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We Know Your Exact Age Based On Your Favourite Canadian Snacks
You're still a wee Canadian! Or, at least, you eat snacks like one. You're still figuring out what you want and what you enjoy, but you're excited to try new things and gain as much experience as you can.
You're coming to the end of your teens, which can be a scary moment of transition no matter where you're from. You're not quite ready to let go of the things you loved as a child, but you're also looking forward to what adulthood can bring. But instead of thinking of that as scary, try to think of it as exciting instead!
What a fun, young adult you are! You're still figuring out what all this grownup stuff is all about, but you know that now is the time to make mistakes so that you can learn and mature into the awesome adult you'll become over the next decade.
You're in your early twenties, and although you've definitely matured a lot (even in just the last few years), you know you have so much more to go. But you've begun taking steps to build your own life, and while you're still in the early stages, you're excited to find out what else you're capable of.
You're in your mid-twenties, and while you're definitely not old and wise yet, you've still discovered a lot about what you want out of life. You're well on your way to achieving it! Just keep going.
You're nearing the end of your twenties, which, in some ways, can be even scarier than exiting your teen years. Once you're in your thirties, people might expect you to be more serious and less fun. But the best part of adulthood is that you get to define for yourself what being an adult really means.
You're in your early thirties, and you realize it's true: Your thirties are when you stop giving a shit about what other people think of you. Who has the energy to conform to other people's demands anymore? The secret to happiness is being true to yourself, and while you always sort of knew that in your twenties, now is the first time you've really felt it be true.
You're well into your thirties now, and you carry yourself with the confidence of someone who has done some serious self-contemplation over the last several decades. You always thought your twenties were the time for self-discovery, but as you get older you realize that you never stop learning about yourself and being pleasantly surprised at all the bad-ass things you can do.
You're a Canadian nearing 40 — or, at least, you're an older Canadian in a young person's body. You've made many mistakes in your life, learned from them, and grown and matured into the awesome person you are now. You're done living up to anyone's expectations but your own, because you know what you want and aren't afraid to get it. (In fact, maybe you already have!)