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  1. Legally, yes. In terms of brains, most people under the age of 20 remain schoolchildren. And especially neglected cases can keep their narrow-mindedness all their lives.


  2. No! I'm 19 in a couple of days, but childhood still plays in the ass..

    Speaking seriously, I am sure that a person's growing up does not depend on their age.

    Sometimes you can meet a 30-year-old person and think: “Damn, what a child he is”, and also meet a 15-year-old boy who has a wider worldview and development than a 30-year-old uncle.

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