Probably because when you are young you didnt have so many responsibilities (like deadlines on bills or reports at work) .. .also maybe cause you didnt know how to tell time
When you're young, if you're not having fun, you're bored. When you are an adult, you have too much to do and can't remember the last time you were bored.
some people come from difficult baskgrounds which makes life drag slowly. But to be honest my life was a such a mess that i dont remember very much about my past. im not saying i had all bad times ... but the bad times out weighed the good and left me with no memories. a day can seem like a long time for a child purely because they dont have an understanding of time. now i sound like im waffling again haha. x
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