The lure of adulthood is one of childhood’s biggest mysteries. When we’re at an age where we can run around free, finish school when it’s still daylight and get all our food for free, being a grown-up is somehow still something we long for.
Now, research has uncovered exactly what it is children aged eight- to 15-years-old think of grown-ups, and what they can’t wait for when they grow up.
YouGov found that going to bed whenever you want is the most popular grown-up privilege, according to the study’s mini participants.
This was followed by:
Let’s keep quiet about the fact that the realities of adult life actually prevent you from doing a lot of these. Ignorance is bliss, after all. 
But the children did also vote on what they saw as the worst things about being a grown-up. Having to pay bills came in at number one, followed by:
YouGov said children were most interested in moving …