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if you had to be permanently one age for ever , which would you choose?

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for me - 30 seems a good age so i would stick with that,

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Well, I'm only 15, so I haven't been enough different ages to accurately answer this question.

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To answer the question directly... I would have to say roughly 21 years old would suffice. It still retains the youth of a teenager, while also having increased maturity and responsibility from that period.

To give my true, answer, though... I would have to say none of them. While aging certainly isn't always a pleasant process, I can't help but feel that the prospect of never aging is quite... harrowing, in some fashion. Sure, having a youthful body indefinitely would certainly be nice... but assuming the other, less positive perks of being that young were still present, I don't believe it would ultimately be worth it. The only constant in life is change, as many have said, and being in an ever-changing environment as a stagnant adult doesn't sound pleasant to me. It's ultimately subjective, but if you ask me... life always changes, and I believe that's a good thing.

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I like stabilisation, overall, stagnation (but not recession), stability and few other names for the state, where nothing changes too much or too quickly, so I would pick up to be always between 18 and 24, because in that period person have the most capabilities to learn and remember things, in that young age also person thinks the fastest and have the most bright answers for questions and it's overall confident. The only thing I don't like in this age is pressure for girls and parties and drinks.

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If I had to choose a permanent age, it would have to be 21. Certain joints and stuff start aching when approaching 30. lol

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I'd choose to be the permanent age of 25. It would place me right in the middle of my prime whilst being old enough to not be confused for a teenager.

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I'm content being 21... I'm still young and as fit as a fiddle. If I could I'd stop time here.

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I guess 22; I’ve already passed it :maud: .

Or just not over 30 D:

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I feel like early to mid 20's would be the best age to stay. Typically not old enough for health problems, but not too young to be in a constant state of being labeled "immature".

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Listen, being immortal would suck. Eventually you would get dimentia from living so long, if you end up living long enough, you would be the next caveman as humans would’ve evolved to survive better. Sorry mate, I’d rather age normally.

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25. Brain is done developing. You are well past the age legally required to do many things. Muscle development and so forth is near its peak or can be brought there. Frankly that is the perfect area to hold. So long as your body is preserved in that state you could do a heck of a lot. 

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I'd be 30. I'm nowhere near that yet, but that's what I'm shooting for. 

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I'd say between 22 and 28. I have no particular reasoning behind my answer. 

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Probably 18, here in australia that's the legal age to do anything.

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24. according to todays science, that is the perfect age for the human body. Youre brain stops developing, allegedly, and your through with puberty....allegedly. If we are to believe this, that means 24 is THE golden age of your body.

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I would say 17 if it meant also going back to myself from that age without the health issues that came later.

17 would be an awkward age, being stuck in school and me being mentally much older as I am would mean no dating. Unless this is rolling me back mentally to age 17 as well (lord have mercy on those who would have the misfortune of knowing me in that circumstance), but that would still be problematic. But it's not like I'm dating right now, either. I'd rather have health and live a worry free life like I had back then.

If the health issues were no issue, I'd say somewhere from the early 20s to 25.

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I'll take 25. 

That's when you're not considered a "young driver" when you try to get car insurance, and it shouldn't cost an absurd amount, it's also the age when you can rent a car. It's also right when alcohol (or at least in my experience) doesn't hit you as bad. 

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Probably somewhere between 2 and 5. I'm not exactly sure. I don't really remember much of my childhood either, so that doesn't help matters. :c

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I'd choose 18, it's the legal age here for everything and it's still young.

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Seeing as how I'm 27 and already feel old, I'd go with maybe 23. Or even 25, since you can legally do most age restricted things by then.

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Easy. 18. It's as young as I can go while still legally being an adult. I don't like getting older, at all.

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