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.. Are you still considered to be young at 25?
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Yes.
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I would consider it still young.. :p:
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I would consider a person to be young until they were about... 39?

To me 40+ is sort of middle aged, but then if you don't know how old someone is they might seem a completely different age to what they are.
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(Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
Yes.
To which part? :p:

OP, I'd say you're still young at 25 (which I suspect is what Bubbles*De*Milo meant).
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Go and ask your grandparents that and see what they say.
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you're older than old

you're like quarter of a century dude

the best years of your life are behind you

prepare for a life of pain and misery
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It's arguable. If someone passed away at age 25, yes i do consider its young age. Whereas is it considered to be young at clubs at 25? Still young..but pushing your luck if the clubs are migrated with teens 18-20.

But in general..i consider 25 is young...more importantly is ...do you look 25. To be 100 years old and look like 25 years old, now thats something.
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(Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
Yes.
then why when booking plaintickets does it say 'how many young persons travelling - 16 -25 , and' how many adults travelling - 26 and above
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For a human being, no. They have been known to live for over one hundred years.
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80 is old. 25 is not.
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Depends in what context. For eg, I'd say that someone aged 25 was perhaps too old to be living at home with their parents still and relying on them for everything etc. But young enough that they don't need to have kids, marry, settle down and so on. I think 25 would be a pretty good age actually. You're well on your way to getting what you want in life, probably with a decent job and a car etc, but yet too young to be tied down to all that responsibility stuff.
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I'm 23 and I worry about turning 24. Don't even talk to me about 25.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
then why when booking plaintickets does it say 'how many young persons travelling - 16 -25 , and' how many adults travelling - 26 and above
I assume you mean train tickets, not plane tickets, and that because of the 16-25 railcard.
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Not too old...but not youg either.
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25 old?.....hell no. If its old I dread to think what people think of me, I"m 36.......blimey that must be practically decrepit!.:p:
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Haha, nah not at all. Although i considered it to be when I was younger. I'm 26 now and still feel as young as ever
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edited - thanks acalia.
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(Original post by Teao the Cat)
I assume you mean train tickets, not plane tickets, and that because of the 16-25 railcard.
No ,plane and national express tickets.
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yep ancient:yes: :rolleyes:
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