I'm 19 and I will turn 20 in about a month and I'm honestly not looking forward to it.
I feel like when my teen days are over it's pretty much the end of the best part of my life. Not like I was a popular quarterback fingering sluts left and right in HS or anything, but at least I'm still a careless teen, you know?
Anyways, what can I expect my 20s to be like? As a sort of heads up
stop with this shitty forced meme
you'll find that your age doesn't really matter, sure you'll have more responsibilities but it's not like you turn 20 and suddenly you're an adult. I know 26 year olds who still live like teenagers
Hijacking this thread cuz I'm in roughly the same position as OP. 19 going on 20 fairly soon, no direction in life, no skills, no money and no support and even if I had all that I don't know what I would even do.
Unless some rich uncle I've never met dies pretty soon, I'm not sure what the fuck I'm going to do.
>I feel like when my teen days are over it's pretty much the end of the best part of my life
Funny enough, as a teenager you're limited by your age. Those years are absolutely NOT the best of your life. College, on the other hand, should be a fun experience for you. Those are the years you'll most likely end up missing.
You're still a kid. Enjoy it, don't feel like you're leaving behind your golden years.
> Moving out of your parents' house
> Getting a job
Your days will be filled with endless monotony.
But at least you'll be able to date rape alcohol-infused teens and get away with it.
And vote for Bernie.
>College, on the other hand, should be a fun experience for you
College is fucking garbage. It's a giant money sink, an excuse to reoeat a couple of years of education you already had if you went to a decent highschool, the 'college experience' has been ruined by hugboxers and autism awareness posterchildren turning a lot of schools into glorified social clubs, and your degree will quite likely be meaningless unless you're at a STEM/research school.
Vocational school or self-employment is the way to go, as annoying as carpentry-sama is, he's got the right idea.