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Comic #2381

1 Caption: 2009.
2 Young Adam: Jamie, check it out: old bald dudes.
2 Adam: Old bald dudes?!
3 Jamie: It's... our younger selves. We must have travelled forwards in time from... that embarrassing part of the early '80s I'd guess.
4 Young Jamie: Wait. You're us when we get older?
4 Young Adam: Oh man. Kill me now.

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What would your younger self say if they could see you now?*

This question is aimed mostly at those old enough for it to make some sort of sense, of course. I realise some of you are too young to realise just how much you'll change as the years go by. Come back and reread this 15 years from now.

* You all knew exactly what I meant, didn't you? See, there's no need to use a clumsy "he or she" or "s/he" or "zie" construction in that sentence.

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