Quotes about -age
Youth has no age.
Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.
Truffaut: To me, childhood is a painful age, when mistakes are forbidden, when every error becomes a calamity.
I don't have time to think about age. There are so many things to do.
In jungle, only the lion dies of old age. The other animals are dying eaten by lion.
Mr. Smith: Here's a thing I don't understand. In the newspaper they always give the age of deceased persons but never the age of the newly born. That doesn't make sense.
From the age of about five to twelve I was very bad, a hideous little terror who beat people up. I was a member of the Rough Gang - we went around and terrorized all the pupils in school.
Middle age is when your age starts to show around the middle.
I take getting older seriously. I'm 58, which I never imagined I'd reach - I thought I'd die young. I look in the mirror and see my dad - 'I thought you were dead,' I say - and that's nice. This has been my favourite decade. I've had more fun at this age than any other. For the first time, I can taste my life, and it tastes sweet. I like to think the next decade will be even sweeter.
Tenderness comes with age, bitterness, as well - age reveals everything in the obscure room of the time.
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