As we get older, we hear more people tell us what we can no longer do. It's like when we hit retirement age, instead of having the freedom of not having to go to work every day, we have more restrictions on our movements and what we should and should not wear.
Society seems to always be telling us that we are too old to do certain things. From the way we dress, to getting tattoos, even when to cut our hair, there is a time for everything according to a new study.
One study surveyed 2,000 people, and even though it's based on popular opinion, people responded with judgmental answers that really have us fired up.
People believe that you're too old for tattoos by the age of 38, so I guess inking your grand kids names on your arm isn't a thing. We'll see about that!
We all enjoy listening to music, but apparently the cut off age for attending music festivals is 45. Whether it's the heat exhaustion or the excessive amounts of beer consumed, this is no longer the place for you to be. I guess even if it's a band that's older than us, there's no exception?
Long Hair, Don't Care
There's also a cut-off for when you should be cutting off your locks. Apparently by age 46, you're officially too old for long hair and you should be looking at a shorter more "age-appropriate" style. I think I will stick with my giant hippie braid, thanks!
Wearing a Bikini
So apparently you should be kissing your bikini body goodbye once you hit the age of 46. Which is completely ridiculous because who wants to deal with tan lines!?
Wearing Skinny Jeans
The apparent cut off to wear skinny jeans according to society is 47, but what about jeans in general?
Apparently when we should ditch the denim, however, is way before we even are considering retirement.