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Maybe there were a couple of great days when I was 17 that I could stay in
25 was a good year... if not 25, then 40 also works.
Dictators ride to & fro on tigers they dare not dismount. And the tigers are getting hungry.
I don't think I've reached any age that I would want to stay at.
“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
― Dr. Seuss
21 -no wisdom teeth problems or any other dental issues, still considered young, old enough to buy my own liquor, and whole life ahead.
22... I had really bad self esteem as an early/late teen and got it into my head it would be better when I was 22. And it was!!! . Almost overnight lol
Never regret anything because at one time it was exactly what you wanted.
I really liked my thirties. more specific late thirties, so I'd say 36 or 37.
45. I felt great, I looked good, I was healthy. I was old enough to have some wisdom, and young enough to still have lots of energy.
Well I'm only 24 now but I like this age or 23. I'm already well established in my career so if I were any younger I'd get some funny looks LOL
Mid thirties, young enough to do, old enough to be allowed
“Better a true enemy than a false friend.”
23. It seemed like a good time.
I see a lot prefer early 20's but that's too young. I'd prefer to be 35-40, and know what I know now.
33 was a great year.... First new home, Career blew up, finances were great, was in great shape, and the women were Women!!! I was just old enough to be taken seriously, and young enough to enjoy it
22, the age I am now. This is pretty good, the future is scary
“The lesson is that you can still make mistakes and be forgiven.” – Robert Downey Jr.