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    (Original post by The Arsonist)
    You are as old as the person you feel.
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    And that explains why bear™ is no longer a teacher.
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    haha, that question reminds me of the film “in time” where people stopaging at 21 (I guess??) but Ithink that is far too early… ok, at the age of 20, you are looking young and beautiful,you are healthy, but you are also pretty inexperienced… therefore, I wouldprefer stop aging at 30 or 40
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    I don't know what to think about it. :dontknow: Imagine you've turned 50 and your 20 year old son/daughter looks the same age as you:eek:
 
 
 
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