Kidult

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A socially immature adult who acts like a kid and revels in being young at heart
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However, when for some reason kidults are asked to do something grown up, it's now considered something to boast about on social media.
First and foremost, by reconciling empathy with cognitive dissonance of kidults. In marketing, it is as old and simple as push-and-pull strategies: declutter their brand environment by simplifying their decision-making process from the get-go.
9 9 from www.argos.co.uk Getting around in the capital over the coming weeks is likely to be a challenge, so you may see a few more "kidults" on foldable scooters like these.
Team GB Racing Scooter (pounds 39.99, argos.co.uk) Getting around in the capital over the coming weeks is likely to be a challenge, so you may see a few more "kidults" on foldable scooters like these.
"We have also seen a growth in interest in larger homes suitable for extended families, with the nuclear family no longer the norm, step families, boomerang kidults and elderly relatives living increasingly longer.
According to the article, my generation is one of 'kidults', who rely on parents emotionally - and often financially - well into their 30s and 40s.
De uma epoca em que a transicao da infancia para a adultez acontecia quase automaticamente, passouse para outra em que adolescencia era sinonimo de "rebeldia", ate chegar-se hoje ao universo dos tweens, das irmaes e dos kidults (4).
Living at home economy boost "KIDULTS" - working adults who still live with their parents - are helping to pull the nation out of recession, the Western Mail can reveal today.
pre-teens, tweenies, kidults, generation X, rappers, hip hoppers, homies, surfer) and focusing on their multiple identities, differences, desires and buying-power.
Furthermore, kidults consume forms of entertainment once reserved for children, including (but not limited to) kids' books, game consoles, iPods and animated movies.
He also suggested aged-based client segmentations such as Gen X-ers and Baby Boomers becoming irrelevant as people self-actualized at different times, leading to ever-smaller segments, such as "boomerangs," "kidults," and "rejuveniles." Focusing on age alone would not capture the different motivations of clients, but it would make it harder to serve them appropriately.
Meanwhile, many adults are seeking to recapture their lost childhoods--these youth-seeking grown-ups have been called "rejuveniles" or "kidults." Those who come back to live with their parents have been dubbed "boomerangers."