Definitions of Words in Your 20s vs 30s

Many words seem to have different definitions depending on whether you are in your 20s, 30s or even older.

10pm
To someone in their 20s: Still too early to be fashionably late
To someone in their 30s: Bedtime at last

Fancy meal
To someone in their 20s: Pizza with more than 3 toppings
To someone in their 30s: Something made with fresh ingredients that takes over 20 minutes to prepare

Doing laundry regularly
To someone in their 20s: Washing your clothes before you have to wear your underwear twice
To someone in their 30s: Washing your clothes at least once a week

Good wine
To someone in their 20s: Something that you don’t have to pay for
To someone in their 30s: Something that’s worth every penny

Broccoli
To someone in their 20s: That green thing that you buy at the grocery store to rot in the back of your fridge
To someone in their 30s: A vital ingredient for stir-frys

Hair dye
To someone in their 20s: A great way to express yourself and look different
To someone in their 30s: Essential to cover white hair and look the same

Night clubs
To someone in their 20s: A great place to meet new people
To someone in their 30s: The one place that’s more crowded than the metro during rush hour

Savings
To someone in their 20s: Something you need to join your for friends for spring break
To someone in their 30s: Something you need to buy more fancy home appliances

Games
To someone in their 20s: Flip cup, beer pong and spin the bottle
To someone in their 30s: Charades + what happens at baby showers

The minimum about of time required between getting home from a vacation and going to work
To someone in their 20s: 30 minutes
To someone in their 30s: 10 hours

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