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I’m gonna say anything from 13 years old or younger. Once I started going through puberty, it was all downhill from there10
That was my least favorite age. 😔
Not sure I like any age better than the one I'm currently at, TBH. I love the freedom of adulthood and don't mind the responsibilities that come with it one bit. If I had to pick my favorite time in my childhood and adolescence though, I'd probably pick either around age 7-ish for the fun memories, and around 15-19 to redo in order to make life much easier on myself. I really made life unnecessarily hard in my teens, and really struggled with being self conscious and unconfident, too. There are so many things I could've done better and so many ways of thinking I could've adopted to have made the time easier.10
I would have to agree with the age range. Things were easier then10
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Sixteen. I was super depressed and suicidal which sucked but also I had all the confidence in the world that I was the baddest mf who ever touched a football. I called myself the “unfair advantage”
so my head was pretty blown up but that confidence is still something I miss.110
0-7 I was figuring everything out I was incent and was discovering myself and the world around me! 🥰11
16-17. Bought a fast crapy car had a girlfriend, football star my mother was a teacher at my high school, got away with everything11
My favorite age is 13 which is my current age and if possible I would like to stay a 13 yr girl forever lol.12
19 -21 because I was so care free back then. Also, I was out on my own and I don’t have the fondest childhood memories. I was made fun of at school and my parent were negligent.10
21 because that when everything has started opening up for me and people stop treating me as some child who couldn't be allowed to make his own decisions.10
I'm still growing up!
My favorite age was actually 23.10
16 cause I got my driver's license. Ahhh, the good taste of freedom 🙂10
Find getting to the stage where I was grown up enough to know I didn't have to be mature to be an adult it actually takes lesser of that to be adult... So maybe stop growing up and concentrate on immsturing up10
17 was the best haha
old enough to do shit but young enough to slack off10
Teens and early twenty's now I'm in my late twenty's10
14 to 17 ... The " You're not really a child, you're not really an adult " phase was fun10
46... or did you mean specifically between 1 and 21?
Because my favorite age is right now.10
16 - but that is not a long enough answer for GaG. Let us remember though that growing up sucked overall.10
Either 11 or 14. 18 was pretty awesome, but I don't know if that counts.10
21 - thought I knew everything, and I could date a wide range of girls in age, from 18 to 24. :)10
18-19 was my most peaceful age and when i wasn't in pain.10
I’d say 16-now. I’d say I got a lot more mature and life was a lot better. Also when I started doing a lot better in school.0
my early youth and late 20s - early 30s11
5-10 and then skip to 16+10
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I got my first car and my first girlfriend when I was 16. It was my first year of high school. I became known as a rock guitarist and vocalist in bands. I went to lots of concerts and saw the most amazing bands. I was also surfing, skateboarding and did a lot of snow skiing and backpacking. I had a lot of friends and partied like a Viking. All I had was fun and adventure. I had jobs but was carefree.
Things changed when I got handed a corporate job at age 26. I had to cut my hair and wear a suit. My life focused on my job. The benefit was, I started making really good money and had to grow up. But the carefree days of my youth were gone.
Your life sounds fun! :)
It was, Marianna. All I wanted to do was to be free and have fun when I was young. I never had any idea what I wanted to do when I grew up and I never pursued a career. I attended community college, but never focused on a major.
That's why I was extremely lucky to fall in to that job working in the field for the insurance company. It was a great company. I stuck with it for 30 years and retired with a pension and a lot of money in a 401(k). After I got married, they grated me a transfer to where I live now. My wife and I have been here now for 20 years and we love our home. If I hadn't gotten that job, I don't know what would have become of me.
Awww that's so sweettt