When you're a youngster, the thought of adulthood sounds awesome. You can drink, vote, gamble, buy a gun, pay to touch boobies — basically, you can do whatever you want, within reason, of course.
Then again, there are also a crapload of things that no one tells you about being a grownup, and most of them suck. For instance, grocery shopping. This seemingly mundane task is on par with folding laundry and doing the dishes. It's terrible, slightly overwhelming, completely and entirely not fun, and it's the main reason why I've eaten Chipotle three times this week.
Read about this and several other dumb things no one warns us about adulthood right here. The only positive about all this is that you can get in your grownup car and grab a pint of Häagen-Dazs to help soak up your tears. (But that would require going to the grocery store.)