Twitter Is Bursting With 'By 35' Jokes & Once Again We Thank Tweeple For Keeping Things Real

I mean, we are not ready to even adult yet and they expect us to save? What are we, our parents? 

Don’t you just hate it when superbly successful people talk about adult things like “savings” and “investments”? I mean, we are not ready to even adult yet and they expect us to save? What are we, our parents?  You are just 24. Or 28. Or 33. And there is way too much on your plate to be attended to anyway. There is a Zara sale every month, Netflix subscriptions shoot up every year and hey, am I the only person who thinks that petrol prices are shooting up?

Well, earlier this year a website called  Marketwatch spouted a line in its article that only my father can get away with, by 35, you should have twice of your salary saved for retirement. Well, we wish. Though they published it in January, it was reposted last week. And since then the good  people on Twitter are getting real about what you should actually expect to have “by age 35.”

Marketwatch, are you serious?

Here’s what you actually can do by age 35

1. Food goals are important

2. Yaay, plans! So 35 will be as same as 30

3. Ya, get organized

4. Friendship goals, you are talking about?

5. Life Goals!

6. More life goals, it seems.

7. We hope no black money involved

8. The story of my life

9. Can we do that?

10. That’s easy?

In case, you think Marketwatch didn’t notice the reaction. Here’s what they want to say to millennials.

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