Is age just a number?

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  • Intelligence_06
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    I want to see what everyone thinks of it.
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    If you consider a measurement a number, yes.
  • Discipulus_Didicit
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    I am 304


































    months old
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    OK, I intend an open debating topic upon this subject, but it seems like everyone is agreeing with me so far.
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    no tits not and its a sick excuse for pedos
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    When is an age not measured in numbers? I will clap my nose off my face if you say you are Phoenix years old.
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    no tits
    heh.
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    Sixty is a word......Which represents a standard measurement of duration relative to an event.
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    How long is sixty?
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    It is 60 years long
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    It could be sixty days, he didn't say...
  • Crocodile
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    age is just a number.
    it's not just a number as it symbolizes other stuff as well.

    but it is a number
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    lol
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    what?
  • Intelligence_06
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    what
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    Sixty is a narrative that represents something.  In this case my age, an event relative to a standard measurement of duration.
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    an event relative to a standard measurement of duration.
    What standard? You don't seem like you are only 60 months old...
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    Clever....But you know how old sixty is, and also that 60 months is generally regarded as five.


  • Discipulus_Didicit
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    --> @Intelligence_06 @zedvictor4
    If 60 months and 60 years are two different ages then age must be more than just a number, as those are two different ages with the same number.

    The riddle in the OP is therefore solved. The answer is no.
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    Most definitely. 
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    Your age is your age, there is no I'm not really this age. 
  • Intelligence_06
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    There are people with diseases that makes you age faster or slower. There are people with natural gray hair at 21 and there are people who look like children at 34. You could really be 10 at 34 year of age. Physical and legal ages are different, and someone with 10 years of development at 34 years in legal age should not be permitted to drive, drink, have sex, etc despite normal people at that age should be.
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    Irrelevant, you are as old as you are. Disease and looks have nothing to do with it. It's a very simple concept> date of birth+ seconds, hours, weeks  months and years  you have been alive since that date of birth is your age. Anything else is argument for the sake of argument