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People Of All Different Ages Give The Perfect Life Advice To Their Younger Selves

Stay weird.

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CBC Radio had people of all ages offer words of wisdom to their younger counterparts in this adorable, insightful video.

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"Dear 6-year-old, training wheels are for babies! Just let go already. Regards, a 7-year-old."

"Dear 7-year-old, no matter what anyone says, STAY WEIRD! Signed, an 8-year-old."

"Dear 8-year-old, find out your babysitter's weakness then use it against them. Signed, a 9-year-old."

"Dear 9-year-old, don't get involved with the 'popular kids.' They're narcissistic capitalists that know nothing about politics. Signed, a 12-year-old."

"Dear 12-year-old, ask her to dance. Just trust me on this one. Signed, a 16-year-old."

"Dear 16-year-old, don't let your mom throw away your Legos. Signed, an 18-year-old."

"Dear 18-year-old, go easy on the makeup. You're not as ugly as you think. Love, a 19-year-old."

Be careful at buffets. Love, a 20-year-old.

Watch out for married men. Sincerely, a 24-year-old.

Sometimes salad isn't the best option. Signed, a 28-year-old.

BACK UP YOUR SHIT, CHILD. Love, a 29-year-old.

Change is good. Signed, a 30-year-old.

To be an artist, you have to make art. Yours, a 32-year-old.

Family is the most important. Love, a 34-year-old.

"Dear 36-year-old, stop caring so much about what other people think. They're not thinking about you at all. Signed, a 47-year-old."

"Always tell the truth. Except when it comes to your online dating profile. Signed, a 51-year-old."

Don't be a crazy cat lady. Signed, a 53-year-old.

Try something new at every age! Adventurously yours, a 72-year-old.

"Spend all your money, otherwise your kids are going to do it for you. Sincerely, an 85-year-old."

Indulge your sweet tooth! Love, an 88-year-old.

Cultivate younger friends. Sincerely, 91-years-old.

But mostly, don't listen to other people's advice.

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"Signed, a 93-year-old. Just do your own thing, that's the way I see it."