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Back in the Day

Amaury

Well-known member
#1
Do you guys ever stop and think, "I wish I were 14/whatever other age again"?

I dunno. Every now and then, I'll remember the great times I had in high school (2008 - 2012), as well as all the great friends I made and teachers I had, and will think, "Man, it feels like just yesterday I was 16 and a freshman."
 

Liam W

Well-known member
#2
I was 14 only just under 2 years ago...

And I didn't like it. The older I've become, the less socially inept I've become ;)

Liam
 

BirdOPrey5

Well-known member
#10
From my junior/senior year of college right through my 20's were all great times. It was all down hill fast after my 30th bday. Youth is wasted in the young. :(
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#12
No way would I want to go back to 14. 25-30 wouldn't be bad (especially if I could keep the knowledge I have now). Teen years are WAY over-rated, with the exception of one benefit.
 

Lawrence

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#14
No way would I want to go back to 14. 25-30 wouldn't be bad (especially if I could keep the knowledge I have now). Teen years are WAY over-rated, with the exception of one benefit.
Men hit their "peak" in the teens, women in their thirties.

That is not a benefit (if this is what you are implying), but rather; one of nature's cruelest and most baffling jokes; :confused:

I wouldn't go back either. I spent my teen years in the 70's; my memories of that decade is a fog, and I rather keep them that way.
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#16
Ding Ding Ding... we have a winner in @Lawrence
And yes... it was a benefit. In high school I dated a couple of 26-32 year olds. Of course, it helped that I looked 24 at the ripe age of 18.
Queue the music
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#20
Being able to wear your jeans half way down your legs with your backside showing?

Oh wait...
Hey, now! Not all teenagers and young adults are like that. :D

Admittedly, I tried it for a while by taking advantage of a pair of jeans that were a little big for me my sophomore year, but it just wasn't my style, so I stopped.