Question of the day

If you had to pick an age to be for your whole life, knowing you’d never grow older, what age would you pick?

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15 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    15 I woul be invinceable and as smart as anyone else.

    • mssc54 says:

      I also might add that at age 15 I had no REAL responsibilities. All of you wishing to be an adult have all of the adult responsibilities. The worst thing for me as a 15 year old is I had to go to school. A small price to pay as I look back. 😉

      • Nikki says:

        I’d take all the responsibilities I have now, and then some before I ever went back to 15. That life was too hard.

        • mssc54 says:

          Nikki, although I was not the best student at the age of 15 I was on top of my teenage/jock game. I played first string talebak and monsterman linebacker plus I ran the 1/4 mile ALL the relays AND occassionally ran the mile. Heck I even once did the pole vault! I ran ten miles a day, cut yards for money.

          I just wish I realized back then how good I really had it back then. 😦

          • Nikki says:

            At 15, I was practically homeless…trying to survive day to day. Gosh at 14, I ran away and no one even came looking for me… Not the life for me.

            IF I had the normal teenage life…I may rethink it! LOL

      • SKL says:

        I agree with Nikki, 15 was no piece of cake. I didn’t have it “that bad,” but between having a lot of responsibility (accelerated college prep classes, lots of chores, caring for younger siblings, paper routes), money problems already (with the paper route), physical problems (lots of back and leg pain), teen hormones, and being treated like a stupid irresponsible teen, all without the legal right or ability to walk away and leave it? No thanks. I contemplated suicide fairly often. A girl’s life from around 11-16 is hard, even in the best of material situations.

  2. Joy says:

    40. I was still young but not too young but not falling apart yet.

  3. SKL says:

    Hmm, how about 33 – my memory and my body were near their peak, I knew pretty much everything, and I’d paid off most of my debts. I think I actually liked my job in those days too, if I remember correctly . . . .

  4. Jenny says:

    I would say now, 27, but I feel like there’s so much more I could learn by getting older! 😀

  5. lucy says:

    30 🙂 Not too young but not too old :p

  6. Vicki says:

    I’d like to stay 36

  7. Laura says:

    Oh, somewhere in my 30’s. Maybe 35, just to make it nice and round.

    But you would still age, wouldn’t you? You just wouldn’t look like it. So during some phase of your life, you’d have the wisdom of a 90-year-old and the body of a 35-year-old. Oh, the damage you could do….

    Questions like this make me think too much!

  8. Nikki says:

    30. And I would never had said that a few years ago, not even a year ago. A lot of wisdom came when I turned 30. Wisdom and understanding I wish I had over the years. I’m happy with life, my mind and my body. 30 has been good to me…I’d like to keep it. 🙂

  9. Wow, I SO don’t know… I’m probably way too young to answer this. I’d probably say either a really young age, like 4 or 5 (because life was fun then and I wouldn’t know what I was missing out on because I wouldn’t understand grown-up life, see?) or my age now, 20.

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