So, I'm new to joeuser but figured I'd dive in with some thoughts and ramblings. I titled this article quarter life crisis because I am watching my roommate go through one as I type. He is 25, about to turn 26 in a few days and he is being overwhelmed with this transition that he has created in his mind from his "adventurous days" as he calls them, into a more formal type of manhood.
Over the past few days he has been reminiscing over the past 7 years of life and his late night antics that would often land him in the hospital wearing cherokee medical scrubs or on a random living room floor crashing for days at a time. It's funny to see him giving up things too. He just sold his longboard: Luke Nosewalker, probably traded it for some mcklein laptop bag. He is even getting rid of his sweet astro van in search of a more "economical" vehicle. He may not realize it, but he will miss that van. Next thing I know he will be moving out of our apartment because he bought a home and found some woman to marry. It could totally happen.