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Discussion question of the week:
Missing You

When someone important to you is absent from your life--be it life partner, family member, best friend, or what have you--how do you handle it? And what do you do to celebrate when they return to you?


NOTES FROM OTHERS:

Synesthesia6/11/1021:00
This is just so romantic.
Hiho/Anna6/12/104:15
Awww! <3
It's so nice to see these guys finally getting to be happy for a while. : D
Bill5/7/219:30
Yuck. Old people kissing.

When my best friend was gone, I played a lot of video games. When my best friend came back, we played video games.

swankivy
"Yuck. Old people kissing."

I don't think old people kissing is any grosser than anyone else kissing, but it's especially weird to hear that you think people in their twenties are "old people."

Bill
Considering this was the 80s I guess they look the part. When I was a kid I used to think once you're in your 20s you'll look like the parents from Rugrats, and a new Grandparent will always look like Lou Pickles and Abraham Simpson. Our generation appears to be aging at a slower pace than the boomers and the greatest generation. You can look into Einstein's theory of relativity and the increasing rate of change with the times to formulate some theories on how this is happening.
swankivy
Your weird perceptions about what adults look like because of how you saw them as a child aren't related to Einstein's theories. They're related to you having ultra-specific biases that you keep demonstrating, wherein you repeatedly center your own experiences and act baffled when anyone suggests they aren't consensus.

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