What was/has been/do you think will be your favorite TEEN year?
I know there are many teenagers on this site, and haven't lived through all of their teen years, so you guys will have to predict, or pick a year you think was/will be the best. So, between the ages of 13 to 19 years old, what was your favorite year as a teenager? Mine was probably 14 years old. Everything went great that year, and I had many friends, and was carefree. I miss that year so much :(
- 13 years old9% (4)0% (0)6% (4)Vote
- 14 years old13% (6)10% (2)12% (8)Vote
- 15 years old11% (5)19% (4)13% (9)Vote
- 16 years old15% (7)24% (5)18% (12)Vote
- 17 years old15% (7)10% (2)13% (9)Vote
- 18 years old17% (8)14% (3)16% (11)Vote
- 19 years old20% (10)23% (5)22% (15)Vote
I could write an essay on how much I hated my life as an 18 year old.
@JRICHARDS1996 Very detailed answer, and I can relate to your reasons as well.
Most Helpful Girl
I picked 15 as life was easier. Puberty was practically done. I had few exams and great friends. But 19, my age now is amazing. I am grown physically, my acne is almost gone, my braces are gone. I can do what I want, I've left the family home. And life is an adventure. All the other ages suck so much. You wouldn't pay me enough to be 16,17,18 and doing nonstop exams1
Most Helpful Guy
Easily when I was 16 years old, so from around 2011 to 2012. It was nice because it was the closest I ever had to a regular life without constantly moving. I was able to hang out with my friends nonstop and visit their houses, we always went to malls, fairs, movies, and amusement parks among other fun things. Our parents would let us hang out really late during the summer as long as they knew where we were, and most importantly we were all still in each other's lives. It was the height of my teenage years. To be honest, the later post-high school years which I am in now have not been so good. It is sad how we all had to go our separate ways with a few exceptions, how we have to work now and be in college, and will never have the same sense of bliss and freedom we once had.0