There is a pretty big difference between being 12 and 16, yet there's not really one between being 51 and 55, amirite?

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Because when you're a child you are still growing and maturing, thus in four years there is a big difference from how you used to be. But, by the time you are 51 you are obviously fully grown so four years would make hardly any difference.

Clementiness avatar Clementines Yeah You Are +7Reply

When you're old, you're old.

kimmiedolls avatar kimmiedoll Yeah You Are +6Reply

I read a cracked article about immortality a while ago. But they brought up an interesting point about how the older you are the shorter your perception of time is.

I feel like I've read this post about 5,000 times on here :l all just worded slightly different.

16/12 > 55/51? Are you some kind of mathematical genius

If you think about this, it's really not that interesting or ground-breaking.

Are there any 55 year olds on this website to can testify to this?

When you're young, you change drastically in four years. Once you're done with puberty, things are a lot more gradual.

Stepharoos avatar Stepharoo Yeah You Are +1Reply

Its not that I agree with this post or don't agree I just wanna b the one awkward person to say 'no way'

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