Whether it’s a piercing, a hairstyle, makeup, or music… we’ve all gone through a certain phase that we were SURE was going to last. This Green Day CD is my identity, mother fuckers…
here are a bunch of those PHASES that people chose to share.
“That I’d be the first pro snowboarder/nba player.
I’m a moderately successful public school teacher.”
“Well I’d always pictured myself at 80 in Tripp pants and eyeliner. Turns out the pants were too heavy to be comfortable and the eyeliner was just because girls liked it.”
“I 100% was sure I would be an author. I got a poem published in an anthology at 13, and I signed that shit and handed the books out to people at my moms work like I was a celebrity. I carried around a little leather bound notebook and would write god awful angsty poems and short stories. Turns out writing an actual novel that is worth reading is HARD.”
“My emo style and music tastes. I look back at photos and listen to some of those songs and think to myself, “you dumbass.””
“I went through a Jedi phase in college, triggered because Star Wars: Jedi Outcast had just been released for PC. I grew my hair long and braided the sides, wore brown and gray robes, became vegetarian, carried a lightsaber, and occasionally mentioned I sensed disturbances in the Force.”
“That death metal was the only good music out there. Don’t get me wrong I still love it but I’ve grown to appreciate all music.”
“Thought for sure I’d be a goth for life. “It’s not a phase mom, this is who I am!”
“I always thought I’d move to the city and work my way up in tech or finance (oh joy) and have a house in a nice neighborhood with awesome neighbors.
I now own 100 acres in New Mexico and have an established vineyard with absolutely no neighbors or kids. Just me, my wife, and my rattlesnakes”
“I spent all of my inheritance on a prosumer video camera and other video kit. I was determined to be the greatest cameraman of all time. Now I can’t even be bothered to take photos with my phone… and I wish I had that 5 grand too!”
“I was going to be a rockstar. It was the late 80s and rock music was everywhere from our movie screens to our walkmans. Well I was all in and didn’t go to college because why would I need it I was going to be a pro musician. Well now I look back on that 30 years later and it ABSOLUTELY was a phase complete with long hair and ripped jeans.”
“Hating my mom.i absolutely hated her, yes she was flawed but As I have gotten older I understand her more and why she made the life choices she did and just how strong she truly was. I dont think she ever realized how truly amazing she was.”
*Editor’s note: I know this one isn’t funny, but hopefully it serves as a reminder to some people to reach out to your family every now and again.
“Shaving my eyebrows off and replacing them by drawing thin lines with an eyebrow pencil. It was a short phase but I was convinced that I wanted to look like that forever..”
“The hairstyle I had. I used to be quite insecure about how big my ears were so I’d always have this longish helmet hair that always had to cover my ears. My mum would always try convince me to get it cut shorter but I never did. Until I grew older into my late teens and found the hair real inconvenient to wash and take care of all the time so I cut it short and have never looked back. I’ve grown to like my ears and now it feels nice not having to worry about hiding them anymore.”
“I was a “therian”. Basically, I firmly believed that there was a wolf/dog’s soul inside my pasty human body. I believed this for an EMBARRASSINGLY long time, probably from elementary school all the way up until age 16 or so. I took it as seriously as a kid that age can take something and I thought it was my soul forever.”
“My hyper-obsession with the Zelda games. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll still kick back with Ocarina of Time now and then, but as a teen, the Zelda series was basically the only thing I cared about. My entire life revolved around it. Now it’s just–eh, I like playing the games now and then.”
“Super skinny jeans. Holy shit were they cringey.”
What’re some of your “totally not a phase” moments in life???
Let us know!
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