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Maddie Rooney (29) has realised she has finally reached full adulthood.
In an unexpected turn of events, Maddie has found herself unexplainably excited about a spontaneous trip to Officeworks to get new printer inks.
Maddie had long considered herself the embodiment of youthfulness , known for her disdain for anything dull and a phobia for anything remotely resembling responsibility. However, the recent surge of enthusiasm for an impromptu visit to the office supply store has left friends and family stunned.
“For as long as I can remember going to Officeworks was a chore, something I had to do, not something I wanted to do.”
“But for some reason, I was really keen to get in there, I needed new printer Ink but I was also just keen to browse all the cool office supplies.” Maddie said.
While Maddie can’t quite put her finger on why she’s all of a sudden changed her priorities, experts say the phenomena is common among people who have recently transitioned into ‘full adulthood’.
“We actually see this a lot, generally speaking men at this stage of transition find that the highlight of their week is a Sunday Bunnings trip, while for women it tends to be a late night Officeworks run, but the two aren’t mutually exclusive.” said Dr.Omar Zraika, a professor at Sydney University.
Witnesses reported that Maddie’s eagerness to dart through the aisles of Officeworks was similar to that of a child in a candy store, albeit with a more sophisticated taste for stationery and office goods.
“We got another..” Said Luca Sulich (21), an Officeworks employee that was on shift during the incident .
“Every now and then we get a girl around the ages of 28-32 that’s way too excited to be here and they spend way too long here.” Luca told The Advocate.