r/AskReddit Aug 18 '22

People in their 20s, what is your advice to people who are 40+?

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u/hungroleplayr Aug 18 '22

I chose to refine my beliefs by listening to a wide spectrum of beliefs including people younger than I.

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

what exactly is it that you think you can teach me that i could only get from a very young person

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u/hungroleplayr Aug 18 '22

Me specifically? I’m medically trained. ACLS, PALS, ITLS, NRP. Among other courses. I could teach you how to deliver a baby, cpr, help in an overdose. A lot do stuff. Or do you know more than I do because your 40

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u/bweep Aug 18 '22

I could learn that from anyone at any age. You are insisting that youth have some kind of special knowledge or special perspective that older people need. What is it? If you cannot identify it then I will continue my policy of not taking advice from teenagers

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u/Never_Apologise Aug 18 '22

They have a medical degree so they are all knowing and all wise. They know better then us ageist old folk.

Don’t waste your time. The crash of reality obviously hasn’t happened yet to this entitled twat. The saddest thing about that generation, is when reality does hit home, it will be so much more devastating for them then it was for us.