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    ^ I like this guy

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    This year has been the best so far. I think it will continue to be.
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    10, 14 have been the best. The last 3 years have been some of the hardest that I can actually remember so anything after this, should be awesome.

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    The last couple of years have been bad for me compared to the rest of my life, with the one notable exception of meeting my significant other.

    Freshman and junior year of college were some of the best times of my life. I remember enjoying high school right up to senior year too. My mid-teens were happy times.

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    I'm still waiting for it.
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    Probably 21 -- it was my last year of college, and I'd decided to not be an RA anymore and wound up moving back into the same dorm I'd started in, where all of my friends lived. Classes were good and didn't take a lot of my time, I was surrounded by friends, and every now and then I'd get flown out for a graduate school interview.

    Somewhere in my mid-20's is probably a close runner-up. I was still in graduate school, which wasn't going well (hence the lack of #1 status). But I loved the people I worked with, and had a fantastic group of friends that I saw multiple times a week. My happiness in all non-career progression ways probably made me too complacent.

    Having said that, hopefully it hasn't yet come for me. This next year might be a big one, as I may wind up relocating and "starting over". And if that works out, who knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelric View Post
    Probably 21 -- it was my last year of college, and I'd decided to not be an RA anymore and wound up moving back into the same dorm I'd started in, where all of my friends lived. Classes were good and didn't take a lot of my time, I was surrounded by friends, and every now and then I'd get flown out for a graduate school interview.

    Somewhere in my mid-20's is probably a close runner-up. I was still in graduate school, which wasn't going well (hence the lack of #1 status). But I loved the people I worked with, and had a fantastic group of friends that I saw multiple times a week. My happiness in all non-career progression ways probably made me too complacent.

    Having said that, hopefully it hasn't yet come for me. This next year might be a big one, as I may wind up relocating and "starting over". And if that works out, who knows?
    Was an RA in college too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I'm quite the party animal if that's what you mean. I don't know what else is underage besides alcohol, unless you mean sex which I've already gotten a taste of as well. The only other thing that comes to mind is gambling, which I'm not really attracted to in the first place. Feel free to bounce more ideas off on me so I have more stuff to look forward to when I get older!
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    Anyways, no particular age for me but I would say my 20's were the best overall.
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    im starting to feel like im using another part of myself that never was used before. im liking these years more
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    I'm not sure how to answer this really. I can be nostalgic about times of old, and I've had some good years. But as I grow older and duspitably wiser, I also feel like the last year of my life will always be the best year of my life. In the sense that the person I was in the good years I've had, is not a person I care to be anymore.
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