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Jen (SquirrelGirl)
I'm almost 36 and I still feel like I'm pretending to be a "grown-up" 50% of the time. Does that feeling ever go away?
Ahh, nope. - Steve C Team Marina
nuh uh - Cee Bee
I don't think so but I'm not much older than you to have a definitive answer, maybe one day who knows - M F
Me too, Jen. - FFing Enigma
I just turned 30 a month ago today. So I sure hope that feeling never goes away. =) - Bryan Zirkel
Interesting. I'm 28 and was wondering about that today. - arnaldostream
40 & hope it never goes away - The Catz Meow
I'm 42, and it hasn't gone away yet, even after two kids. My grandparents (when they were alive) and parents told me it never went away for them either. My bet is it never goes away. - Stephen Mack
No, it doesn't go away, not unless you want it to, and work hard to be – first "always mature," then "all grown up," then "comfortably middle age," and so on. - ianf ⌘
I hope not! - Sarah Lane
I hope not too - Rodfather
Speaking of age, I recently asked a local pharmacist if she wasn't classmates with my daughter Adina, who's now 25. She wasn't sure at first, then it turned out she was 36 ;-)) This made her day [must file it away as a viable pickup line for my next script]. - ianf ⌘
I'm 25 and I fell like I'm 16, I think I got stuck there or something. All the "grown-up" stuff I should be doing like paying rent, learning to cook more then Rice-A-Roni, and saving money for the future seems scary and big. My mom just got carded at T.G.I.Fridays and nearly yelped "really??" The waitress responded "Policy for up to 40." My mom is just over 50 and still giggles. :) - Heather
NO No it dosen't - Holly is Happy
Nope - I am 45 and still feel like I am playing grown up at times. - Dan owns Comicsforge.com
Gosh, I hope it doesn't. I never want to ever feel 100% grown-up. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
I hope not too. And after spending a long weekend with my mom and watching her, I'm thinking not. That's a good thing. - Jen (SquirrelGirl)
I wonder if my parents felt/feel the same way. Great question sg, will have to inquire. - Matt from iPod
I was just wondering at what age my parents started thinking of themselves as "adults", assuming they do. I hope I never do. - Andy Bakun
It hasnt for me at 50, for what its worth. :)) - Tony C (Unrated)
With me it still feels the same here at 45. Different but the same. - Ton Zijp
hope not! - timepilot
I'm about to turn 33 and I wonder about this as well. - Michelle Jones
I'm almost 32 and have the same feeling most of the time. I still feel young but I look in the mirror and wonder who the old dude staring back at me is. - Christian (Simply X)
I always wondered what it would feel like to be "grown up". Still don't have an answer, thankfully. - Damon Cortesi
So it's not just me and my video game playing. - Rob H. from iPhone
54 and still nope. Is it weird to still have the urge to build a fort whenever I see a large cardboard box? - Ken Morley
i was going to say the same thing Christian (Simply X) said. If you are curious, and eager for learning and sharing, - living actually - it will not go away. But that's not your fault, it's other people's. You're just fine like that, young at heart. - Alexandre Gamela from twhirl
Well, I'm almost 30 and still don't have a career. Or boyfriend. Or clean apartment. All of which I want. I sometimes feel like I'm failing at being a grown up. - Lis
So far (and i'm only a couple of years older than you) no. I still feel like I;m way younger than my age says I am. - Kelly W.
44 and still a kid here! - BEX
nope, noway, & nohow, :) - chaz2b
I'm 54 and still think I am a third of that - Alistair
the inference is - there is a child in everyone of us that never grows.. cheers =) - Gtp19
I agree Andy! Being a mom let's you re-experience childhood. For me it is like seeing in color again for the first time in a long time. - Jen (SquirrelGirl) from iPhone
it hasn't gone away for me. in fact, some days (like most of this week, so far) that feeling is stronger than ever. i think being a stay-at-home dad plays a role in this, but only a minor one. - Big Joe Silence
Maturity != age. I know i've been called "a big kid" at 30+ and it suits me fine. - Pete D from iPhone
lord, I hope not. - Gary Smith
Live4Emma (L4S)
I hate poets, too. - Akiva
Singles OR couples prefered? What, got a problem with triplets? - BryanSchuetz from iPhone
Ya gotta watch out for those poets, some of 'em turn into musicians.....there goes the neighborhood. - Manitou Garden
cappuccino and jazz all night long...and all that finger snapping - Live4Emma (L4S)
Landlady//Was it Quincy, Springfield,/ Decatur or cheeky Champaign? // I try to remember./ Alas, in vain. // I left her all alone / with a broken lease; // ran off with her younger/ and prettier niece. - Phil Boiarski
Justin Miller
Amira
Chocolate Hills in the Province of Bohol, Philippines by TheHouseKeeper - http://vi.sualize.us/view...
Chocolate Hills in the Province of Bohol, Philippines by TheHouseKeeper
The Chocolate Hills is an unusual geological formation in Bohol, Philippines. According to the latest accurate survey done, there are 1,776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometres (20 sq mi). They are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, hence the name. One of the four legend tells of a giant named Arogo who was extremely powerful and youthful. Arogo fell in love with Aloya, who was a simple mortal. Aloya's death caused Arogo much pain and misery, and in his sorrow he could not stop crying. When his tears dried, the Chocolate Hills were formed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... - Amira from Bookmarklet
WOW - Veeee
AJ Batac
Dave Winer
We Need PageRank for People. (Good way to put it!) http://threeminds.organic.com/2009...
makes since and it can be doable i think. - Monique
I was actually just thinking about this in the context of iranelections: http://distresssignal.org/2009... what if twitter verified witnesses on the ground instead of clebreties. - BryanSchuetz
Mainstream media need verification more than anyone. The reason why they were so quiet is because they don't want to report rumors. Remember how many false stories got reported in the middle of 9-11, avoiding that in real-time has got to be hard. - BryanSchuetz
Doesn't Googles Sentiment Analysis a step in the right direction? It infers sentiment to rank http://www.seobythesea.com/... and “service,” “value,” and “general comments.” Aspects are defined in one of Google’s papers on sentiment analysis as “properties of an object that can be rated by a user.” Unfortunately, Google is attempting to Patent this process. - Greg
Intersting, had to google for Sentiment Analysis and found nice explanation from iStrategyLabs: http://www.istrategylabs.com/buzz-mo... - BryanSchuetz
Anne K. Halsall
The lesson I've learned from Civ IV is that rushing to build spaceships just gets you killed by a bunch of Romans in the middle ages.
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Jonathan Snook
PUT or POST: The REST of the Story - http://jcalcote.wordpress.com/2008...
A great explanation of the different between the HTTP verbs PUT and POST and how it applies to REST applications - Jonathan Snook
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