At what age is life most boring?
And at what age do people starts getting more boring?
never unless you have not kept your self active, ongoing and exciting....
Can't pin it down to a specific age, but I would say the early childhood years because everything you do is dependent on someone else. A child has no power, or control. Once you are an adult you can take control and do what you like alleviating boredom by doing whatever you choose.
Your life is what you make it. It doesn't have to always be "exciting" at every moment though to be gratifying. Yet we have the chance to fulfill our dreams ANYTIME.
There is no particular age where life seems boring. It's whenever you believe there is nothing left to look forward to.
Life is always boring to some people and so exciting to some. It's not the age, but their mental make-up.
Weird question, but I Life is never boring. I guess it's really long, but its always filled with excitement and fulfillment. There's always the thrill in life and everyday seems different from others. You may not always remember each day but its always there in your mind. There is not a part in life that is boring.
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