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What age is "old" to you?
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Posted 9/29/14
age really is just a number, never act your age, you'll never have fun, make sure you're responsible but never stop being a kid, cause anything else is just too serious, and life, ladies and gents, isnt a serious business, we're born we live and we die, so lets not get too formal lol
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I'll be damned if I find a mom who looks like her kid's kid.

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Wagamuffin wrote:

27 and onward.

Not that it really matters any, since you can act like your age, or simply be younger and not.


27 is old? Jeez, kids these days...


GayAsianBoy wrote:

you are old when you get grumpy/naggy for no reasons. hold on to beliefs you held as a young person. and start using the phrase, "kids these days..."


Gah! I'm... I'm just going to go sulk in a corner and reminisce about my youth now.
Posted 9/29/14
its all based on perception really, certainly had mine flipped recently..and believe me it has nothing to do with my own age.

pshh...numbers
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Posted 9/29/14
I'd strongly prefer someone within 10 years of my current age. Something about dating someone much older than me seems intimidating. IMO I wouldn't even consider someone younger than me by 2 years (since that's my brother's age and that's weird).
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Posted 9/29/14

iriomote wrote:


Wagamuffin wrote:

27 and onward.

Not that it really matters any, since you can act like your age, or simply be younger and not.


27 is old? Jeez, kids these days...


GayAsianBoy wrote:

you are old when you get grumpy/naggy for no reasons. hold on to beliefs you held as a young person. and start using the phrase, "kids these days..."


Gah! I'm... I'm just going to go sulk in a corner and reminisce about my youth now.


Ohhh man this made me laugh.

Old to me really is around 70 since it is the last year you can start your retirement benefits.
But as many people have said on here age is only a number and how you act is really what determines if you are "old" or not.
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21 / F / Canada
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Posted 9/30/14
Sociologically- Old should start at 60.

Middle aged is 35-40.

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25 / M / No Where, Still Here
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Posted 9/30/14
Hard to say, but i'll go with late 50s early 60s. but it depends on the person, not everyone shows there age.

Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter.
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Posted 9/30/14
To me it really doesnt matter the age of someone only how they act but if i had to say it would be 70-80
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28 / M / California
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I know people who are my age (25) who think they are "old" which is pretty silly. I think a lot of people are over-dramatic about age specially since we all probably will live years longer than our parents will anyways thanks to longer life expectancies.

I know 80 year olds that act like they are 40 years younger than that. My own mother is almost 60 and is in better shape than I am running nearly 50 miles a week.

I think of it this way, from the day we are born we are always older than something, so let's not worry about it too much.
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From what I've seen from the people around me and from my own experiences you only tend to start feeling old when you stop asking the question 'Why?'.

Age is simply a state of mind.
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Posted 9/30/14
10 years older than I am, now.
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Posted 9/30/14

s-seuta wrote:

Hmm...probably 50....because that's when AARP starts bothering you.


Lol that's true
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