im honestly thinking somewhere in the 30's
im already doing extra time
You guys actin' like your bodies will eventually rot after 70, but I know people who're in their 90s, still pursueing goals and keeping themselves fit, able to run marathons. It's all about how about you treat yourself (and part of it geneaology ofc). Now I can understand that your horizon doesn't go that far if your frail and nausiated if you spent your 20s snacking opiods all day, but I dont think one should set an age limit for dying.
I can understand the arguments of self-sustainability and autonomous livinh tho in this thread, but there isnt a specific age for that, you could have an accident tomorrow and not be able to look after yourself anymore.
When my time runs out
Considering that colonel sanders didn’t franchise kfc until his 60’s, I think there isn’t a specific age imo. You should die after you think you’re happy with what you’ve accomplished and if you’re happy with the people in your life
i hope i live a long and fulfilling life
nah actually 40
die young and save yourself
Imagine living past 30
3 years ago
As long as possible provided you’re sound of mine and relatively healthy
Let’s get this shmoney
Once the Alzheimers and Dementia sets in
My grandparents still kickin in their late 70s. Like travelin driving etc. so maybe late 80s
I will never be old or die, f*** that
^too old. you might have children and believe you have something to live for. gross!
125. I'ma make the Guinness world record.
Edit: TF, I meant to write 125 but it shows up as 25
75 would be nice. You p much lived your whole life, experienced your children's lives into stable adulthood, probably spent time with some grandchildren, and you never became old enough to be a complete burden and waste of space.
waste of space 😭😭😭
I feel like anything after 70 you just going out sad, time to hang it up