You are now a grown-up only if you check 20/30 on this list
You weren't allowed to watch PG-13 movies until you were at least 13.
You had to ask permission for a sleepover several days in advance to build your case.
Your parents ran a background check on your friends' parents before you were allowed to go to their house.
Your first phone was one of those flip phones that could only call home and 911.
You had a set amount of "screen time" per day.
You were actually only allowed to watch TV or use the computer on the weekends.
The TV had parental controls that you could never figure out.
You weren't allowed to walk outside of your neighborhood alone.
You had a curfew all through high school.
You could never make last-minute plans because you needed several days to convince your parents to say yes.
You weren't allowed to ride in cars with anyone your parents hadn't met.
You had to go inside once the streetlights went out.
You had a secret Myspace, Xanga, or Facebook account because you weren't allowed to have one.
You either had to leave sleepovers the night before or were always the first one to get picked up in the morning.
You told your parents you were going to a "group hangout" or "small get-together" whenever you tried to go to a party.
You couldn't trick-or-treat alone with your friends until you were too old to even trick-or-treat.
You once told your parents you were at a friend's house when really you were off drinking in a field somewhere.
You weren't allowed to use the stove unless an adult was home, even as a teenager.
You weren't allowed to date until you were 16, but then when you turned 16, you were told it was actually 18.
If you had a friend of the opposite sex over, your parents would find an excuse to come in the room and "check on you" every five minutes.
You were used to getting the question "Will the parents be home?" any time you went to anyone's house, even if it was just to do homework.
You weren't allowed to do anything drastic with your hair, and you definitely couldn't dye it.
If you weren't allowed to watch a certain TV show, you just watched it at your friends' houses.
You got anxious whenever your friends got into trouble because you were convinced you would get in trouble for associating with them.
Your parents went through your text messages, instant messenger chats, or emails to make sure you were being appropriate.
Your friends changing plans stressed you out because you knew your parents would probably change their minds and not let you go at all.
You were told you had to leave a party if someone brought alcohol.
Your parents actually called weed "the devil's lettuce."
Parent–teacher conferences always made you extremely anxious even though you did nothing wrong in class, like, ever.
Even as an adult, you still feel an urge to ask your parents' permission for stuff.