Matt Shirley is a man on a mission... a mission to make a graph a day. Each chart and graph contains the perfect combination of a brutal honesty and a heaping dose of humor and they're pretty much everything we need in life today.
Shirley appears to get inspiration from just about any and all everyday life scenarios that any of us can relate to (which is probably why the graphs and charts have become so popular so quickly,) and he places his ideas in a manner that virtually anyone could read and comprehend. Despite the obvious use of humor presented, Shirley also manages to inject quite a bit of insight into many of his little daily doodles.
And with over 43,000 followers on Instagram and growing it's only understandable that his simple charts have begun to take over the Internet, he's obviously gaining popularity and we're sure a lot of that has to do with how easy it is to relate to this project.
Which ones do you find the easiest to relate to? Scroll through and let us know!
"Fun" is a lie perpetuated by adults until we become adults and realize it's all a lie and it sucks to be an adult.
Don't call unless you're prepared to spend an hour being interrogated. By one parent.
I think not.
It's not a particularly fun game but dating wasn't meant to be enjoyed.
This one is even less fun, sorry.
This is the least fun game of them all.
Don't argue, just accept it.
Honestly, it's just all around bad. But the line to check out is by far the worst part.
Sunday night just means it's almost Monday morning and nobody likes Mondays.
It doesn't matter how many things you "need" to do, the ability to do nothing... it's the best.
Never watch a movie with your parents.
Never trust someone who enjoys running like it's some sort of hobby. It's not a hobby, it's torture.
I've been sucked into a void where I can't stop watching episodes of Game of Thrones.
I'm sipping a cup as I type this. It's lukewarm at best already.
You know what he means.
Don't even get me started on Rainbow Road.
I need all the pizza. Get in my belly.
The struggle is real.
It's a love-hate relationship.
No. We all get annoyed.
Anyone else looking at this and wanting to be a kid again? It can't be just me.
Too damn close to me.
We all need this chart in our lives!
It always ends the same.
It's one of life's greatest mysteries.
Another prime example of why it sucks to be an adult.
I hope you find this useful.
Why can't it just always be 72 F 24/7? Is that really asking so much?