(11-10-2012 02:09 PM)Atothetheist Wrote:
(11-10-2012 01:32 PM)Logica Humano Wrote: Again, it is generally accepted that at the age of eighteen, legally or not, you are expected to exhibit a caliber of responsibility beyond that of a child.
I agree. Does this mean that eighteen year olds aren't teenagers? Of course not. This section is not about what constitutes adulthood, but merely the age in which the word Teen is ascribed to after the number... If you catch my drift NeMo. As soon as people turn twenty, no matter how their emotional state is, they are not teenagers.
Take that up with U.S society. At the age of 18, people are entrusted with the responsibility of choosing future world leaders and government officials, their ability to live on their own without the support of their parents, they can, on their own terms and by their own will, fight and kill for their country. At the age of eighteen, you are hardly of the same expectation as a 15 year old.