Youth in revolt

April 02, 2014

Guys, I think I'm missing something. And that's life. Sounds weird, I know. But let me explain

Last week, I was celebrating (kind of, I was a bit sick) my birthday with some friends at home.

We spent some time talking and making some jokes, until we decided to play drinking games. You know I love drinking, right? Well, we started to play this little game... "Never have I ever" (I mean, we've all been there) and to be honest, it's a game that I enjoy. Ok, I sound like an alcoholic...

Anyway, we spent a while playing that. I'll say the first questions were pretty normal, nothing I've never done (yeah, ask Victor, the pro) It was shot after shot after shot. Until my friends started to set the bar higher:

"Never have I ever smoked weed"
"Never have I ever slept in another bed"
"Never have I ever had sex with two different people in one week"

Aha I know. The list goes on and on. And you know what? I was the only one who wasn't drinking. It's not like I'm a saint but I'm not a demon either.

Now, I don't feel bad. But, should I? Somehow that made me think quite a lot about my teenage years. Maybe I'm not taking advantage of them. Ahhh, well.

You tell me... Is it too late for me now? Or are my friends too early? Is this youth in revolt?


  1. You're not wasting any time, cause if you don't like to do something, don't do it. If you do, there you would be wasting time. Better use it wisely with things you appreciate most :) xx

  2. Loved your words and illustration. And, don't feel bad!

  3. You're definitely in the correct way, you cannot be judged for doing or not something. Just be you, do what you feel you have to do and keep it unique like you know. <3

  4. I'm the very same way! Twenty years old and I'm still living like a child. You shouldn't feel bad for doing what feels comfortable or natural to you. Some people just aren't party people, and that's nothing to be ashamed of. To be honest, I often prefer the quiet-sit-at-home types over the let's-go-out-and-party types. :)



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