Over on social media app Instagram, there’s a really brilliant user called @instachaaz who is making waves with his brilliant post-it note art that perfectly sums up what it’s like to be an adult in the 21st century. We loved his account so much that we’ve decided to bring to you 12 of his best pictures so far – we highly recommend you give him a follow if you can.
You’re a native New Yorker
Perfect summing up of what it’s like to live in the most vibrant city in the USA
On food cravings
This is basically what happens when you know you should be eating your 5 a day, or chugging back a green smoothie, but actually want to dive headfirst into a vat of crisps followed by a Nutella chaser.
How you look when you leave the house determines who you’ll see
Look fine – you’ll bump into literally nobody. Look a mess – you’ll bump into every single ex partner you’ve ever known.
Tending to plants when you’re a grown up
Forget about them…forget about them…they look like they might die….GIVE THEM ALL THE WATER…GET SURPRISED WHEN THEY DIE…buy a new plant and start again
Take that, spllellchcke.
On the realities of washing your clothes
When your washing machine decides to throw a hissy fit. When you do get the door open you find the black sock that infiltrated your whites wash last week has somehow done it again…even though you don’t own any black socks.
If Superman existed
If Superman really did exist in the real world. He would use his superpowers to pick the ripest avocados known to humanity. Then go home.
On checking your phone
Giving us carte blanche to basically stop work and glue our phones to our hands (as if they weren’t already!)
There’s never not a good time for a nice chilled glass of prosecco, is there? Mmmmm mmm.
But there’s always someone who has to ruin it with existential meanderings, isn’t there? GO AWAY AND LET US ENJOY OUR WEEKEND, LAME BRAIN.
On using UBER.
It seemed like a good idea at the time, but when you realise you’re using it for a journey you could realistically just…you know…walk on…then you know you’ve got a problem. Also…Tony won’t buy you drinks.