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At what age did you start acting maturely

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SpallaCamiccia, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. SpallaCamiccia

    SpallaCamiccia Well-Known Member

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    So leaving of being an inmature I mean.

    Me at like 29 or so, too late yes. I was only worried about girls, classy cars , tailors and a fancy life.

    I woke up .
     
  2. acidboy

    acidboy Well-Known Member

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    at 45. I'm 38 right now.
     
  3. ms244

    ms244 Well-Known Member

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    So leaving of being an inmature I mean.

    Me at like 29 or so, too late yes. I was only worried about girls, classy cars , tailors and a fancy life.

    I woke up .


    Um, what more do you want?

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  4. Stazy

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    I don't think I've ever been immature, at least when compared to my peers.
     
  5. imschatz

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    By my current definition of mature* .. I grew up a lot between 22-23. *mature: actually taking responsibility for my actions.
     
  6. kwilkinson

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    By my current definition of mature* .. I grew up a lot between 22-23.

    *mature: actually taking responsibility for my actions.


    +1.
     
  7. Stazy

    Stazy Well-Known Member

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    By my current definition of mature* .. I grew up a lot between 22-23.

    *mature: actually taking responsibility for my actions.


    +1.

    That definition seems rather narrow. I would think that a mature person would go beyond just taking responsibility for their actions and actually do some critical thinking before taking a course of action. There's a big difference between fucking up and taking responsibility for it and planning to avoid fucking up.
     
  8. rjakapeanut

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    kind of depends on how loose the term is. i'm 20 now. so i still have plenty of maturing to do.

    but as far as the age where i went "oh ok i need to actually worry about school/career/life/money/who i'm going to be" that was age 17.

    but i still curse too much and goof off too much. i'm sure that will slow down alot when i leave college.
     
  9. Kai

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    18.

    That's when I actually started working hard in school.
     
  10. EMY

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    By my current definition of mature* .. I grew up a lot between 22-23.

    *mature: actually taking responsibility for my actions.


    If you did not take responsibility for your actions until you were 22 then [​IMG]
     
  11. BillyMaysHere!

    BillyMaysHere! Well-Known Member

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    I can't be mature; I'm a socialist.

    Actually, I'm a 21 year old uni student, so I have a couple years at least before I need to start acting really mature. As for being mature, I can be mature when I'm dead.
     
  12. Matt

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    sorta happening now. I'm 34.
     
  13. *#..

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    I've always been mature for my age. I'd say I actually got less mature when I started college, as I'm lazier and less selfless.
     
  14. Hombre Secreto

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    When I moved out of my parents and was left to fend for myself. I'm way more careful about decisions now that I don't have anyone subsidizing my ass.
     
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    I've no intention of ever being "mature."
     
  17. impolyt_one

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    Couple weeks ago. True story.
     
  18. Dedalus

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    Not until I became a dad, I guess.
     
  19. Piobaire

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    I figure I might start acting mature in 20 years or so. Nah, second thought, that's unlikely.
     
  20. CharlieAngel

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    I'm 37 and still act like I'm 15 at times. I moved out when I was 18, have been paying my own way ever since, but I still read comics, play video games, cook delicious food, eat junk food, ride motorcycles, ride the bus, swim in oceans, fart in the tub, skip down the street, jump on ledges, write girls silly poetry, chase tail, get wasted, stay sober, make chocolates, play in the grass, read a lot of books, watch a lot of music, listen to a lot of music, do my own laundry, draw inappropriate pictures... I don't know what your definition of mature is, but I'm pretty happy with my life.
     

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