Lately, in the past year or so, I've noticed that most of my friends, both girls and guys (all aged 22 or 23), have become total pensioners (not sure how else to call them). A year or two ago, I remember that there wasn't a weekend when we didn't go clubbing.
These days it's like, whenever I want to go clubbing on the weekend, I actually need to dial quite a few numbers in order to (maybe) get someone to go out clubbing with me. I just spoke to a friend of mine, and she said - well, we've all been going out since we were 15, you know you get kind of tired by the age of 22. Tired?! I'm 23 and on my senior year of business studies, and feel like I'm starting to experience life like never before, and that I have quite a few years of having real good times ahead of me.
Not to mention that most of these people don't remember the last time they had either a serious relationship, or at least had someone to have sex with. Shouldn't they be on the front lines, trying to find someone? Or at least have a good time? I for one go to clubs to enjoy the music, and always have, and if some cute piece of ass comes along - great!
I'm worried that my friends will end up getting married @ 26 or 27 with the first half-decent girl they find, thinking that they struck it big, when in reality, they just got married to her because who knows when the next opportunity will come along!
But not to go astray from the point of this post - why the hell are 23yo people doing, becoming fucking pensioners?! These days, for them the idea of a good time is hanging around "the hood", taking a stroll around the block, and maybe hopping into a car and driving to one of those fast-food kebab places. When they should be out having the time of their life, and experiencing all sorts of wonderful things before they settle down, right?