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Date Posted: Tue May 06, 2008 22:20:07
Author: Erick
Subject: Immortality at 14
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Dark Question for 5/6" on Tue May 06, 2008 20:05:03

14. I knew who and what I was at that age. What I had back then was already the base for what I am now.

14 a couple of hundred times and you will have experienced things beyond the measure of a 22 year old. Yes, I will have lost the experiences I had from 14 to 22 and they are not to be taken lightly. But what about the regret of not having the experiences I COULD have from 14 to 500?

Just as much as me not knowing what I could have experienced by growing up, I may never know the experiences I could have by living a thousand years.

Hehehe, besides, my working THEORY here is if I'm 14 I may get more cute boys in bed! Hihihihi. . .


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