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how old are you ?

13-14
36
5%
15-16
72
9%
17-18
109
14%
19-20
127
17%
21+
424
55%
 
Total votes: 768

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Post by Tifa_L » Mar 17th, '10, 21:02

I am 21 yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh, and Elena is as well soooooon :):):):) :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 17th, '10, 21:34

Ethlenn wrote:You have dirty mind, you! :mrgreen:
I would hope so!
If it aint dirty that means it hasn't experienced life yet. and my GOD have my mind had some experience...
This one time..in Roppongi...
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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 17th, '10, 21:41

ok, lots of youngings here!!!

Hey Fantastical.... are u who i think you are?

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 17th, '10, 21:49

Uu, Fantastical is famous here and there^^
Is this from Roppongi? Shabete, shabete^^
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Post by Fantastical » Mar 17th, '10, 21:55

HongKongChick wrote:ok, lots of youngings here!!!

Hey Fantastical.... are u who i think you are?
That depends...
do you have any Coach bags for sale filled with weiner dogs?

That comment can go either way.
so do I so no biggie.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 17th, '10, 22:05

Fantastical wrote:

That depends...
do you have any Coach bags for sale filled with weiner dogs?

That comment can go either way.
so do I so no biggie.
WHAHAHAHA :lol

u are everywhere!

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 17th, '10, 22:06

Fantastical, have you ever thought about publishing a book with poetry? The path of your thoughts amazes me :D
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Post by Fantastical » Mar 17th, '10, 22:13

Ethlenn wrote:Fantastical, have you ever thought about publishing a book with poetry? The path of your thoughts amazes me :D
The fat that you ate my liver and I am still polishing off this bottle of Scotch amazes me my giggling gumiho. :alcoholic:

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 17th, '10, 22:20

Yup, let me fix you a drink :salut: :alcoholic:
:mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Post by Cherek » Mar 17th, '10, 22:36

ugh 25, 5 years of youth left ^^

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 17th, '10, 22:39

Cherek wrote:ugh 25, 5 years of youth left ^^
oh please. men get better with age

young at heart, young at heart my friend :P

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Post by MisS Lonliah » Mar 17th, '10, 22:44

lol @Cherek.. ok let me copy you a bit XD

I'm 23, 7 years of youth left..

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Post by Cherek » Mar 17th, '10, 22:50

HongKongChick wrote:
oh please. men get better with age

young at heart, young at heart my friend :P
Yeah but now I can still afford to be irresponsible :P

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 17th, '10, 23:29

I am about to turn 35. Hell with that. I can still do thing that can make Ron Jeremy blush. You may not be able to do the same amount of insane and inane crap but you get smart enough to have someone else do that and read the rewards. I call them side kicks or the more P.C. term "Hero-support"
When you are smart enough not to buy a woman a drink at a bar because you know it's just cheesy but send her two via the bartender. If she asks why you sent her two drinks take one and toast her to the start of a wonderful story to talk about to her friends the next day. If she just drinks them just know ya socially lubed her up for somebody else and enjoy life. yes it works on guys too. Especially fruit pickers

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 19th, '10, 01:22

i have never liked being hit on by guys at the bar. i am not a bar kinda girl. oh dont get me wrong, i go to bars, but with friends and have a good time with friends. i never want to be bothered by some guy who thinks i am hot, or want a one night stand. turn off!

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 19th, '10, 04:49

HongKongChick wrote:i have never liked being hit on by guys at the bar. i am not a bar kinda girl. oh dont get me wrong, i go to bars, but with friends and have a good time with friends. i never want to be bothered by some guy who thinks i am hot, or want a one night stand. turn off!
The only htng that should be picked up is the tab and the booze. nothing else.
Granted social lubricants can help with a convo if you are the nervous type but it usually ends up wondering how she got into you bed.
why your bed is different
and how u got to her place.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 19th, '10, 17:27

Fantastical wrote: The only htng that should be picked up is the tab and the booze. nothing else.
Granted social lubricants can help with a convo if you are the nervous type but it usually ends up wondering how she got into you bed.
why your bed is different
and how u got to her place.
haha that might be you. but not most guys. plus i rarely drink.

and if i ended up in a guy's bed after a night at the bar, he will NOT wonder how i got into his bed, only why hasnt she left! AHAHAHAHAH :lol

no, in all seriousness, i do not do one night stands.

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 19th, '10, 17:49

HongKongChick wrote:
Fantastical wrote: The only htng that should be picked up is the tab and the booze. nothing else.
Granted social lubricants can help with a convo if you are the nervous type but it usually ends up wondering how she got into you bed.
why your bed is different
and how u got to her place.
haha that might be you. but not most guys. plus i rarely drink.

and if i ended up in a guy's bed after a night at the bar, he will NOT wonder how i got into his bed, only why hasnt she left! AHAHAHAHAH :lol

no, in all seriousness, i do not do one night stands.
One night stand are a good way to play detective.
WHat does he have?
Did we use condoms?
What country is this?
How the hell did I get to Turkey?
OH MY GOD DID I KILL HIM? OMFG HER?
Where is the closest Embassy?
Where are my pants?
Where are ANY pants?

Yes and believe it or not folks thanks to binge drinking and Uncle Sam's Misguided Children only one of those questions I didn't have to ask.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 19th, '10, 18:29

Fantastical wrote:
One night stand are a good way to play detective.
WHat does he have?
Did we use condoms?
What country is this?
How the hell did I get to Turkey?
OH MY GOD DID I KILL HIM? OMFG HER?
Where is the closest Embassy?
Where are my pants?
Where are ANY pants?

Yes and believe it or not folks thanks to binge drinking and Uncle Sam's Misguided Children only one of those questions I didn't have to ask.
yea,, i am not that adventurous :D

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 19th, '10, 19:07

HongKongChick wrote:
Fantastical wrote:
One night stand are a good way to play detective.
WHat does he have?
Did we use condoms?
What country is this?
How the hell did I get to Turkey?
OH MY GOD DID I KILL HIM? OMFG HER?
Where is the closest Embassy?
Where are my pants?
Where are ANY pants?

Yes and believe it or not folks thanks to binge drinking and Uncle Sam's Misguided Children only one of those questions I didn't have to ask.
yea,, i am not that adventurous :D
I'm not anymore I assure you.
Drinking stopped being a contact sport a long time ago. I like to drink but one you get the buzz it's all downhill from there. It's why I prefer drinks to nurse during social events.
and the hard stuff when I am by myself like in a bar.

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Post by wsim » Mar 21st, '10, 19:00

To answer this poll question. I am in my mid-20's.

25 to be exact. I feel pretty old, now that I think about it. :P

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Post by Cherek » Mar 21st, '10, 19:16

wsim wrote:To answer this poll question. I am in my mid-20's.

25 to be exact. I feel pretty old, now that I think about it. :P
Isn't it strange that now you're cherishing each year :mrgreen:

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Post by caramelchampagne » Mar 21st, '10, 20:39

just became 27 and life goes on hehehe

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 21st, '10, 21:24

But you know, I took a look at the poll, and 5% is 13-14 years old. Shouldn't they be learning some grammar and Mathematics, and not be here?
Call me an ancient, but I think education is the fundamental in our lives. So go to school, kids^^
I think the age difference is too big to understand each other. You know, "he's so kawaiiiii^^ that is why I LOVE him!!!"
You know nothing about love (no offence), and don't know anything on being kawaii.
Fantastical here is kawaii^^ (or kowai, I always mess things up)
Muahahahahaaaa!!!
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Post by noobee » Mar 21st, '10, 22:07

im 22 going to be 23 this year
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Post by Fantastical » Mar 21st, '10, 22:50

Ethlenn wrote:But you know, I took a look at the poll, and 5% is 13-14 years old. Shouldn't they be learning some grammar and Mathematics, and not be here?
Call me an ancient, but I think education is the fundamental in our lives. So go to school, kids^^
I think the age difference is too big to understand each other. You know, "he's so kawaiiiii^^ that is why I LOVE him!!!"
You know nothing about love (no offence), and don't know anything on being kawaii.
Fantastical here is kawaii^^ (or kowai, I always mess things up)
Muahahahahaaaa!!!
AWWWW!!!!! Sankyu Ethlenn Donno!

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 21st, '10, 22:59

:salut: :salut:
Hey, anything for you!
:salut: :salut:
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Post by Fantastical » Mar 22nd, '10, 01:37

When you are young you are quick to knock down doors and jump through windows. When you get older you learn to use the door knob.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 22nd, '10, 16:34

Fantastical wrote:When you are young you are quick to knock down doors and jump through windows. When you get older you learn to use the door knob.
haha... i have always used door knobs... :lol :lol

hell, i dont feel too bad to be in that 21 + bracket. haha... this poll should be redone.

or maybe we will have a "guess my age" thread, that should be fun! :w00t:

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 22nd, '10, 19:28

HongKongChick wrote:
Fantastical wrote:When you are young you are quick to knock down doors and jump through windows. When you get older you learn to use the door knob.
haha... i have always used door knobs... :lol :lol

hell, i dont feel too bad to be in that 21 + bracket. haha... this poll should be redone.

or maybe we will have a "guess my age" thread, that should be fun! :w00t:
I leave that to you.
:salut:

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Post by wallhugger » Mar 22nd, '10, 20:59

I just turned 26 this year, I feel old.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:01

OK, FOR THE LAST TIME PEOPLE.

FOR THOSE WHO ARE OLDER THAN 21. PLEASE DO NOT SAY YOU ARE OLD. THAT MAKES ME ANCIENT >__<

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Post by wallhugger » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:04

lol sorry hongkongchick XD.

I'll shut up about it ;)

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:06

wallhugger wrote:lol sorry hongkongchick XD.

I'll shut up about it ;)
HAHAHHA :lol

oh it's alright. i find it soooo funny when people who are like 22, but say, i feel old. my god.

i am young. i am young at heart. haha

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Post by wallhugger » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:08

I look a lot younger than I am. So that's why I feel old cause of the number.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:11

i look younger than i am too. but like u said, the number is a bit scary.

when i was little, my parents would say that once u are in ur twenties, time flies. i didnt believe them. but now i do. it feels like yesterday when i had my 21st birthday and went clubbing and got drunk...hahaha

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Post by wallhugger » Mar 22nd, '10, 21:17

HAHA so true, once you hit 20 every year seems to be a lot shorter than the one before XD. Earlier today I saw a few kids riding a bike passing down the street and I was like "WOW they've gotten big".

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:25

I can't wait until I become a senior citizen. I wanna tell my grandkids stories.

and back then we listen to music on devices called walkmans that used a storage unit calledCassettes and in order to listen to the whole album you had to shut off the machine and flip the cassette over.

When video games first came out it only had one stick and 1 button.

People had to rewind a video cassette in order to watch a movie.

People had to pay for health care back then little Lando

and peopel had devices call iPods and they would act like complete douches in front of people when they had it

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Post by wallhugger » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:32

or when videogames were stored on casettes and floppies. :D

or what napster was. Or life without the internet... when phones needed to have wires.

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:45

Grandpa! You would go outside to play video games? and they cost a quarter to play?
YOu mean that same game I have on my cellphone?
What's a quarter?

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:47

Or when we actually read a book, or wrote with pen and ink.
I'm a relict, I know.
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Post by Fantastical » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:52

Ethlenn wrote:Or when we actually read a book, or wrote with pen and ink.
I'm a relict, I know.
Not a relic..a classic
there is a differene you know?

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Post by Ethlenn » Mar 22nd, '10, 22:56

Yeah, few letters...
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Post by wolforion20 » Mar 22nd, '10, 23:10

I turn a quarter of a century this year :P It's amazing already how times have changed between when I was growing up and now with my younger siblings who have no idea what I'm talking about, like cameras that need film and you can't see the pictures right away

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 23rd, '10, 09:31

wolforion20 wrote:I turn a quarter of a century this year :P It's amazing already how times have changed between when I was growing up and now with my younger siblings who have no idea what I'm talking about, like cameras that need film and you can't see the pictures right away
and the floppy disc
and cell phone was not available when WE were little
and video games didnt have great life-like graphics back then
and the internet wasnt this fast

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Post by Cherek » Mar 23rd, '10, 10:26

^^ installing an UBER game back then required 25 floppys
back on topic: @ HKC, maybe ppl these days are much earlier in their mid-life crisis :D instead of having one the new generations may experience multiple :P

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 23rd, '10, 21:25

true. u are right, if they have all these "cool' stuff at such an early age. they might go into that crisis at 25, then 50, then 75 and 100. of course, they have to live longer too. medicine has improved quite a bit too.

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Post by Fantastical » Mar 24th, '10, 12:50

Ethlenn wrote:Yeah, few letters...

What are you 90?
:cheers:

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Post by DoMiNoq » Mar 24th, '10, 19:57

wow, actually most re 21+ O_O big surprise. im 19

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 24th, '10, 19:59

DoMiNoq wrote:wow, actually most re 21+ O_O big surprise. im 19
hey what's that supposed to mean huh? huh? huh? yea.... you better be sorry.

hahahaha. just messing with ya. :lol

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Post by Murii » Mar 26th, '10, 22:10

I'm 19 yay~

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Post by anne_revenant » Mar 28th, '10, 02:45

22 years old. I don't "feel" old because I'm 22, I feel old because while all my friends are out partying I'm studying and by the time I get done with school I'll be in my mid/late twenties and most of my friends will have gotten married and had kids (at least 1/2 of them have kids right now anyway). Boo, responsibility sucks but poverty sucks even more.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 30th, '10, 15:59

anne_revenant wrote:22 years old. I don't "feel" old because I'm 22, I feel old because while all my friends are out partying I'm studying and by the time I get done with school I'll be in my mid/late twenties and most of my friends will have gotten married and had kids (at least 1/2 of them have kids right now anyway). Boo, responsibility sucks but poverty sucks even more.
haha.. i was in college in my early 20's to mid 20's, and i did a bit partying too, was also very involved with the students associations and all that, u just have to balance ur life.

responsibilities dont have to suck, it depends on how u look at it. enjoy what u do no matter what, find fun in everything. :)

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Post by TheVinster » Mar 30th, '10, 16:28

20, and 21 in July. Kind of wasted my past 2 years because of my indecisiveness, so I'll start seriously working on community college this summer (I mean I do have a few credits but not much). Then I'll transfer to a different college to get my bachelor's, and then... I don't know. Maybe move to a different country, because I need a change.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 30th, '10, 17:05

TheVinster wrote:20, and 21 in July. Kind of wasted my past 2 years because of my indecisiveness, so I'll start seriously working on community college this summer (I mean I do have a few credits but not much). Then I'll transfer to a different college to get my bachelor's, and then... I don't know. Maybe move to a different country, because I need a change.
haha.. make sure when u turn 21. dont party too hard! ur grades will slip....... been there, done that.

starting out at a junior college is a good choice, i must say. i did that too, and it was great. bigger colleges, big party town. i am not a fan of that. :lol

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Post by TheVinster » Mar 30th, '10, 17:28

HongKongChick wrote:
TheVinster wrote:20, and 21 in July. Kind of wasted my past 2 years because of my indecisiveness, so I'll start seriously working on community college this summer (I mean I do have a few credits but not much). Then I'll transfer to a different college to get my bachelor's, and then... I don't know. Maybe move to a different country, because I need a change.
haha.. make sure when u turn 21. dont party too hard! ur grades will slip....... been there, done that.

starting out at a junior college is a good choice, i must say. i did that too, and it was great. bigger colleges, big party town. i am not a fan of that. :lol
Lol I can promise I won't party too hard. I don't really party, first of all, and I don't drink or smoke nor do I intend on doing so. I'm kind of boring like that. My sister keeps telling me she's going to buy me some alcohol on my birthday, but I'll most likely just stick with my water.

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 30th, '10, 17:39

TheVinster wrote:
Lol I can promise I won't party too hard. I don't really party, first of all, and I don't drink or smoke nor do I intend on doing so. I'm kind of boring like that. My sister keeps telling me she's going to buy me some alcohol on my birthday, but I'll most likely just stick with my water.
well, having a drink or two every now and then is alright, everyone needs a little break from time to time when times get rough.

on ur 21st birthday, please do get drunk! AHAHAHAH then after having a horrible hang over, u will probably not drink ever again! AHAHAH :D

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Post by anne_revenant » Mar 30th, '10, 18:13

HongKongChick wrote:
haha.. i was in college in my early 20's to mid 20's, and i did a bit partying too, was also very involved with the students associations and all that, u just have to balance ur life.
responsibilities dont have to suck, it depends on how u look at it. enjoy what u do no matter what, find fun in everything. :)
Instead of partying I worked full time and then chose to sleep, lol. I'm probably just jealous because all my friends were able to do things like move to Hawaii without anything holding them back (school, bills etc) but I'll get over it! Plus, I'm not much of a drinker, smoker, etc. I'm just jealous I couldn't participate on last minute road trips or all night video game battles and hate that I'm now at the age where when I do stupid things people say "you're an adult, you should know better." :glare:

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Post by HongKongChick » Apr 2nd, '10, 16:41

anne_revenant wrote:
HongKongChick wrote:
haha.. i was in college in my early 20's to mid 20's, and i did a bit partying too, was also very involved with the students associations and all that, u just have to balance ur life.
responsibilities dont have to suck, it depends on how u look at it. enjoy what u do no matter what, find fun in everything. :)
Instead of partying I worked full time and then chose to sleep, lol. I'm probably just jealous because all my friends were able to do things like move to Hawaii without anything holding them back (school, bills etc) but I'll get over it! Plus, I'm not much of a drinker, smoker, etc. I'm just jealous I couldn't participate on last minute road trips or all night video game battles and hate that I'm now at the age where when I do stupid things people say "you're an adult, you should know better." :glare:
i still think that even as adults, we can perfectly balance our lives so that we can play and work hard. there is no point not having a life just because you are an adult. having that child like mentality is what keeps me sane.

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Post by Raqib » Apr 2nd, '10, 23:29

Just turned 18 in January

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Post by cassmtz » Apr 3rd, '10, 00:31

21, 22 in a couple days :)

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Post by HongKongChick » Apr 3rd, '10, 01:37

cassmtz wrote:21, 22 in a couple days :)
woot woot.... happy early birthday!!! :cheers:

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Post by kendricktamis » Apr 9th, '10, 06:54

well I was born on 19 april 1995. So I am 15 and will be 16 in next week. Well i am thinking to celebrate my birthday with my friend. Well we have planning to go outstation.
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Post by mowine » Apr 13th, '10, 02:22

I chuckled when I saw the choices.
I'm 48...
...49 in 2 days!
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Post by michaelhoffman » Apr 23rd, '10, 06:15

I was born in 1982 so at present my age is 28. This July I would turn 29. I enjoy every day of my life. But I don't like the fact that days after days I am getting older. I don't like a stage where by default you fall in a group of elderly.

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Post by phio_chan » May 3rd, '10, 11:12

mowine wrote:I chuckled when I saw the choices.
I'm 48...
...49 in 2 days!
:lol
happy belated birthday, hehe~

it's been.. almost three months since I turned 17. 8)
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Post by Utada » May 7th, '10, 06:21

I'm 18 :)

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Post by Starprism » May 23rd, '10, 21:10

18 O3o!

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Post by Kopparberg » May 26th, '10, 20:14

8een.

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Post by chifromsweden » Jul 4th, '10, 14:26

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Post by Just.Me » Jul 4th, '10, 14:45

in my profile am 19 but i didnt have time to edit it am actually goin to be 16 in 31-dec-2010 :D
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Post by jubies33 » Jul 17th, '10, 09:28

im 29. My mom says thats not old but my oldest turned ten last month and thinking about that makes me feel really old. I also have a 3 year old and a 4 month old. Raising children is rewarding but stressful. The dramas give me a much needed escape and lift my mood when I've had a tough day. It's better than prozac.

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Post by Tadanga » Jul 17th, '10, 10:19

I'll finally be 40 next month.
I say finally because 40 has always been a magical number ever since I was a kid, wondering what kind of person I would be and what kind of things I would have had accomplished by then.
Note to kid : All your plans, standards and benchmarks. Forget about it !!

But it was a great ride getting here nonetheless.

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Post by starfang » Jul 19th, '10, 03:20

Im 21
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Post by doom89757 » Jul 19th, '10, 06:54

I'll be 24 next month, haiz
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