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« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2005, 12:20:04 AM »

I'm 44.
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« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2005, 03:17:55 AM »

I turned 20 in March and I am fine nothing really changed. Never really thought about it as much. Just another number I suppose So don't worry about it Slick. I am still immature as I was at 16 :)

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« Reply #17 on: May 07, 2005, 08:03:19 AM »

wow a lot of responses to sort through. I have a final today so I can't post any results yet. Expect a large collection of links around 8 pm tonight (Saturday).
Odinn7, you said you were half dead. The average life span for a male living in the US is about 74-years old. Therefore you must be 37-years-old. That, or you are experiencing the big Hawaii Five-Oh...

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« Reply #18 on: May 07, 2005, 08:30:23 AM »

I don't remember ever hating my age until I turned 26 - then i realized i was cresting the hill to 30. I used to love my early 20's, old enough to drink and do what i want wanted, spend my money the way i wanted and still young enough to be irrisponsible and forgiven.  I don't think you are truly expected to behave like an adult until your mid 20's, by then there's no excuse from societies standpoint. You better have a decent job and career goals. Enjoy 20', you'll never  be 20 again - truly think about that.

because 30 sucks

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« Reply #19 on: May 07, 2005, 08:11:23 PM »

As promised, here's links. Also, I hereby declare quarter life crisis to be unfunny and it will instead be referred to as a mid-mid-life crisis. Thank you

For Ash, the 31-year old cat:
First hit in google images for "31"
The rest of these are things that happened to other 31-year-olds and what you can look forward to.
What a bum
Bilatteral Testicular Enlargment Thankfully, no images are included.
Got to love google's cached news items.  kids, stay in school
Ash, hurry up and have a birthday. Your search turned up more medical problems than Menard...

For daveblackeye15: Here's your fellow 17-year-olds. enjoy
Robot destroyer
Spoiled- ass brat
Should've  seen Boa vs. Pythond Yep, I'm going to hell for that one.
Glad I'm not 17 either.  most of the results were kids who either were killed in a car wreck or were shot. Did see a link about a 17-year-old girl with a receding hairline but that's just mean.

For Ellie, 44:
I'm not sure if you wanted me to google your age as well and don't want to offend you. So I'll just post one link:
Grr this one is bogus so I'll have to get you one more. What would you do with a time machine?
Wow, almost every post is about statutory rape and diabetes...
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We're all just victims of circumstance

« Reply #20 on: May 07, 2005, 08:57:06 PM »

I'm 50 and I'm probably younger at heart than half you guys. The physical changes can be dealt with as long as you keep the right attitude.

I used to get p**sed when I was 22 because I had done my four in the Navy and they were still carding me in clubs and liquor stores. When I got to be 30 I really felt good when someone carded me.


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« Reply #21 on: May 07, 2005, 09:04:12 PM »

that's true Trek, age is irrelevant to how much you just try your hardest to enjoy life. my philosophy is live your life as if you were to die tomorrow, i know this sounds crazy and i don't abide by it 100% for i would probably be in jail if i did. but basically what i mean is do all the things you want to do regardless of worrying about the outcomes. if you want to get a tattoo, get one, if you want to kiss that girl, just do it. i could go on forever with examples but i'm sure you all see what i mean - being the smart bunch us b-movie nerds are. :)
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« Reply #22 on: May 07, 2005, 09:51:09 PM »

Am I the only one who initially read this as a plea for murder?

Seriously, though, I wouldn't worry about it-- I turned 20 about six months ago, and it wasn't too painful. Hell, the way I see it, being 20 is a great psychological tool for tricking people into giving you more credit than you probably deserve-- "I'm 20" sounds a whole lot more official than "I'm 19."

Of course, this can also work the other way. Shortly after I turned 20, I found myself being hit on by a very drunk 46-year-old woman on a subway, and suddenly realized that "I'm 20" has far less of a deterring power in such a situation. So I guess it's give and take. :)


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« Reply #23 on: May 07, 2005, 10:42:22 PM »

Ouch, Vemin Boy, maybe you should be careful when you take the subway next.  The creepiest one I had was an old Indian lady giving me a flower for my 19th birthday at the restaurant we went to for dinner.

I'm turning 21 in a few weeks, and I have loved being 20.  One of the best years I've had in a while: uni was still at the stage where I didn't have to plan a future, and I got to take some really kickass classes, my girlfriend and I celebrated our first full year together, and of course, random idiocy.  Ah, 20 was a good age...  

I really feel sorry for all those who have to wait for 21 to be allowed to go out to drink; the legal age is 18 here.   I mean, not everyone has to drink to go out to a club and have a great night, just seeing new places and having fun with your friends is what I like most about that particular freedom!


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« Reply #24 on: May 08, 2005, 06:39:58 PM »

Don't sweat it.  I was DEPRESSED when I turned 25, and that seems to be the same course as I head toward 4-0.

My advice:  Get a job, save your money, and focus on you and your future.  It's odd, but every 10 years from 25 I start re-evaluating things.  It takes about 6 months to get through, but it happened at 25, 35, and I suspect 45.  Open a Roth IRA, for God's sake!  It's amazing how time flies by.

Scott H.
« Reply #25 on: May 08, 2005, 07:43:11 PM »

Think of 20 this way (my twentieth is a month away)..... You can still pull off the high school look while picking up girls at the football game and still play the 21-year-old part at the bar with your fake picking up the moms of those teens with whom you scored.....

Being twenty is the radius around which the rest of the hip world revolves. It is the crux of civilization. Without it, how would you know what cocaine was like and go on to be a president of some civilized country? Without being 20, who would cops bust for drinking? High school kids? Too easy....... If you weren't 20, parents wouldn't let your lazy ass back into their house because you don't work. 20-year-olds can still be politically charged and not worry about their "record." A 20-year-old is just old enough to be taken seriously, but still young enough to f**k up and still get back on top (try that one when you're 40). A 20-year-old is on top of the world, because they know in a few years, they will be making the world's decisions.

To say the least... being 20 is easy. So buy the ticket and take the ride, it's one hell of a trip.

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