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Has anybody else noticed this? What I mean by this is how the weeks pass faster when you're older. I can't beleive it's thursday again. I can't beleive christmas was fucking 3 months ago. I can't believe i'm 22!
As I've got older I've noticed my life consists of the same weekly things. Monday to friday I go to work (I'm a builder) the good thing about my job is I get to travel all over the country working. Then the weekend I go out, party, have sex and drink. It's the same weekly routine over and over again. All I live for is the weekend and money.
Damn I wish I was 16 again. School was brilliant everday was different and everday after school I would go out and get up to all sorts of crap. Mainly getting drunk in parks, getting chased and all that bull shit stuff. It may sound really stupid and childish to do thoses kind of things to most of you on here, but when I was 16 I never had the internet, I couldn't even work a p.c. To be honest I wouldn't have wanted a p.c in fear of being called a ''Geek'' by all my mates.
The only reason I got myself a p.c was to hook my decks up to it so I could record decent c.d mixes. Then I got the internet to download music and then I found Newgrounds.
Anyway Thats the first and last serious post you will have off me.
Yes. I still remember new years eve 3 tears ago like it was yesterday. The bad thing is ive got my GCSE exams in may and now i hate the fact that time flies past.
It's ironic that older people wish to be younger where as younger people wish they were older.
Lol. You're old. Put your teeth back in and try and enjoy your creamed corn gramps.
I haven't experienced (or noticed) what you're talking about. I'm sure it feels that way, but you might just be stuck in a rut or something. Go on a road trip.
At 3/17/05 03:32 PM, BloodiedFangs wrote: It's ironic that older people wish to be younger where as younger people wish they were older.
Yeah, it is isn't it. I wish I could stay 21 forever.
At 3/17/05 03:31 PM, Darkmaster2000 wrote: Yes. I still remember new years eve 3 tears ago like it was yesterday. The bad thing is ive got my GCSE exams in may and now i hate the fact that time flies past.
The GCSE's were easy. My advice to you is to enjoy high school while you still can. Whether you choose to continue your education or get a job, it all goes downhill after high school.
Yeah, I didn't like going to school until my junior year when I realized it was much easier than the real world. Like you said, at this point in our lives we're like "Oh, it's only a year a way. That's not so long." Whereas when we were 16 it was like "Holy shit, it's a year away! That's fucking forever!"
i thought it was just me.... i feel old now. after highschool you fly threw teh weeks.
I disagree. I think it gets slower the older I get. It's surprising certain things went very quick back then, but let time go and it will be christmas again and I might think "Wow, that went quick!"
Yeah, I guess it's because as you get older you're more used to the usual yearly events and a year just seems less significant when you're 20 then if you're 5. I hope it doesn't keep seeming to go faster though. One day you'll be 40 the next day it'll seem like you're 75 with a fake hip and teeth waiting for death to end you're boring life.
Varies. For example, if you have a lot of work on your shouders, then pretty much time flies by.
At 3/17/05 03:33 PM, SubKutz wrote:At 3/17/05 03:32 PM, BloodiedFangs wrote: It's ironic that older people wish to be younger where as younger people wish they were older.Yeah, it is isn't it. I wish I could stay 21 forever.
Heh, one of my rare and strangely profound moments. Savour it.
Hell, I'm a Freshman its already begun to feel that way
But the more you remember the faster time goes but the less you know the more you feel lost but you can't always be in the middle
At 3/17/05 03:28 PM, SubKutz wrote: Has anybody else noticed this? What I mean by this is how the weeks pass faster when you're older.
My elder brother actually has a theory about this (he's an intelligent fucker, but has a depressing view on everything). He reckons that (and this makes sense....) as you get older, your metabolism slows down. So life appears to you to be passing faster. Based on this belief, he came to the conclusion that by the time you're 25, you've already lived half of your life (according to your perception).
I do understand where he's coming from with this, it's logical when you think about it... but, how much more depressing can you get, when that is your viewpoint on your life?
Myself, I live for yesterday, today and tomorrow. Making plans for next year just doesn't concern me. Maybe this explains why I have no money and no career....