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People Break Down Which Things Scream 'I'm Having A Midlife Crisis'
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Red sports cars have been a mid-life crisis trope for as long as there have been red sports cars and lives have had mids.

But for real, nobody is affording them in this economy. And if we could, we couldn't gas them up anyway.

But broke folk deserve a crisis, too! Probably more than anyone who can afford a sports car...

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People Share The Activities Their Body Told Them They Absolutely Must Stop Doing
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Getting older is inevitable.

Like everything else on the planet, over time the human body suffers the effects of wear and tear.

Joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, teeth, etc... are put through the ringer and eventually it begins to show.

Things we used to do with ease suddenly aren't so simple.

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People Explain What A 4-Year-Old Can Do Better Than A 40-Year-Old
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Moment of honesty—I am straight up jealous of the fact that my toddler literally never wears pants and nobody cares.

She can march her chunky babybody into a grocery store wearing a unicorn t-shirt and some strappy sandals and people give her a cookie for it.

See what happens if I march my chunky almost-40-body into a grocery store in a t shirt, no pants, and strappy sandals...

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People Divulge The One Thing They Had As A Child They Wish They Had Today
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You never appreciate what you have until it's gone, right?

That includes all the things we took for granted as children.

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People Share The Saddest Thing About Growing Up
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Life hurts. And the truth.

So it's a double whammy when learning the truths about life.

When you're young they try to shield you from the worst of it.

But you're going to catch on eventually.

Lesson one... Santa isn't real.

It's all downhill from there.

Redditor Apeeeu_ wanted to hear about all the things that made people frown in the past. They asked:

"What’s the saddest thing about growing up?"
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