An exploration of what it means to be Married, Mormon, . . . and Gay
Personally, I don't think I am a young whippersnapper, but rather an awkward young person who thinks old folks are crazy. I guess to "old" people that makes me a whippersnapper though. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed the comics.
Let me just say that when birth years came up in my BYU D&C class, I felt OLD. To admit being born in the decade prior to EVERYONE else in the class (there was a guy from 1989) you realize just how much of a gap there is.
Age is relative. I don't feel old. So, therefore, I'm not old! I refuse to get old! You can't make me... I won't do it!
I came to the conclusion this week that I still consider myself to be about 17. I suppose in the broad scheme of things that's not much of a difference, but right now it seems like a pretty decent gap.Call me a whippersnapper all you like. =D
Sean's political rule number 7: Admit nothing; especially age. :)
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