Growing up, Ernest Hemingway was a hero of mine. While I’ve moved on, I believe he’s a necessary ex to have – even if I regret loving him so.
Returning to the club scene which previously defined me, I’m confronted with the realisation that my “not too long ago” was a very long ago indeed. Has it evolved? Or have I simply moved on?
Growing is often a series of events you’re suddenly ‘too old for’. Can I still enjoy the Ramones? Does punk rock have an age limit?
As it turns out, according to science, the most anti-social of us are in fact the most ready for adulthood. Take that, outside people.
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Millennial recollections of childhood are dominated by ’90s pop bangaz, “stranger danger” and those gaudy pre-Internet days we spent in innocence, before we were bludgeoned by the graphic 24-hour news cycle. But was life really better back then?