Friday, March 08, 2013

Quarter Life Crisis?

Reading Instapundit, I'm led to this bullshit article on a quarter-life crisis.  It seems that thirty-somethings are melting down.
If you're in the 25-to-35 age range and this is resonating, congrats: You're officially having a quarter-life crisis, something two thirds of young adults experience. Experts describe a QLC as a sense of panic that your life-career, relationships, etc.-isn't where you want it to be. 
Oh, bullshit!  To begin with, you jazzbos probably won't live to be 100 years old, so a quarter life crisis should occur when you're 17-18 years old (70/4), so if you're having your quarter life crisis when you're 25-30, you're late.  Get over yourself and get to work.  If your life/career/relationship isn't what you want it to be, get off your ass, reach between your legs to make sure you have a pair, and make it better..

Or, to quote Lee Ermy:  "Maybe we should chug on over to mamby pamby land where maybe we can find some self confidence for you, you jack wagon!"

You dumb sons of bitches.


Old NFO said...

They're the 'new' generation, they've never been allowed to fail and now they are. Which means they have NO idea how to handle it...

Anonymous said...

Im having a quarter group crisis because i cant hit one with my buckmark .22 at 15 feet i would love to practice more but can not find .22 ammo

SPEMack said...

Hey, my quarter life crisis invovled not being able to drink enough beer and chase enough sorority girls and still make the Dean's List when I got back home from the Sandbox. It was a rough time.