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Jota, 18 is still a child?

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Submitted : 2018-06-13 21:58:12    Popularity:     

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21 is the starting point of adulthood.

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18 ... eighteen, nineteen ... still TEENagers. 18 is also considered a legal adult in Australia. Years ago when I started working I could not sign contracts until I turned 21 though, so I was still on "Junior" wages until then. I dont necessarily agree with reduced wages or pensions for "juniors." They still have to eat the same (or more), pay rent and bills the same as any adult.

18 is an adult 8 is a child

From 18 to 24 you're still actually a teen. You will never be adult from 18.

Depends how the person acts! Some 18yr olds are very mature and are able to engage in smart conversations adults! And also some 40yr olds are childish and immature! So I’d say it depends on the person!

No proven wrong time and time again, through all of history. The age of 13 is the time that brain pathways are set for the adult mind, where it is then that they need better direction for being adult. Have you seen all the 8 year old 50 year olds any more? It is only with the stupid you say that it becomes that way.

it depends and varies tbh

i was 13 when i was boning a girl who was 15 1/2 years old back in highschool

that said, i was sexualy aware and active at an early age anyway. Most Boys are. Straight ones i mean.

if a man starts liking cock at some stage of his development hes clearly sick and needs to seek help.

its up the parents to ensure their child does not get this sick. if he turns this way the parents are at fault imo.

okay but still, live and let live.

if a man wants cock let him have cock lol

i am NOT going to hack off his head cos he wants what he wants.

each to their own.

live and let live. thats my motto.

19 is legal adulthood where I live.

You need to study more geography-.-

EighTEEN. He is a TEENager not a child neither an Adult.

18 is adulthood



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