Hey there, 22-year-old!
Are you ready to laugh your way into adulthood?
Brace yourself because we have 50+ hilarious jokes that perfectly sum up the perks and perils of being 22.
From awkward dates to quarter-life crises, these jokes will have you feeling seen, heard, and understood.
So, let’s ditch the stress and embrace the humor that comes with navigating our twenties.
Get ready for a good laugh, because this post is about to be your new best friend!
Jokes About Being 22 Years Old
Being 22 is like being stuck in the middle seat on an airplane—you can’t wait to get to your destination, but you’re not sure where you’re going.
I’m 22 years old and still can’t cook a decent meal. Looks like it’s ramen for life.
Being 22 is like standing on the edge of a cliff. You’re not sure whether to jump or go back.
I feel like I should have a real job by now, but all I do is scroll through social media and eat snacks.
At 22, I’m finally realizing that all those naps I refused as a kid, were priceless.
If I had a dollar for every time I changed my major, I’d be able to pay off my student loans.
I’m 22, and still don’t know how to properly fold a fitted sheet. Adulting is hard.
I’ve been 22 for a whole year now, and I still haven’t figured out how to get a 9 to 5 job.
I’m 22, and my parents still refer to me as their ‘baby.’ When do I get to be an adult?
At 22, I’m starting to realize that the ‘real world’ is just as terrifying as my childhood fears.
Being 22 is like being stuck in the awkward teenage years, except now we have to pay our own bills.
I’m 22, and still don’t know how to properly use a washing machine. Thank goodness for dry cleaners.
They say your 20s are for making mistakes, but at 22, I feel like I’ve already made a lifetime’s worth.
At 22, I’m starting to worry that my parents were right all along, and I should have become a doctor instead of an artist.
I turned 22 and realized that my metabolism is not as fast as it used to be. Time to invest in some jogging shorts.
At 22, I’m starting to understand why my parents were always so tired. Adulthood is exhausting.
I’m 22, and still have no idea what I want to do with my life. Maybe I’ll just become a professional couch potato.
Being 22 is like being stuck in a never-ending game of ‘adulting’—and I’m losing.
I’m 22, and my biggest accomplishment this week was remembering to put on pants before my Zoom meeting.
At 22, I’m realizing that I’ll never be able to afford a house, but at least I have my ramen noodles to keep me company.
What do you call a 22-year-old who still lives with their parents? A dependent.
Why was the 22-year-old so excited for their birthday? They can finally buy alcohol legally.
A 22-year-old’s favorite pastime? Paying rent.
At 22, it’s time to start worrying about your health. Mainly because your metabolism is starting to hate you.
What do you call a 22-year-old who’s never been in love? A free agent.
They say youth is wasted on the young, but at 22 you can’t even afford to waste money on youth.
When you turn 22, you’re officially an adult. But not really, let’s be honest.
A 22-year-old’s biggest fear? Running out of money before payday.
What’s the difference between a 22-year-old and a cat? The cat has more lives.
At 22, you’re old and wise enough to know better…but young enough to do it anyway.
The best thing about being 22? All the fun you can have on a budget.
A 22-year-old’s favorite song? I will survive on ramen noodles and tap water.
They say your 20s are your best years. At 22, you’re already a quarter of the way through them.
What do you call a 22-year-old who’s never had a job? A freeloader.
At 22, you’re expected to start making responsible choices. But let’s be real, who wants to be responsible?
The bad news when you turn 22? You’re just another year closer to 30. The good news? You can still party like you’re 21.
At 22, you start to realize that all the things your parents warned you about are actually true.
What do you call a 22-year-old who never leaves the house? An introverted adult.
The best part about being 22? The fact that no one expects you to have your life together yet.
At 22, you finally understand why your parents were so strict with you growing up.
I’m not just 22, I’m like a double deuce – twice as awesome and twice as unlucky in love!
At 22, I finally understand why they call it a quarter-life crisis. I’m a quarter of the way to my deathbed and still don’t know what I want to do with my life!
Being 22 is like being a sandwich – you’re not quite a kid anymore, but you’re not quite an adult yet either.
I’ve been 22 for a few months now and I still don’t know how to adult properly. Does anyone have a manual for this thing?
I’m 22, which means I’ve officially outlived Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Kurt Cobain. Checkmate, death!
Some say 22 is the age of wisdom, others say it’s the age of recklessness. I’ll let you know which one I end up being.
I may be 22, but my back feels like it’s 82 after carrying around all these student loans.
At 22, I’ve realized that the only thing worse than being too old for a kid’s meal is being too poor for an adult meal.
I’m 22 and still don’t know how to do my taxes. Is this what growing up feels like, because I don’t like it.
They say you’re supposed to have a savings account by the time you’re 2I have a savings account too – it’s called my mom’s couch cushions.
As a 22-year-old, I’m just excited to finally feel like I’m in my twenties. Even if it’s just the early ones.
At 22, I feel like I’m in a constant battle between my body wanting to stay up late and my brain needing to get enough sleep to function.
I’m 22, which means I’m legally allowed to drink, but I still can’t afford good alcohol. So, it’s watered down vodka and boxed wine for me!
As a 22-year-old, I feel like my metabolism is holding on for dear life. It’s like my body knows it’s all downhill from here!
I’m 22 and still look like I could pass as a high school student. The only difference now is that I have more debt and less free time!
At 22, I’ve learned to appreciate the little things in life, like when someone gives me a free slice of pizza with my order.
I’m 22 and still don’t have my driver’s license. I guess I’m just committed to living a hipster lifestyle – bikes and public transportation it is!
As a 22-year-old, I’ve come to the realization that I never actually grew out of my emo phase. It’s just evolved into adult-emo.
At 22, I finally have a grasp on the fact that avocado toast is a luxury, not a necessity.
I’m 22 and still haven’t figured out how to fold a fitted sheet. At this rate, I’ll be 50 by the time I master that skill.
Up to You!
You’ve made it through 50+ jokes about being 22 years old and come out the other side with a smile on your face (we hope).
Whether you’re actually 22 or reminiscing about those crazy times, we hope these jokes brought back some fond (and maybe cringe-worthy) memories.
Remember, being 22 is all about figuring out who you are and making mistakes along the way.
And hey, at least you’re not 23 yet!
Keep on laughing and making the most of this wild ride called life.
Cheers to you, 22-year-old.
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