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  1. marcus says

    “OK, I promise to try to never get old.”
    I’ve settled for never growing up. (Listening to Neil Young’s new album myself.)

  2. sinned34 says

    I’m you from the future! we have to finish our time machine before the angels of destruction find the portal! [morphs into David Bowie] Na… I’m just messin’ with ya.

  3. autumn says

    Well, there is a way to never get any older, but I think it’s a pretty crappy alternative.

  4. Tigger_the_Wing says

    I don’t care what the calendar says; I stopped getting older on my 40th birthday and started counting backwards. That’d make me 25 now; which suits me nicely, as I can now do all the things other 25-year-olds get to do, like dye my hair silly colours, join a cosplay group, rebel against conformity, display individualism, that sort of thing. =^_^= Things that I couldn’t really do the first time round, as I was rather busy raising a family and being all responsible and stuff.