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I’ve never been a “cool” kid. I’ve often hailed from nerdier crowds. I think the concept of “cool” transforms and becomes less important as you get older, but it’s still present no matter how old you are.
How does this idea of “cool” change?
In preschool, you were probably considered “cool” if you were the master of finger-painting.
In middle school, it was based on what you brought to lunch.
In high school, it was more based on your level of attractiveness and how much money your parents had.
In college, it has something to do with the amount of partying you do.
When you’re older and married, it’s about the car you drive and how many places you’ve seen. Maybe it’s even the amount of jewelry your husband buys you, or the different kinds of kinky things your wife does in bed. I really don’t know.
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