Hear me out! Why can’t the age where you stop being a child only be determined by the age owner? Why do other people get to have a say in the span of my years?
What if I want to be a thirty-year-old child? What does it have to do with you, Sarah?
How is my caprisone affecting the course of your life?
The problem with all these naysayers is that they do not have foresight, so I have put together a list of things you can do to convince them ultimately.
1. Falsify your age: your leaders are doing it, so why can’t you. If you want to be five years younger, you are free.
2. Invest in onesies: what other way to convince the people in your life that you are a child and deserve children’s day than to dress like them.
3. Get a cup of audacity: if there is one thing little children have? It is audacity. Get yourself a fresh batch of it, and you’ll be on your way.
4. Don’t do what your parents want from you: I think this is the last and final step to becoming a full-blown child, but I mean, if you are well over 23 and unmarried, you are already on the track.
Happy children’s day!!!