"You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
- anonymous quote.
22, and no.
No not really. I'm 27.
I think 25-40 is the best age in most aspects.
I'm 27--and just fine with it.
I'm 42, still feel like I'm 25. So no, I wouldn't want to be any younger.
I just turned 47, they only way I would want to be younger is if I could be younger with all the life experience I currently have. Other wise I am pretty happy with my age.
25 and id like to be a bit older, i.e further along in life
What is with these questions? Can we just start an a/s/l thread and be done with it?
In other news: The OP's age doesn't shock me at all.
^My back is naturally hairless.
At 48 I'd be lying if I said No to being younger. While I am happy and healthy and I truly FEEL like 25, it would be nice to look the part on the outside. It would also be nice to possibly undo some bad decisions when I was young.
But such is life.... I'd only really want it if I could keep my current knowledge, though. Without it, I'd just blow it all over again.
Also, protip: it's not stalking when you keep posting thread after thread. Even if I closed my eyes and hit links at random I'd stumble into one of your threads after two or three clicks.
24, no! Getting to 25 though, mid-twenties! :O
"... You think the only people who are people
Are the people who look and think like you ..." - Colours of the Wind by Vanessa Williams
50 and I have desire to be younger or older. My 20's were hell so I certainly wouldn't go back there. IF I had to pick a younger age it might actually be childhood. Had a good one. But then I would have to face the hell that came after all over again. So. And being older isn't good either for other reasons. Why go into fast forward to see how it all turns out?
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My fantasy is that I could stay at each developmental stage until I figured it out and had sufficiently enjoyed it before aging. I'm 30, but I haven't lived most of my life. It's been very interrupted, and I haven't figured myself out or enjoyed a lot of it. So, I'd probably like to start at 15. That's the age where things got bad.
I feel like I'm at the beginning of one of those movies, where as soon as I hit post I'm going to be transported back in time magically . . .
EDIT: Still here, still 30, as far as I can tell.
I'm 43 and wouldn't change a thing. I'm young, pretty fit and in a decent station in life.
Inspired - but too tired.
26 and yes I would like to be younger... you guys probably think I'm nuts lol
Physically I'm 61 but my mind is young. There isn't enough money to make me want to be any younger than late 30's.
60 next year. Retired three years ago--rockin' "old" age. I'm in better shape now then at any other time in my life.
Go back? Nah, I'm having too much fun now.
42 (for another month or so). Enjoying it plenty. Do I miss stuff from younger years? Yes. Would I trade up what I've got now to get it back? Hell no.
I'm 71 and I'm fine with it - I've had more fun since I was 50 than when I was younger.
41 and happy about it
23 and no...
" For all there is to feel, let it be felt"
― Emeli Sande
I'm 52 and I am quite looking forward to being older. I hope to reach 80 plus if possible.
I'm 51, and I'd like to be about 37 years younger...
26 and it doesn't matter to me.
Sir Ron has walked the Earth for 49 years.
And no, he does not desire to be younger.....
The Three Musketeers... Bashful, Chrisglass, and Ronboy!
I'm 29... I wanna be 18 with my 29 year old brain. .
Im in the same age with fujie but no, I dont want to be younger
I'm twenty-two, so I couldn't really be any younger while still being considered an adult. Besides, I'm fairly happy with the direction my life is heading, and I'm not particularly interested in going back and starting all over again.
22 And No....
65! Oldest age in here so far. I'd probably like to go back to being 30 years old - but NO FUCKING DEAL unless the calendar can also be turned back to what the world was like in 1977!!!
I would also want to be able to retain some of the mindset that I evolved into during later years, etc. - and also some of the knowledge that I picked up since 1977. If I would be allowed to go back to 1977 and realize that "I experienced such-and-such in the FUTURE in the 1980s and 1990s," then I would be free to plan something differently.
I wouldn't want anything much later than 1977 because, rapidly in the late 70s and early 1980s, I got myself into a situation where a major/distant move rapidly became much less practical. In 1977 I could have easily moved just about anywhere, and knowing which places I really "grew to like a lot, when I lived in the future" would be very helpful.
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Capitalize when needed. Did you help your Uncle Jack off a horse, or help your uncle jack off a horse?
AMY'S BOSS: Sorry, I need to lay you and Jack off. AMY: Can you just jack off? I feel like shit today.
"All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - 28th Amendment, US Constitution?
I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires" - Susan B. Anthony
I'm 23, but I'm WAY too close to 30. You might as well be dead if you're 30, right? I need to be 19 again, so I can keep seducing professors.
I'm 21, but I will be turning 22 in a few months. I have no desire to be younger, but I don't think most people in their twenties do. Sometimes it is hard to believe how old (relatively) I am now. I remember being younger and wanting certain freedoms and a certain lifestyle that I would only be able to have with age.
25, and the best is yet to come