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mesomuffin wrote:
I don't want the responsibilities. I don't want the lifestyle.


I liked these lines.

As for being an adult, it's great if you maintain your independence.

The real issue is if you're insane enough to have children.

I rarely meet any women my own age who aren't crushed under the burden of juggling a full-time job with being a full-time babysitter. And I rarely meet any men my own age who aren't feeling crushed under the burden of having to deal with a wife that won't sleep with them, or an ex-wife, no house, alimony payments, and a child visitation schedule.
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I'm 14 and I already don't want to be a teenager, haha. So yeah. Many people feel like that.
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I am a kid at times, and yes, I do worry about getting old. At the moment, I'm only 16, but due to some shit happening in my life, I've always acted more mature. I always think how I'll be when I do get older.

I guess the main reason why I'm afraid to grow older, is that I'll lose some friends who are 50+ and I call them uncle and auntie, because they were the closest thing I had to a family when I was growing up.
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then dont grow up simple
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Posted 7/28/13
"Dont wanna grow up you say? Well, grow up". (Yea me neither to a point)
Posted 7/28/13
i dont but it has its perks i wish i could always stay a kid but im getting older and im off to high school but i wont forget my time as a kid
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I can't imagine being 40+ but everything before that and after high school sounds pretty fucking great to me? I really can't wait to get out of high school; whoever said high school is the pinnacle of your life probably didn't have that exciting a life.
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Yeah me neither :v
I want to be a kid forever
But then I'd end up being a creep like Michael Jackson...
If that makes any sense.
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Honestly, I'm dreading leaving high school. I want to be able to stay being able to see everyone almost every day, and always having a reason to talk.
Posted 7/28/13
The idea is to enjoy youth while you can, because the years will inevitably wear away on you.
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I agree with this 100%! I go rolling around fields like link running through hyrule field and my friends are like"umm..." But i dont care because if its fun to me i will do it
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Nate53 wrote:

I agree with this 100%! I go rolling around fields like link running through hyrule field and my friends are like"umm..." But i dont care because if its fun to me i will do it


I'm pretty sure that isn't a matter of growing up, more, a matter of autism.

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Posted 7/28/13

Compl3te wrote:

because I'm a Toys R Us kid?



You stole my joke give it back.
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i blame your parents!! they mustv'e not been starvin you and giving you everything you want so you began to become accustomed to luxury so now when you get to the real world you dont know how to handle it cuz your so used to getting things handed to u!! you should've grown up in a slum if your so afraid of the real world, if u did then you would be a husla by now making money and wouldn't be scared of anything cuz u always had to work for everything... if u dont find a powerful resolve for your fear then you will be another one of the legion of examples of failure's of survival in the real world!!! it's like your a baby tiger and you cant learn to hunt or yourself by a certain age you will die is a great analogy in this situation <_<... i suggest you should start doing what you love (if it makes money or you are satisfied enough to live on what your doing, and you can frequent from things to do in life) or just get some average job at a shithole that makes money for you, what most people i know do.. and what i say is a shithole may be a haven for you, just in my opinion i would never do the things my friends are doing... your lucky our civilization is so advanced it has the extra resources to care for people like you when their are plenty of more productive and idealized workers in poor countries who would work better than you ever had in your whole life because they want it more than you and can benefit civilization more u dont have to got to college or anything if you just graudated from highschool, thats what parents may tell you but a lot of the time, i think, they want to control your life like it's theirs but lie and say it will help in the future.. some of the richest people in the world didnt go to college (li ka shing, bill gates) they were entreprenuers ready for life and not fail blogs you should just go to the hood and see how the poor live.. then once you realize how good your old life is your conviction to get that much wealth will grow and you wont be afraid of reality as much because u know u have to face it in order to gain wealth.. unless of course your the heir to some line of kings or huge fortune then just do w/e idc...
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"Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional."
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