Act your age, not your shoe size! Ummm… good one?
Just what does ‘act your age’ mean anyway? Is there an age where you’re suddenly supposed to grow up? 18? 26? Nope. According to a survey done in the UK, the age where you need to start ‘acting your age’ is 38 years old. That’s when you should stop getting tattoos and piercings and getting hammered in public. Ladies, you still get 1 more year with your short skirts and dresses (39 years old). The same survey says respondents feel it’s OK to stay young at heart, but that your actions need to mature.
More age restrictions for you: stop going to music festivals by 45. Stop wearing skinny jeans and get off social media by 47 (that one I can live with).
Find some more details on the survey from Express.co.uk right here