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Immature Bloopers
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12 Apr 2009, 12:33
The Ryan
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I think immaturity is being 23 and thinking "I'm 23 now! I must know EVERYTHING there is to know! Nobody can suggest to me what to do or what to think, or imply that something I'm upto is wrong, because I know best. I always know best, I am 23, I'm not a child!"

I think this applies to an awful lot of Bloopers. And not just the ones that are 23!
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12 Apr 2009, 15:06
Estella
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WHAT ABOUT THE 22-YEAR-OLDS WHO THINK THAT BECAUSE THEY ARE 22, THEY DON'T HAVE TO BE MATURE AND RESPONSIBLE, BUT THAT ANYONE 23 OR ABOVE SHOULD TOTALLY KNOW BETTER, YO! GOSH, YO - FOND MEMORIES OF OUR FAVE EX-BLOOPER, YO! ;D
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12 Apr 2009, 23:34
The Ryan
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Oh Gosh! That too, yo!!! Hahahaha, I totally forgot about Laz's "SHE should know better! She is all grown up and 24!!! Unlike my tender 22 years! I can get away with what I please!!!"
Classic!
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12 Apr 2009, 15:25
Lady Elphaba
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I believe that there should be a balance between maturity and immaturity; know when be serious and when to be silly.
Also, I think it shows real quality in someone when they can look beyond age, appearance, race, etc. and see a person for who they are (not what they are!), accept them even if they don't particularly agree with/like/tolerate them and not dwell upon wasteful emotions, such as "hatred". Lol, there should be more love in the world ;D
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12 Apr 2009, 15:26
Lady Elphaba
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* know when to be serious and when to be serious...

For Goodness sake, I re-read my paragraph... How could I have missed that grammatical error!? :-/
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12 Apr 2009, 15:27
Lady Elphaba
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Lack of sleep... WHEN TO HAVE FUN... I wish there was an "edit" option :'(
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13 Apr 2009, 01:44
PBK1987
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I am the most immature person of all time.
well not all time but I'm up there.
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13 Apr 2009, 02:33
Kelsey Lynn xox
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i agree with lady harley quinn.
but my version is i believe you are mature when you can look past the labels of age, race, gender, etc and discover who that person really is. especially because i get called out on my age.
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13 Apr 2009, 10:09
Lady Elphaba
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Same ;D
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