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Also about older+69If you sing "happy and you know it", to older and older age groups you'll get fewer and fewer claps. amirite?
Also by hamsterhead+49As you get older the question "What do you wanna be when you grow up?" turns into "What do you want to major in?", amirite?
Also by hamsterhead+54If you're in a bad relationship with your peers, moving away will be promoting you to "stranger". amirite?
Also about older and grow+311It seems as though the rate at which time passes us by increases as we grow older. The hourglass containing the sands of time widens in the center with each year of age, amirite?
Also about older and grow+80It's belittling and annoying when someone older than you has a different way of doing something or thinking about something, instead of realizing that all people have different preferences and thinking styles they write it off as you being immature and say you'll change when you grow up, amirite?
Also about older and grow+259It's normal for a kid to have a somewhat ridiculous life goal or dream, which they grow out of as they get older. But, it's kind of funny to see someone who is the opposite. For example, a person who wanted to be a dentist when they were little but, as an adult, plans to be a famous rapper, amirite?
Also about older and grow+49As you grow older, you look back to your younger years and become embarrassed. As you grow as an amiriter, you look back to your old posts and become embarrassed, amirite?
Also about older and grow+94As we grow up we brag about how little sleep we got, once we get older its how much sleep you can get. amirite?
Also about older and grow+150The Beatles were popular in the olden days. They were mainstream. Billy Joel was mainstream. Heck, even Mozart was mainstream. There were most likely small, hipster bands back then, but nobody remembers/ cares about them. When we grow older people will only remember Ke$ha and Justin Bieber. All those small, unheard-of bands that we claim are "quality music", whether they are or not, will fade. Twenty years from now they will never be heard of again. Like it or not, it's the big things that last, amirite?