How does that old saying go? “You have to get older, but you don't have to grow up." That's all fine and dandy, but maturity is still important. If you're wondering how to avoid looking immature, then check out these signs of immaturity and try to avoid repeating them.
- 16 VOTES
Not Accepting Responsibility
From Redditor u/Heavy_Riffs:
I've noticed it's people that can't or won't accept responsibility for their actions when they f*ck up. I also think people that immediately try and assume control of a situation with no credibility are often immature idiots who don't know any better.
- 26 VOTES
Having A Sense Of Entitlement
From Redditor u/BlackBeardtooOP:
A sense of entitlement, without doing anything to deserve it.
- 36 VOTES
They Blame Everything That Happens To Them On Someone Or Something Else
From Redditor u/Soberdude:
When that person is ALWAYS being wronged by the world.
Instead of "I overslept" it's "The alarm clock I bought never went off."
That's fine, it happens to everyone now and then, but really Dave, if it always happens to you, you're the common denominator. Not everything and everyone in the universe thinks of you before they act, and they don't act maliciously towards you.
- 46 VOTES
Screaming When They Disagree With You
From Redditor u/DoctorWinchester87:
If they can't handle you disagreeing with them about something.
If it gets to the point that you scream, yell, and get aggravated just because someone disagrees with you, you've got issues.
- 56 VOTES
Bragging About Drinking Alcohol
From Redditor u/bethanynotbeth_:
Talking about how much alcohol they drink as if it’s something to brag about. (Especially after maybe the first month or two of being 21. At least for me, it got old pretty quick.)
- 64 VOTES
Insisting They're More Mature Than Other People Their Age
From a former Redditor:
When they say “I’m more mature than other people my age”