How would you rate or evaluate your period of adolescence? What has it been like, typical, atypical, etc.
“My period of adolescence has been atypical. I do not do anything fun or out of the ordinary. The most exciting thing I would do would be going to a movie and coming back home at a late hour. My adolescence has been nothing but going to school and going back home, for the rest of the day, and have it all repeat the next day.”
“But anywho if you’re reading this I’m really 14 and once again only here to make friends so message me? c: please no one over 19 gets weird after that o.O”
– from a 14 YEAR OLD GIRL’S DATING PROFILE????? WTF???
Q: What’s the difference between a KKK member and a teenager?
A: The KKK member hates people for no reason!
adolescentilism – n. sexual arousal from dressing as an adolescent
Dining out one evening I noticed some teenagers celebrating at a nearby table.
When one girl pulled out a camera, I offered to take a picture of the group. After one photo I suggested taking another just in case the first one didn’t come out.
“That’s ok,” she said as she took her camera back. “I always get double prints.”
1. The Macy’s One Day Sale Flu.
2. The Drivers License Renewal Appointment 24-Hour Virus.
3. The Friday-Afternoon-Start-The-Weekend-Early Sudden Unbearable Stomach Pains.
4. The I’m Looking for a New Job and I Don’t Know How Long It’s Going to Take, but I Want To Stay On The Payroll Until Then Mysterious Infection.
5. The My Boyfriend’s Got the Week Off So Suddenly I’m Too Contagious To Come In To The Office Disease.
6. The I Need a Hair Cut and My Stylist Doesn’t Make Evening Appointments Bout of Influenza.
7. The There’s No Federal Holidays for Two Months and I Want a Day Off Sickness.
8. The It’s Spring Break and I Want To Pretend I’m a Teenager Again General Ailment.
9. The I’ve Messed Up Royally and I Won’t Come In To Face the Music Terminal Illness.
10. The I Really Am Sick and I’ve Got The Doctor’s Bills and the Completed Medical Expense Reimbursement Forms to Prove It Infirmity.
Q: What’s the difference between an eleven-year-old girl and a fifteen-year-old girl?
A: A five-dollar difference in your phone bill.
Mother to her teenaged daughter: “Are you going steady now?”
“Yes, I am, Mom. On Tuesday with Mike, Wednesday with Jimmy, Thursday with Frankie…”
One teenaged gal to another: “Danny and I are going steady, and our romance is looking up. His dad raised his allowance.”
Did you hear about the teenaged gal who plans to run away from home as soon as she figures out how to pack the telephone?
glump – n. the default posture of a teenager.
Ex. 1: He/she/it glumps.
2: He/she/it is a glumper.