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Fingertingle, it is an interesting question. So you get a long story 8)
We may have a poll in the poll section about this.

I'm about one month away from 47! I could be mother to some and grandmother to a good many others! :shock: EDIT: Grandmother to your kids, LOL

What I've realized is that the internet is indeed skewed towards younger people, those who have literally grown up with the internet ... my friends' kids! I don't believe this site is in any way representative of everyone who has DP. In the future it will be common for most people (not the poor) to have computers in their homes. Last statistic I saw (and I could be wrong) was that @30% of the U.S. is "computer literate". I lived in a poor apartment complex before moving to my new one and no one had computers, only a few -- one was me.

I grew up with a friggin' typewriter, white-out to correct my college papers, I WILL NEVER USE A TYPEWRITER AGAIN IN MY LIFE!, a dial telephone, no such thing as a cell phone!, NO INTERNET, NO COMPUTER in school -- they had the gigantic ones with mainframes! My girlfriend in college was the only person I knew to have an Apple? It cost her a fortune. I think she got it in 1982? Is that right?

I owned a DOS Dell dinosaur that lasted FOREVER... got that in 1990. Didn't get onto the internet until I was nearly 40 in 1999. First word I typed into a search engine was "depersonalization." And God Bless Andy and y'all for being here! I lived "alone" w/DP for 40 years.

I don't like being "Middle Aged" but I still feel emotionally like 20. And no Martin I don't have a colostomy bag, LOL.

What was the question?
Oh, yes, in December I will be 47. God HELP ME! :shock:
 

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Dreamer - hell, it must have been exciting to be have been around to witness the invention of the wheel. Also, tell me, how did you feel about Genghis Khan's invasion of Europe? Must have been a bit of a scarey time.

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Martinelv said:
Dreamer - hell, it must have been exciting to be have been around to witness the invention of the wheel. Also, tell me, how did you feel about Genghis Khan's invasion of Europe? Must have been a bit of a scarey time.

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That's some humourous stuff. :lol:

I'm a whopping 32. But i've always subscribed to the notion that i'm only as old as i feel. In which case i'm 76. :cry:
 

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Haha.....Martin and Sebastian...you two crack me up. If your only as old as you feel, then I was probably about 50 when I was six. I have, however, grown more immature in my college years, so although I just turned 24, I feel a bit like 35.

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32, but I feel 80, and my goodness, with all these children around, we certainly shouldn't be discussing optimal membrum size.
 

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Martin you are a goddamned devil man, and yet you make me laugh, endlessly. ERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.

Oh...... go sleep in a wheely bin with a one-eyed squid wearing a colostomy bag.

See I can't be funny! Not on paper... or on keyboard, or...........

NEVER MIND! :roll:
SHUT UP DREAMER.
 
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