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  1. Daniel Nguyen says:

    My favorite age is 18 because legally you are an adult and it’s time to par-tay! You can finally move out of your parent’s house, go to college or choose not to, make some terrible decisions you’ll learn to regret and get a taste for freedom. And that’s the beauty of life and the tender age of 18. You are free to make your own decisions and learn to live with the consequences. Of course hindsight is 20/20 and looking back with the knowledge and life experience I have now, I wish I could go back to age 18 and do things a little differently. ..spent more time with my father who passed away 2 years ago, spent more time with my mother who has Parkinson’s now, 18 was the beginning of my adulthood and there was so much promise and hope looking forward into the future. Life is meant to be lived without regret.

  2. Dwight mccoy says:

    Have to go with 21, as it is the age when you can start legally drinking and a great party age back before the real world really sinks in, Ha.

  3. mami2jcn says:

    I would definitely say 21 is the best age. I was in college with very little responsibility and was going to parties every weekend. I was thin and young and the world was my oyster. Ah, those were the days.

    • Michael Reyes says:

      Age Fiddy, the halfway mark. I think by age 50 you’d experience a lot of shit in your life but it would now be the time where you seriously need to start checking things off your bucket list. Go skydiving, check. Go swimming with sharks (cue the Jaws theme), check. Get into a fight with a T-800, check. Go into space with Jeff Bezos, check?! I try hard not to look that far into my own future but it really makes you think about your life and what you have accomplished so far and what you still have left to do. Time is of the essence so get after it!

  4. Nicole Forsgren says:

    I think 16 is the best age. It begins that journey of independence with your first driver’s license and often your first job.
    When you reach those two milestones, you begin to get a feel of what lies ahead of you. A taste of what’s to come!

  5. Priscilla S. says:

    My favorite age is 18. It’s an fun and exciting year. A time of transition. Hitting true adulthood yet still being young enough to not have all the responsibilities that go along with it. Senior year in high school, parties, prom. It was exciting to feel truly grown up, about to embark on the adventure of college.

  6. Steven says:

    My favorite age if I’m lucky enough to reach it will be 100 years old. To live for an entire century would be such a huge accomplishment in my life. I’d get to see the turn of the century, see what new technological innovations have been made, get see to my children have children, my grand children grow up and have their own children. Time is precious and you don’t get to decide how much of it you get but it’s what you do with the time you have that’s most important. And that in essence is the meaning of life.

  7. Luke says:

    25 was my favorite age because it was the time I had the most fun. I was recently married living in a new house starting a new job I enjoyed at the time and just living life to the fullest. It was also when my wife surprised me with a trip to Chicago to see the Cubs at Wrigley Field for the first time which I’ll always remember!