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    (Original post by Purplemonkeys)
    It's a shame the human brain only remembers very little (usually) of that age
    Thats true but I still have some vivid memories that I can look back on but during that time your life is chill and fun. Especially having a 3 year old brother who is happy all the time and enjoys everything that comes his way, as well as the attention you get from everyone around you. Time flies by really quickly
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    (Original post by TastyChicken)
    Studies have shown that at the age of about 18 you experience a peak in your 'satisfaction', as you continue throughout life this maximum values then declines into what many consider a 'mid-life crisis' where you reach an all-time low. The utility then rises again back to a similar peak once you have retired.
    I honestly think retirement would bore me if I was in a job I loved.
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