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Title: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: Jon on August 28, 2018 04:07 AM
are you finding yourself coming back to things you once loved. have you found that you've grown more indifferent to them? is the passion gone?

Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: nuac_ on August 28, 2018 11:34 PM
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are you finding yourself coming back to things you once loved. have you found that you've grown more indifferent to them? is the passion gone?

I could not play pokemon past 30, no.
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: rtil on August 29, 2018 05:24 AM
everything you liked as a kid is not as good as you remember it from my experience. not always but most of the time
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: nuac_ on August 30, 2018 09:55 AM
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everything you liked as a kid is not as good as you remember it from my experience. not always but most of the time

Btu come on rtil its pokemon go. Have u not played Pokemon Go?
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: cipher on August 30, 2018 11:00 AM
i can't sit in front of a computer comfortably for more than 2 hours anymore most of the time, so in return I feel like I'm just slowly ageing out of internet culture and all the other things associated with it. I don't know how I fe
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: Zhouno on October 10, 2018 06:30 AM
I actually can't say that I'm sharing those 'growing out' of things feelings. Sure, I get over very specific things after doing them for a long time, but I still enjoy the same hobbies and general interests as I did 10, 15 or even 20 years ago.
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: Jon on December 15, 2018 06:01 PM
"i can't sit in front of a computer comfortably for more than 2 hours anymore most of the time, so in return I feel like I'm just slowly ageing out of internet culture and all the other things associated with it. I don't know how I fe"

 mebbe thats a good thing. alot of inernet culture rn just kinda feels 'haha this is ironically ironic and it's so tiring' and idk it kinda whithers me. i hope mebbe i start to care less about the direction of internet culture but its kinda fascinatin even if gayly so
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: nuac_ on December 17, 2018 03:55 PM
I can't play more than 30 minutes of any video game, at any time.
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: Jon on December 23, 2018 04:31 AM
it makes me feel guilteh but i also feel kinda bad about not gettin to play super amazin life changin game-os (i was wonderin if final fantasy would end up changing the course of my life if i just playd it on a whim this holiday that would be somethin)
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: Jon on December 23, 2018 04:32 AM
new thread topic: whats the last thing you'd expect to enjoy but you admit to never attempting to try it ever
Title: Re: are you consciously, actively 'aging out' of things?
Post by: nuac_ on February 27, 2019 01:59 PM
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>final fantasy would end up changing the course of my life

I've never played a single life-changing final fantasy in my entire life. Get outta town. Which one changed yours

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>the last thing you'd expect to enjoy but you admit to never attempting to try it ever

Too deep 4 me