I don’t know since when I think that when you turn 20, leaving teenage life and becoming an adult, it feels as if you stop growing up, only growing old. Like, do you remember the time when you’re in elementary school, and then you meet your big family in family gathering or such events, and then someone would say, like, “My, look at how you’ve grown!”And then it goes the same way, same old comment when you’re in junior high, senior high, and… it seems to stop when you’re 20. (Well yeah cz when you’re 20, the question will turn into, “When are you getting married?”)

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