Stupid Questions You’re Asked At Every Age, 1-40

1. “How big are you?”
2. “How old are you?”
3. “Did you poop in the toilet?”
4. “Is it naptime?”
5. “Do you like kindergarten?”
6. “Are you reading by yourself?”
7. “How did you learn how to use a computer by yourself?”
8. “Do the kids at school make fun of your haircut?”
9. “Aren’t you scared staying home all by yourself?”
10. “How does it feel to be double digits?”
11. “Aren’t you a little old to be trick-or-treating?”
12. “Just checking…do you know how babies are made?”
13. “Kids your age aren’t drinking yet, are they?”
14. “Don’t you think it’s a little rude to be on your phone at the dinner table?”
15. “Kids in your grade aren’t having sex yet, are they?”
16. “Do you have a sweetheart for your sweet sixteen party?”
17. “Do you know what college you’re going to?”
18. “Did you get into all the colleges you applied to?”
19. “Have you chosen a major yet?”
20. “Do you know what you’re doing after college?”
21. “When I was your age, I was just drunk all the time. Are you?”
22. “Aren’t you worried that if you don’t go to grad school right away, you never will?”
23. “Can you explain your grad school program to me just one more time?”
24. “Do you have a job yet?”
25. “Your friends aren’t getting married yet, are they?”
26. “Don’t you think most people your age are just a little…self-absorbed?”
27. “Before you moved in together, did you have, like…a talk or something?”
28. “Do you have a better job yet?”
29. “So…any marriage plans?”
30. “How does it feel to be the big three-oh?”
31. “Have you chosen a date yet?”
32. “Have you chosen a venue yet?”
33. “Are you going on a big honeymoon?”
34. “So…any plans for kids?”
35. “Do you know whether it’s a boy or a girl yet?”
36. “How cute! Is it a boy or a girl?”
37. “So are you just…overwhelmed?”
38. “You’re not going to actually let your little one eat that, are you?”
39. “So…any plans for more kids?”
40. “How does it feel to be over the hill?” TC mark

image –Merra Marie

This post originally appeared on The Tangential.

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