Women share the signs that prove you’ve hit 35 – from turning the lights off to save electricity to CHIN hair in a hilarious Twitter thread
- Anne Thériault, 35, from Toronto, shared her experience of hitting mid thirties
- Admitted she had developed an obsession with saving electricity and tidying
- Her hilarious tweet quickly went viral where it racked up over 60,000 responses
- Many admitted they were morphing into their parents and shared own signs
A woman has shared the hilarious realities of turning 35, sparking a viral thread among fellow users.
Anne Thériault, 35, from Toronto, took to Twitter over the weekend to share her view on the things every woman should be doing by their mid thirties.
She wrote: ‘By the age of 35, every woman should – be walking around the house saying, ‘Why is every single light on? Do I look like I’m made of money? Open a curtain for once, will you?’ – wonder aloud why this room that she just tidied is messy again – have developed a library of sighs’.
And her tweet quickly racked up 57,000 likes, 7,000 retweets and 1,500 replies.
Anne Thériault, 35, from Toronto, took to Twitter over the weekend to share her view on the things every woman should be doing by their mid thirties and her thread quickly went viral
Many agreed that they had also developed an obsession with turning off the lights to save electricity, and obsessively opening the windows for ventilation.
‘It’s so stuffy in here! Look, there’s a window right here, why didn’t you open it! It’s a beautiful day outside, you don’t know what you’re missing!’, one wrote, demonstrating her daily activities.
Addressing the obsession with turning off lights, one wrote: ‘Often said by my mum. Occasionally muttered by me while resisting saying it out loud because then I have become my mum.’
Meanwhile another user admitted that she that she was keen to be invited to every event, but never planned on attending.
Many agreed that they had also developed an obsession with turning off the lights to save electricity, and obsessively opening the windows for ventilation
Elsewhere others cited dramatic sighs and short term memories as other hilarious side effects.
‘I am 38, and I find myself heavily sighing for no reason 70 per cent of the day, and saying ‘okay…’ under my breath with an air of exhaustion each time I complete a menial task (making the bed, after blow drying my hair, etc)’, one wrote.
Another added: ‘Also getting up to get something from another room only to get there and forget what you were supposed to grab so you sit down again and immediately remember what it was you meant to get in the first place’.
‘If, by the age of 35, you are not having animated one sided conversations with yourself, better check your birth certificate just to be sure you got your age right,’ another wrote.
Elsewhere others cited dramatic sighs and short term memories as other hilarious side effects
Meanwhile others found they were morphing steadily into their parents.
‘I’ve literally become my dad, ‘You’re cold? You’re wearing a t-shirt, put a sweater on! Oh no you don’t. Don’t touch that thermostat!’ …and that’s to my husband!’
Elsewhere one user admitted she had developed an obsession with lids.
She wrote: ‘Tightening up every lid, screw cap, bottle top from the pantry to the bathroom. Because *someone* just placed the lid on top and did not bother to turn it or tighten it. At least once. Every hour of the day’.
And even worse, one claimed to have grown chin hair the morning of her birthday.
The outraged user tweeted: ‘A chin hair or two. I swear to god they were not there when I was 34 but the morning after my birthday. Granny beard!’.
Meanwhile another user admitted that she that she was keen to be invited to every event, but never planned on attending
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