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LazzyFox LazzyFox 41-45, F 57 Answers Feb 29, 2012

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Nope , Still hangin'out at Toys-R-Us .I'm Still a big kid at heart .

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some do. but I think that a lot of women should be thrown in that group too

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Not sure...my brother is still living his teenage years and in his mid-30s.

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Define "grow up" then put yourself to those standards...might surprise yourself.

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I don't think so, thank god.

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no we dont grow up but we have more fun than you do ............ ; - )p

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Why? Life's too short. Enjoy it.

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Of course not. That's why fart jokes are still funny, as well as farting in public and blaming your significant other...lol

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My dad is in is 50s and still thinks "pull my finger" is funny. <br />
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While he is responsible and upstanding when it comes to work and taking care of his family, when he has a break, he reverts back to jr high behavior.

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Nobody in this society ever grows up.

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I hope not

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They could... slowly !

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Each of us has a little girl or little boy inside .. for some men that little boy is a "big" boy.. so they look like as if they never grew up...

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No, my toys just keep getting more expensive.

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Do we want to? We all have an inner child and wish we could have the care free days of our childhood.

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I actually met a fair share of mature men/guys so you shouldn't paint everyone with the same brush.

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Yeah for sure. Are you grown up or maybe you choose better yourself?

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Some of them do & some of them will always be immature!

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I think if I ever considered myself grown up I'd die inside. We're only here a short while and occupy such a small place in time and space, may as well make a mess or two. After all how big a mess could it be anyway.

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Define "Grown up" because each person's definition of what constitutes maturity is different. Is it the TV or films they watch? Is it the size of their wallets? Is it the number of friends they have? Or is it perhaps actually the consistency of their character?<br />
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Because I've got to tell you, the people who tack hardest to "maturity" are often the most ill-tempered and mal-adjusted people I know. Because they will dress down anyone they see who doesn't meet their standards of maturity. The people who tend to be the best friends, and most moral people I've known all tended to be the most silly and immature. Because they didn't feel like they had to act haughty as a status symbol and were honest about just doing what they wanted.<br />
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I'd much rather deal with someone honest and a bit self-absorbed but good-natured then someone 100% serious who uses that as an excuse to act arrogant and domineering.

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