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@NeilNP don't feel old - I read Looking for Alaska as my first John Green book when I was 33 (34 now), so I'm even more old. However @Beckerlynn has the crown for age based experience thus far ; so in short don't worry about it.
In any event, I learend when I an intern at 18, that people truly don't grow up, they just grow old. I so clearly remember the chrismas party at the Company, and those old teachers at or above 50 were as lively and silly as those fresh from school at 25-28. So yeah, you, me and others may be old in comparison to a teenager, but we don't have to act it.
I certainly only do it to the extend that my job demands it. Last Friday I was wearing the Harto onesie at our department's Christmas party, and nobody was bothered by that.
Wedid not know what to make of her. In our minds we tried to pin her to a corkboard like a butterfly, but the pin merely went through and away she flew.” ― Jerry Spinelli. DFTBA