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I don't want to grow up.
Posted 7/28/13 , edited 7/28/13

mesomuffin wrote:

Do you? It's come as quite a shock to me but just recently realized that this is the part of my life where I no longer yearn to get older and that, perhaps, this is where I start to want to go backwards in fear of the future.

I don't want the responsibilities. I don't want the lifestyle. And I definitely don't want time to be etched into my face and body.

What do you think? Are you worried or anxious about getting older or do you just deal with it?


Same here. Growing up has been the best/worst thing to ever happen to me. So much more expectations, responsibilities, and stress. I would NEVER want to go back to high school. I thought I enjoyed the time spent in high school, but looking back on it all it was was a bunch of uptight a holes that formed packs like wild animals. I guess we just have to adapt or die...that's all there is to it now.

edit: It isn't all bad though. Like, I know how we are dreading it now, but like everything else in life I think we'll grow to love it once we get used to it lol. It just sucks right now.
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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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I don't really care that much, since not much changes, just get more sickly and closer to death

reminds me of Michael Jackson and Spongebob episode Grandma's Kisses
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I not really afraid of my age increasing, I'm more afraid of my body becoming weak, I don't wanna quit doing the things I love, which require strength. I think if I ever get to the point of where I can't take care of myself anymore, I'll ask someone to pull the plug or something.
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Posted 7/29/13 , edited 7/29/13

Doryphoros wrote:

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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R.I.P. English language
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pandrasb wrote:



R.I.P. English language


Holla at the truth though.

I didn't know what adults meant when they said 'enjoy your youth', but now that I've grown up, I understand why it was so important.
I definitely would not like to grow old and take on more responsibilities, but I'm interested to see the new lifestyle.
I might be doing boring stuff that I'll probably grow to hate in the near future, but I guess it's my own fault.
I guess I just want to stay young for a little bit longer, and feel free of expectations.
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SYKAOTIC wrote:


pandrasb wrote:



R.I.P. English language


Holla at the truth though.


I didn't know what adults meant when they said 'enjoy your youth', but now that I've grown up, I understand why it was so important.
I definitely would not like to grow old and take on more responsibilities, but I'm interested to see the new lifestyle.
I might be doing boring stuff that I'll probably grow to hate in the near future, but I guess it's my own fault.
I guess I just want to stay young for a little bit longer, and feel free of expectations.


I don't know if she was being serious, since her other post are easier to read
Still don't get what she's saying,
something about spoiled kids will die out in the "real world"?
I'm pretty sure bill gates didn't grow up in the slums and did attend college, went to Harvard University then dropped
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pandrasb wrote:


SYKAOTIC wrote:


pandrasb wrote:



R.I.P. English language


Holla at the truth though.


I didn't know what adults meant when they said 'enjoy your youth', but now that I've grown up, I understand why it was so important.
I definitely would not like to grow old and take on more responsibilities, but I'm interested to see the new lifestyle.
I might be doing boring stuff that I'll probably grow to hate in the near future, but I guess it's my own fault.
I guess I just want to stay young for a little bit longer, and feel free of expectations.


I don't know if she was being serious, since her other post are easier to read
Still don't get what she's saying,
something about spoiled kids will die out in the "real world"?
I'm pretty sure bill gates didn't grow up in the slums and did attend college, went to Harvard University then dropped


Yeah, that's what I interpreted from that long rant o_x.
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Haha I guess its true that I've been spoiled to some extent, but I don't live with my parents anymore and I'm handling myself while juggling school and a job. I'm not really scared of that, it's more of the biological clock that pushes you further. I guess just not being "youthful" is what I'm scared to lose. But who isn't so yah you knowwww
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I'm now in third year. Last month I watch a movie related to freshmen students... WOAHH.. I miss being freshmen..

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pandrasb wrote:

I don't really care that much, since not much changes, just get more sickly and closer to death

reminds me of Michael Jackson and Spongebob episode Grandma's Kisses


Speaking of Spongebob...you could always rub your body with chocolate and live forever....


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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.


Just imagine being the same person you are now, only more tired, ornery, and with less patience.
That's 40+.
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Yep, especially when you have fuck all idea about what you want to do for the rest of your life.

I liked not having to worry about anything. I'm so fucking indecisive that I'm making worse than they already are.

Then there's all the physical aging thrown in with that.

It'd be so much easier if things were straight forward but they aren't.


Yes, it does suck.
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I wanna be a Toys R us Kid.

I've wasted my youth, I never got to go on any of them adventures with friends people seem to get all nostalgic about. You know, the ones in the comment sections of pop punk songs about bros and whatnot.
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