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i saw a 30 year old on tsr the other day???? watch

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    as in, I saw their profile and it said they were born in the eighties. I couldn't believe it , I didn't know people born that long ago were still on here? :eek:
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    How did you spot me?
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    I don't even think the internet was around then either.
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    Some people are even older

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    (Original post by Juno)
    Some people are even older

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    :eek::eek::eek:
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    (Original post by Black Cat)
    How did you spot me?
    I don't think it was you, but are you about that age? and what were the eighties like?
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    (Original post by damoni)
    :eek::eek::eek:
    Minerva, good bloke, carnationlilyrose etc

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    I'm 32
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Minerva, good bloke, carnationlilyrose etc

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    how old are they?

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    I'm 32
    what was the eighties like and life before the internet?
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    I'm 32 as well. First year History

    The 80's were awesome. Everything was acceptable then.
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    how old are they?



    what was the eighties like and life before the internet?
    Our entertainment was outside in the fresh air.
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    (Original post by damoni)
    how old are they?



    what was the eighties like and life before the internet?
    Dunno exactly. Half the time I.can't even remember how old I am.

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    Welcome Squad
    Aye, there are mature students on TSR, as well as parents, teachers etc. There are even dedicated sub-forums for mature students and parents, but, of course, some will stray out of them.
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    32 and still a student.

    Although I've reached the stage where I find myself asking "why do they all where their caps back to front?" and "Yolo? Is that a type of biscuit?"
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Our entertainment was outside in the fresh air.
    amazing. :0
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    Dunno exactly. Half the time I.can't even remember how old I am.

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    if you were born in the eighties, you'd be in your thirties or late twenties

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    I'm 32 as well. First year History

    The 80's were awesome. Everything was acceptable then.
    do you mind sharing what historic years like 2000 were like?
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    So people born in the eighties are old. It hurts.
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    (Original post by damoni)

    if you were born in the eighties, you'd be in your thirties or late twenties
    I'm not going senile yet. I can still do basic maths.


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    So people born in the eighties are old. It hurts.
    :ditto:

    I guess I can take solace in the fact that apparently I look 17 :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Josb)
    So people born in the eighties are old. It hurts.
    well, tbf it was a long time ago



    (Original post by Kittiara)
    Aye, there are mature students on TSR, as well as parents, teachers etc. There are even dedicated sub-forums for mature students and parents, but, of course, some will stray out of them.
    i'd like to speak to them, i'm sure they have a lot of life experiences to share.
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    (Original post by Aula)
    :ditto:

    I guess I can take solace in the fact that apparently I look 17 :dontknow:
    I look like someone born in the eighties.
 
 
 
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