Aging

The older you get, the more slowly you age.

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2 thoughts on “Aging

  1. I don’t agree big guy! I think that you age faster…..or do you mean that each addiitonal year is a smaller and smaller % of your age? in that case, I agree 🙂

  2. Each additional year is a smaller percentage of your age, as you said. Therefore, relatively, you age more slowly with each passing year. But a year is still a year.

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