Overheard in a College Cafeteria


“You know, I don’t really feel like I’m an adult. Its like I’ve physically grown older, but my brain hasn’t caught up.”


“I’ve got a sure way to know if you’ve grown up.”




“You know you’ve crossed over into adulthood when nap time is one of your favorite times of day.”


“I love naps.”


“Did you love them as a kid?”


“Of course not. Who did?”


“Exactly. You love naps, ergo, you’re an adult.”


“Huh. That actually makes sense.”


“Well, I am a genius.”


“I’d argue with that, but I’ll let it slide this time.”


“You are a wise woman.”


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2 Responses to Overheard in a College Cafeteria

  1. Pat Lockie says:

    I thought naps were a necessity. I must be an adult. Finally.

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