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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Odneyson, Jul 3, 2012.
People say 26 is the beginning of old age. Is this true?
I still feel so young.
You are still a baby.....live with it.
yes because by 26 if you don't have a well paying job, a house, married and a couple of kids then you are a failure at life
dude wise the hell up seriously you're 26 not 86
Get back to me when you're REALLY over the hill like when you hit 27!!
Considering a whole lot of people live to a hundred these days I would say no. You aren't even old enough to have a midlife crisis.
Your only as old as you feel.
You're not old until you go to the Hype and have to look up terms that everyone else is using casually.
No, 26 is not old.
30 is old.
C Lee and me would disagree
Wait until you're 36, then ask this question.
26 is barely mid-life, so... no.
^ 50 is considered "mid-life" actually. So technically-speaking, 26 is rather pubescent in nature. LOL
26 is practically ancient. Better get your affairs in order and kiss your grandchildren goodbye.
I'm 34, but look like I'm barely 18, so I pretty much still have childhood foisted upon me.
Yes, you are old enough to die in a fire.
Depends on what standards you judge by, I guess. I have a friend who just turned twenty, yet she's traveled to about a dozen countries, speaks seven different language, tried about every drug out there at least once, and is (in her own words) "getting dangerously close to the triple digits" of people slept with, so she's probably lived about a hundred years of life in-between the digits. But to the average non-globe trotting joe, you're still pretty young, probably.
Who says this? Teenagers?
I would like to take this opportunity to say that I will be grinding my feet on the couches of everyone in this thread.
It's not the beginning of old age. It is old age.
I turned 29 last month and I still feel pretty young. No wife and no kids (that I know of).
i'm 33 and married...thank your lucky stars you're only 26..wish i still was!!
I'm 29 and I feel younger than I did at 26, or even 20. It's somewhat relative. Depends on your stress levels, your health, and your happiness.
You're still in your 20s. No. You're not old.
Time to get a passport and see as much of the world as possible before you're too old to be able to navigate your way through an airport. Did you know, flying is a bit like time travel, if you fly west?