Macaulay Culkin Makes Everyone Feel Old Because He Announced That He Just Turned 40

We’ve got some news for you, but you gotta sit down. You see, the little kid from the Home Alone comedy series, aka the cursed TV menu for every single Christmas holiday since 1990, is not that little anymore. In fact, Macaulay Culkin has just made probably the most “couldn’t see that coming” type of announcement on Twitter: “Hey guys, wanna feel old? I’m 40. You’re welcome.”

It’s not that the news made everyone feel old. Everyone suddenly realized they’re ancient, and this bit is hard to swallow. Even more so, the forever-young comedy star has also declared he is about to enter a midlife crisis.

As you can imagine, people on social media were shattered, and while some begged him to stop, others would try to calculate how the heck this is possible. Please, someone, tell us that age is just a number and we all live in a simulation where Elon Musk is playing tricks on us, so we can just go back to sleep.

Macaulay Culkin just sent social media into an utter frenzy declaring he is now 40

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If making everyone feel ancient is part of Culkin’s job, he is nailing it

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And many felt overwhelmed by the news

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The Home Alone star also said it’s about time to start a midlife crisis and surfing would be a perfect new hobby to pick up

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People helped Culkin to get an idea of just how cool he’d look as his new midlife character

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