What to Write in a 30th Birthday Card Funny

Turning 30 is a large milestone to hit in one’s life. Leaving your 20’s is a symbol of losing your youth to many people. Here is a look at some amazing examples of what to write in a 30th birthday card that is funny for anyone entering into their third decade.

“30 is as good as any age — if not more so — to start making your dreams come true. Have a great 30th birthday. Here’s hoping it’s the start of something really big.”

“30 is the age between youth and old age. Make the most of it before you’re past the point of no return – your forties! Happy birthday.”

“At 30, you suddenly become more mature, more responsible, more self-disciplined, more reliable, more grown-up: just like your parents. Happy 30th birthday.”

“At thirteen, you were officially a teenager. At twenty one, you were officially an adult. But at thirty, you are unofficially old. Happy 30th birthday.”

“Being thirty is when you can be an adult in the world of youngsters who are in their teens and twenties, and a youngster in the world of adults who are in their forties and fifties. Enjoy the best of both worlds. Enjoy, happy birthday.”

“Congratulations for turning thirty. From here on, life is less about knowing how old you are and more about believing how young you feel. Happy birthday.”

“Congratulations, you now have 30 excuses to let someone younger than you lift something heavy.”

“Farewell to your youth – it was good while it lasted. Happy 30th.”

“I can’t believe it took you thirty years to grow up. Better late than never though. Happy 30th birthday.”

“I know that now that you are in your 30s, you are going to have to really grow up and become a mature and responsible adult.”

“If you weren’t my best friend, I would tell you how dreadful it is to turn thirty. But since you are, I don’t want to spoil the party. Happy birthday.”

“If you’re this depressed now, what are you going to do when in ten years you hit the big 4-0 mark? Come on, I’ll even help you blow off all these candles. Happy 30th birthday.”

“It doesn’t matter how you have lived your life so far. What matters is how you are going to live it from now on. Happy 30th birthday.”

“It’s not the physical aging, but the psychological aging that really makes you feel old at 30.”

“Life before thirty is for making mistakes and life after thirty is to repent for all of them. Happy birthday.”

“Life is too short to be lived counting the years. Just enjoy the ride and make awesome memories. Happy birthday.”

“Live life doing what YOU love, not what impresses others. Happy birthday.”

“Look back on regrets and laugh them off, look forward to your dreams and pursue them with all your heart. Happy birthday.”

“Nothing changes when you cross thirty except that you have to replace your moisturizer with an anti-aging cream. Happy birthday.”

“Now you’re getting further from your physical prime, but your mental prime is approaching.”

“One of the most inspirational ways to usher in your thirtieth, is to face one of your fears and do something that takes away your breath. Happy birthday.”

“Stop worrying about what’s gone by. Start celebrating what lies ahead. Happy birthday.”

“Stop worrying about your age. There will be many other problems to worry about in life after you turn thirty. Happy birthday.”

“The best part about being thirty is that there are no uncertainties in life. You are sure that it’s all going to go downhill from here. Happy 30th birthday.”

“The countdown to your midlife crisis has just begun. Tick tock tick tock. Happy 30th birthday.”

“The secret of being happy in your thirties is quite simple – take each day as it comes. Happy birthday.”

“There is one thing worth looking forward to when you turn thirty – you are almost halfway to retirement benefits. Happy birthday.”

“Thirty is the time to really start living your life to the fullest, so that by the time you are old you would have experienced life’s best. Happy 30th.”

“To me, you’re still a wide-eyed kid — with three decades of hard knocks and easy pickings to call yourself 30. Happy 30th birthday.”

“Try not to think of it as 30 candles. It’s really just 15 candles per lung, and you’re not old unless you can’t blow them all out in one breath.”

“Turning thirty gives you the perfect bird’s eye view of your life. You know exactly what mistakes you made in the past and exactly how to correct them in the future. Happy 30th birthday.”

“Turning thirty is life’s way of telling you that the most beautiful phase of your life has just begun. Happy 30th birthday.”

“Turning thirty is the moment when you are old enough to understand life’s bigger responsibilities but young enough to shirk some of them while you still can. Happy 30th.”

“When you were twenty, you felt like growing up and becoming thirty. When you will be forty, you will wish you could go back to being thirty. So to conclude, being thirty is just perfect. Happy birthday.”

“Wishing you all the best for this incredibly important day for you. May all your dreams come true! Happy 30th birthday from all of us.”

“Wow, you’re 30 now. There’s no better time in your life to celebrate with friends or family…except if you’re 29 or younger. Happy 30th.”

“You are now an official mature and responsible adult. This means you also have to start acting like one. Happy 30th birthday from all of us.”

“You’ll never be trusted by a teenager again. You’re officially too old to trust.”

“Your 30th birthday party might seem like attending a funeral for your youth, but it’s really a welcome party into the beginning of the rest of your life. Happy birthday.”

“Your body may have turned thirty today but the way you look like a hot twenty one year old suggests that your beauty will never be able to catch up with your age. Happy 30th birthday.”

“Your physical prime might be in decline, but at least your mental prime is on it’s way! Happy 30th.”

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