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    Do people ever change? Or is it the same thing for ever?
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    People obviously change between those ages.
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    How?
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    Wow. :eek3:
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    They're hairier.
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    Of course people change. What a stupid question :rolleyes:
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    I'm mentally still the same when I was 9.
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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    They're hairier.
    Why are you leaving TSR on 1/3?
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    They may indeed change a heck of a lot in 10years..
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    Well when you're 15 you're a child so you still have dreams and think the world is easy to survive in. When you're 25your dreams have usually been quite deeply crushed and you're probably more realistic about where you'll be heading.

    But that's just an assumption. I mean your dreams will probably get crushed about seventeen.

    Me and my pessimistic views!
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    (Original post by Butterflyleg)
    Of course people change. What a stupid question :rolleyes:
    How?
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    25-15 = 12

    They become 12 years older. I'm so good at Maths. :smartass:
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    (Original post by electriic_ink)
    Why are you leaving TSR on 1/3?
    I've got around 12 A2 exams in the summer so I'm cracking down on my MSN/TSR etc usage or else I'll completely fail and end up in Clearing. It sucks but it's gotta be done
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    more cynical about life
    more realisation of 'life is short'

    and life isn't as changing as when you were younger, perhaps because you've already done a lot of things, so takes more to excite you
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    I found that when I was 15 I wanted to act all 'grown up' and was very self concious of doing fun things cos I thought it made me look childish. Now at 25 I've learned to enjoy myself and that having fun is the most important thing for me.
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    I'm 20 now an i've changed a lot since I was 15 in terms of personality and being more comfortable with myself etc, i guess i will change more in the next 5 years.
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    probably 10years older.
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    they are either successfull by then if they studied hard at 15 or they are in the gutter
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    Well, being 25, I may be well placed to answer this.

    Completely and totally different as you may expect. There are certain small personality traits that may or may not stick with you between that period, but in reality, nothing of what I was at 15 remains in me today.
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    I have bigger boobs.
 
 
 
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