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When I was 20, 25, 30, 35 (your choice) you could always find me ... and you'd never catch me doing...

Asked by zensky (13357 points ) January 9th, 2013

Someone here aged 25 said they weren’t getting much sex.
I think at 25 I was a fucking bunny rabbit and got enough to last a lifetime. Which was both useful and prophetic because now I am practically celibate.

At 35 you could always find me outdoors and usually with one of my kids on my shoulders.

Now I am usually indoors and can barely lift my shoulders.

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cookieman's avatar

When I was 24 to 40 you could always find me killing myself, working two jobs (averaging 60 hours/week ; and you’d never rarely catch me relaxing.

Just this year, I’m down to one job, barely working 35 hours/week.

zenvelo's avatar

When I was 25 you could always find me partying. All my pictures from before age 30 show me with a drink and a cigarette in my hands.

I haven’t had a drink in over 26 years, and it’s been almost the same since I had a cigarette.

zensky's avatar

@zenvelo I have a similar story. I still drink occasionally but no more smokes.

Shippy's avatar

30 – 40 Working my backside off
40 – 50 Still working my backside off
50 – Found my G Spot

zensky's avatar

@Shippy Mazel Tov. Pics or it never happened.

TheProfoundPorcupine's avatar

@Shippy out of the things you said there it sounds like the 50 one would have been the most rewarding.

Seek's avatar

When I was 20 – I was a single, lonely, depressed Fundamentalist Christian.

When was 25 – I was married, a mom, and a happy atheist.

Yay, growing up!

bossob's avatar

35–45 dancing every night of the week; now, I develop an instant limp whenever I get near a dance floor.

burntbonez's avatar

When I was… well, any age at all after age 12 or so, you’d always find me with a novel in my hand.

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