- You idealize the 90’s. It’s probably pretty similar to the way your parents talk about The Beatles and Free Love, except we seem pretty fixated on Pogs and Clueless. Maybe not as influential on the world in the grand scheme, but who doesn’t love a slap bracelet?
- You think having a quarter life crisis is a real thing. Only 80’s/90’s babies would find a way to extend the teen angst period.
- Then you forgot about both of those things a day later and just started tweeting Mean Girls/apocalypse crossover jokes. (I’m just saying we could stand to work on our priorities and attention spans. Use your bogus Adderall prescription to make a positive contribution to the world).
- You have a bogus Adderall prescription.
- You need to calm down about Ryan Gosling.
- And cats.
- And Ron Swanson.
- You can barely pay rent but you somehow find the money for organic shampoo.
- You’ve written a list essay or shared a list essay about having a quarter life crisis or how great the 90’s were.
This list is not meant to belittle anyone in their 20’s, as I am a 24 year-old who has seriously considered self-publishing a book of essays called #MyPostGradLife about my quarter life crisis.