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    • i didnt fuck my cat. i didnt cum on my cat. i didnt put my dick anywhere near my cat. Ive never done anything weird with my cats. I promised myself i wasnt going to make apology videos after last years thing so im just trying to be as short and honest with this as possible.
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    • Lol being old
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    • I eat right and work out. If you’re that weak at age 30, you’re doing it wrong.
      Inyafreek 28 mar
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    • If you have a hard time getting out of a couch when you are 30 you need to go to the gym.
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    • If you're tired at 30 you're probably not eating right, sleeping right, or exercising.
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    • If you hurt that much at 30 without working a hard labor job or having served in the military you just didnt take care of yourself
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    • When I was young I thought thirty was super old. I still think that and I'm 33.
      naughk 31 mar
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    • The same way how most people in the military retire at 40-50 because that much physically demanding activity day in and day out for 20-30 years takes a massive toll on the human body
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    • Me at 18: wheres the nearest retirement home?
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    • They retire because they have enough money to
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    • I instinctively grunt every time I get up and I’m 18
      elcactus 2 apr
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    • You don’t realize that when youre a kid growing up, youre also watching your parents grow up. That thought scares me
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    • Except they take large amounts of impact on their body and u have an office job
      Mossberg 28 mar
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    • Weak ass body always aging and shit
      _Sora__ 28 mar
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    • Laughs in Tom Brady
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    • 25 you start to die
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    • You being lazy and unproductive is not the same as a 30yo athlete
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    • It all depends on the sport/positions. Gigi Buffon is a wonderful goalkeeper at 39 or 40 since keepers don’t have to move too much. Francesco Totti played well at 40 too, it just depends on how much strain your body can take
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    • There plenty of athletes in their 30s nowadays, with better supplements and injury management alot of athletes arent slowing down till their 40s
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    • If you're like that getting up from a couch in your 30s, you're a fat or disabled fuck
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    • Or maybe it's because they have been doing the most physical activities almost every day for 20 years
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    • Go to the gym you sad fucks
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    • I was in contact sports (wresting&football) at a young age until I started having convulsions in highschool. My point being not fucking worth it, I didnt take care of my body now I'm only 20 and paying for it. TAKE CARE OF YOUR BODY
      Ak_stoner 29 mar
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    • Not if you’re I C H I R O
      B8Tard 29 mar
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    • I just turned 19 today and like I’m ready to retire
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    • I have been doing MMA training since i was 18 i am now 24 and i need knee surgery lol
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    • Technically speaking, without any form of modern society, humans only live to their 30's and rarely 40's
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    • People stay in the Marines for a while. Ur just lazy
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    • Lol one retires because they’ve pushed their bodies to the physical limits for years on end, and the other has body pains due to poor diet and lack of exercise
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    • Gronkowski just retired and he’s 29
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    • No they retire because of the injuries they have while doing sports. Sure maybe sometimes they are lazy but often times in many sports you can get concusions quite easily. Saying they all retire early cause they are lazy is bs.
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    • Let's be honest. Athletes don't really work for a living. They play a game for a few years and then get to live like kings forever. Unless they are total dumbasses, of course.
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    • maybe if you ate better and exercised, you wouldn't be falling apart so early. 30 is the new 80 to these dickheads
      BlueJelly 28 mar
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    • The real reason they retire is just injuries over time or completely fucking their joints with their intense training
      Eeree 28 mar
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    • Top comment is a quote from Shane Dawson
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    • Athletes retire young’s because they punish their bodies so much in their 20s. Especially football players. Most football players have the joints of a 60 y/o and mild to moderate brain damage by the time they hit 35
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    • Isn’t lebron james almost 40 now?
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    • Tf you mean basketball players don’t retire that fucking young who tf stays in the league for 9-10 years if you’ve played that long stay until like 40 like the other nba players have
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    • They retire in their thirties because sports are straining in the body. You’re just a lazy bastard
      SoupDude 31 mar
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    • I think anyone who could retire at 30 would if they could
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    • In ultra running it’s not uncommon for pros to start after their 30s
      Tempelton 29 mar
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    • If you’re struggling like that in your 30’s it’s because of two things, you either have a sickness/disease or you don’t take care of yourself.
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    • I read atheist lmao
      Meroune 29 mar
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    • *doesn't take care of body for entire life* "ouch oof my bones. Getting old amiright" *shoves another mcdouble into mouth*
      paimt 29 mar
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    • Gordie Howe retired from the NHL at 52
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    • I got confused because I originally read 'why do atheists retire at age 30'
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    • Cuz ya know taking care of yourself is so hard
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    • *Bartolo Colon has entered the chat*
      connerbv 29 mar
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    • At least if your in your 30s and a women your sex drive is at full potential
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    • Because they have enough money to last 40+ years without having to work another day in their life
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    • Uhh they are also loaded so they don’t really have to keep at it
      Yabai12 28 mar
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    • Doing athletics every day for decades accelerates the pain by 10
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    • That’s not true
      tnation9 28 mar
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    • When I was a kid, I thought 25 was too old!! Who tf thinks 30 is young when they’re a kid???
      kjds 28 mar
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    • I dont understand this. I'm basically the same for 8 years now... however I do get hangovers now so RIP that
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    • You thought 30 was young as a kid? When I was a kid, I thought 30 was like, super old.....
      munoz3686 28 mar
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    • That’s why Cormier is amazing
      Frewt 28 mar
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    • 30 years is the zenith of an athlete's career. It's only downhill from there.
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    • Gronk is only 29. Tf
      Kirbro877 28 mar
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    • Some retire at 40, like hockey players
      FawnCena 28 mar
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    • at 30 ? 2 things you must not eat healthy whatsoever and you must not exercise at all that’s on you if you feel like that it only gets worse
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    • Im in my mid 20s and if I can’t do the shit I used to do, something has to change
      OE800 28 mar
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    • Lol what if this hits in your 20’s?
      3ccc 28 mar
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    • if I was on 100k+ contracts I would retire at 30 as well.
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    • That's not why. Athletes push their bodies to an extreme and because of this they lack the longevity that someone who regularly works out and eats well has. They can't perform in the sport as well anymore and their body breaks down.
      Gevil 28 mar
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    • Getting off the couch when tired should be an Olympic sport
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    • Various athletes tend to retire early to avoid potential serious injuries that can stick with them the rest of their lives. From a young age, you can recover from those same injuries easily & quite quickly; often without permanent problems
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    • No you’re just a lazy piece of shit. I’m 27 and still can run 12-15 miles every Saturday.
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    • You should have eaten better,and taken care of yourself.
      Diefunny 28 mar
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    • Rip gronk
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    • Me at 22 when I get up from the couch and every joint in my body pops
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    • I’m in my thirties out running people in there twenties for fun...
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    • If i get tc ill post my 2 inch dick
      smalldik 28 mar
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    • Same reason you should probably have kids before you 30 if your going to. Only if you’ve found the right person obviously
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    • PHOBIAMAN 28 mar
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    • Ima bout to go into shock see ya on the other side
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    • Minecraft never died.
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    • They’re also rich as fuck
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    • Tom Brady, the GOAT! 🐐
      macca22 30 mar
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    • That’s because you sit in a office all day. I still feel like I’m 20
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    • Just go on a diet and you will feel so much better. I cut out red meat, fried food, soda, beer. And I have already lost 15 pounds. I am actually closer to my weight of 180. Once I start running again can really do some damage.
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    • If you're in that much pain, work on making the muscle stronger. Stops the pain from coming as often
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    • Being in my 30s I now understand why this was the life expectancy for a long time before the invention of modern medicine and civilized society.
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    • I know the feeling, I’m comin on 30 now and I used to drink a bottle or two of jack a week in the army at 20-21, now I get smashed one night and it takes a week to feel back to normal fml lol
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    • Didn't we all think 30 was old back then? Shit I don't consider someone old till they are in their 50s now.
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    • What the hell kinda kid thinks thirty is young? I thought my mom was old as fuck when I found out she was thirty.
      Unilady99 28 mar
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    • In her 30s or not, she can catch this cock
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    • Because muscles start to decay at around age 30 and their risk of injury quadruples
      Velox 28 mar
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    • 30's I am 25 and retired.
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    • Yet the youngest astronaut on the moon was 36
      EatLeg 28 mar
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