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If You Had The Choice To Be One Age For Your Entire Life, Which Age Would You Choose?

I think I would probably go for 12 or 13. How about you?

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Deitus(138) Banned
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Why would you choose an age where you are not fully developed? The objectively scientific answer is 25 because if you are healthy you can be in your prime physically at that age and also have a fully developed brain.

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BurritoLunch(2553) Clarified
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Why would you choose an age where you are not fully developed?

For exactly that reason. The mystery and magic vanish when you know what's going on. I wasn't concerned with politics or pretty much anything except my own entertainment back then.

Also, the anticipation of an event is usually greater than the event itself.

The objectively scientific answer is 25

There is no objective answer. It's a subjective question. I'm asking for your opinion.

Also, I was nowhere near fully developed at 25. I didn't even stop growing until I was about 30.

and also have a fully developed brain.

And a much smaller imagination.

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Deitus(138) Disputed Banned
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The mystery and magic vanish when you know what's going on.

No one knows what's going on. The truly wise know they can only be relatively wise.

I wasn't concerned with politics or pretty much anything except my own entertainment back then.

I think you are dumb. Who wants to be stuck as a clueless child all their lives. Only someone who is still one at heart would.

There is no objective answer.

There IS. The most practical and intelligent people will ALL choose my answer, because the smart thing to do is pick an age where you can be both mentally and physically in your prime and that age is 25 when the brain has fully developed and the body is mature but still young and healthy. You can say "but most people learn a lot more as they get older" but if you stopped aging at 25 it wouldn't stop you from learning etc.

I was nowhere near fully developed at 25. I didn't even stop growing until I was about 30.

"Growing" in what sense?

And a much smaller imagination.

It depends who you are talking about, many people keep their imagination as adults and learn to translate it into some form of art or something.

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I think I'd go with being 28. Not too old, not too young. Good middle ground.

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