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Q: Why do i think i am always 18?

It's was 4 years ago  but whenever some people ask me my age,the first answer in my mind is 18,and i heard its very normal to get stuck to some specific age.Has this ever happened to you??

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Lol!

I am 45 years old, but in MY mind I am still 16.

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Every girl thinks like that...nothing wrong withyou..so carry on..

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I really hope that I never have to act my true age.  As GuilinRaf said, in my mind, I am still in my teens.  

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Don't worry, in ten years you're think you're 25. The truth is, as you get older you realize you're not that old. I think about how much has happened and how much time has passed in the decade since I was 22 and man, it seems like an eternity. So just have fun!

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i had this habit before, and always reffered my university as a college, in london college is different from a university and i had the habit of calling my teacher by his surname but all the teachers wanted to be called my their first name

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And I hope that the people who asked you also said  "no way, you look to be 16" ......for me , I always think and feel like a teenager except the morning after playing badminton.........you Go Girl!

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Maybe it is because you are young at heart?

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Women always want to be younger, it's fine. Later you will be 29 for 10 years.

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I feel the same and I wish I could be 18 always.hehehe

there is a Chinese saying,18 is just a flower age.LOL

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It's kind of like that saying I'm 15 going on 17 or however it goes. Ever seen that movie 18 again? George Burns 81 year old grandpa has a birthday and makes a wish. He sings a song and says he wishes he were 18 again so he could do the things he loved back when he was able to do it. I think everyone feels that way. Even older people. The older you are the younger you want to become at least for a day. 

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an orgasm a day, a doctor away, are you having too many orgasms a day? maybe that could be the reason,

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