10 Signs You're The Grandma Of The Friend Group
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10 Signs You're The Grandma Of The Friend Group

Is that a grey hair?

10 Signs You're The Grandma Of The Friend Group

Yeah, I may be a 70-year-old woman trapped in a 19-year-old body, so what? I’m like a fine bottle of wine, better aged. Every friend group has them and can undoubtedly point that person out. You play an essential role in the dynamics of the friend group and are the calm to everyone’s storm. I prefer the term “mature” rather than "old."

10 signs you’re the grandma of the friend group:

1. Wine is 9 times out of 10 your drink of choice.

Why would you want to sip on Natty Light when there’s Pinot Grigio? Still gets the job done.

2. You refuse to pull an all-nighter and are rarely in bed past 10 p.m. on school nights.

You'll never regret that full night of sleep.

3. Yet you’re the first one to wake up every morning.

Waking up at 9:30 is considered sleeping in.

4. Whenever your friends ask if you’re going out your answer is, “I don’t know, want to have a wine night instead?”

5. And when you do venture out, you’re the first one to ask if anyone wants to leave.

"Uber will be here in 10 if anyone wants to join."

6. You’ve replaced your finsta with a food insta or an insta for your dog.

Please, we've moved on to bigger and better.

7. Nothing excites you more than a good sale.

You know every promo code, where you can find that Free People top for cheaper, and the only notifications you get on your phone are from sales on your fashion apps.

8. You’re constantly complaining about every ache and pain in your body.

There's always something wrong, and you can never take too much Advil.

9. When your friends need to find you, you’re most likely at home.

Debating turning off my location on Find My Friends so people don't judge me for the unhealthy amount of time I spend at home.

10. When grandma does hit the town, the town takes a hit.

Who doesn't love old people? This grandma's still got it.

We're just a step ahead of everyone else.

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