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How old are you all

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Yeah just write a number, and that’s your age

I’m 18

 
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^Hard to believe.
I’m 18.

 
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I think our Kongregate profiles already do this for us.

I am 117-118 bunneh years however. Now where is my chair, I cannot hop anymore due to arthritis. – holds onto a bunneh wheel chair and strolls along -

Edit: Human years 17

 
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16

 
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21

 
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16 master race.

 
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8614

 
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im 15

 
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13.

 
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20

 
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13

 
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17

 
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14

 
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Eighteen and still in high school.

 
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Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:

Eighteen and still in high school.

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

 
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My profile says I’m 104, so I’ll go with that.

 
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Originally posted by Rich112:

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

I think there’s a huge difference between being eighteen and in high school and being eighteen and having already graduated.

The former shows that the person still lives the life of a child. They probably live with their parents and they still attend compulsory schooling. The latter shows that the person is in the beginning of adulthood. They may be moving away from home to attend college and will likely seek employment.

 
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Ah, okay that’s a good reason I didn’t think of it that way cause it didn’t really happen like that for me.

 
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Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:
Originally posted by Rich112:

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

I think there’s a huge difference between being eighteen and in high school and being eighteen and having already graduated.

The former shows that the person still lives the life of a child. They probably live with their parents and they still attend compulsory schooling. The latter shows that the person is in the beginning of adulthood. They may be moving away from home to attend college and will likely seek employment.

A lot of people in college still live with their parents.

 
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People usually finish high school when they are 19 years old over here.

 
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Originally posted by Aldir:
Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:
Originally posted by Rich112:

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

I think there’s a huge difference between being eighteen and in high school and being eighteen and having already graduated.

The former shows that the person still lives the life of a child. They probably live with their parents and they still attend compulsory schooling. The latter shows that the person is in the beginning of adulthood. They may be moving away from home to attend college and will likely seek employment.

A lot of people in college still live with their parents.

maybe where you are, but in my city almost none of the college kids live with there parents

 
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Originally posted by Rich112:
Originally posted by Aldir:
Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:
Originally posted by Rich112:

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

I think there’s a huge difference between being eighteen and in high school and being eighteen and having already graduated.

The former shows that the person still lives the life of a child. They probably live with their parents and they still attend compulsory schooling. The latter shows that the person is in the beginning of adulthood. They may be moving away from home to attend college and will likely seek employment.

A lot of people in college still live with their parents.

maybe where you are, but in my city almost none of the college kids live with there parents

Oh yeah I don’t really go to poor people universities.

 
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Originally posted by Aldir:
Originally posted by Rich112:
Originally posted by Aldir:
Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:
Originally posted by Rich112:

Just wondering why you would say the second part??

I think there’s a huge difference between being eighteen and in high school and being eighteen and having already graduated.

The former shows that the person still lives the life of a child. They probably live with their parents and they still attend compulsory schooling. The latter shows that the person is in the beginning of adulthood. They may be moving away from home to attend college and will likely seek employment.

A lot of people in college still live with their parents.

maybe where you are, but in my city almost none of the college kids live with there parents

Oh yeah I don’t really go to poor people universities.

Duquesne university and university of pittsburgh and Pittsburgh School of Law aren’t exactly “poor” people universities

 
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Rich, it’s spelled Duquesne. I had considered going there for a while, but for some reason, I chose Marietta College instead.

 
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Originally posted by AlextheGreat13:

Rich, it’s spelled Duquesne.

I know that and fixed it. Though I guess my iPod didn’t know that. I hate how it tries to spell for me.