retirement.
By age 45, you should have 15 Bitcoin saved for retirement.
By age 55, you should have 330,000 Bitcoin saved for retirement.
By age 64, you should have 6 Bitcoin saved for retirement.
— Paul Fairie (@paulisci) May 16, 2018
So, what are you planning to have or achieve by the age of 35?