Are you not ashamed playing toys even if you're already grown-up now?

aecel

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Some people think that big boys and girls shouldn't play toys anymore because they would think that it's an immature thing to do. But for me, it doesn't matter if grown-up people are still playing toys. As long as they know what they're doing and they know it's for fun only and not being childish and so whatever. Having toys are not only for kids but also for adults it can bring happiness to a person and it's also a stress reliever just to lighten up the mood. So, I'm not ashamed of playing toys even if I'm an old lady now, in fact, I'm proud of it.

Are you not ashamed playing toys even if you're already grown-up now?
 

jyy

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As I was saying, a lot of hobbies have taken the place of toys and there is no shame in them. However, though, actually playing with toy houses, action figures etc. is normally unappealing to an adult and I think it's natural. Why do you think that's so? Does anyone think it's the conditioning of society?
 
Some people think that big boys and girls shouldn't play toys anymore because they would think that it's an immature thing to do. But for me, it doesn't matter if grown-up people are still playing toys. As long as they know what they're doing and they know it's for fun only and not being childish and so whatever. Having toys are not only for kids but also for adults it can bring happiness to a person and it's also a stress reliever just to lighten up the mood. So, I'm not ashamed of playing toys even if I'm an old lady now, in fact, I'm proud of it.

Are you not ashamed playing toys even if you're already grown-up now?
Same here... playing is engaging in activity for enjoyment and recreation and a toy for me is a matter of object of interest and happiness.
Age never defines a line for anyone to be child. What matters is everyone deserves to be happy in any way or form. Because no matter how old we are, there's always a child within us.
 
Age is just an illusion made by mankind, I think. There is no such thing as age. It is only made to put standards, identify people. We can all play even if we are grown ups. It does not matter. We are all child at heart. Moreover, we were not born to please everyone, so why be bothered by what other people's going to think about you?
As long as we are happy with what we are doing, then go for it. We only live once so enjoy everything to the fullest. I am in my 20's and I still play toys, not in a way of course the kids play where you spend most of the time playing with other kids but I play as a part of my hobby.
Car models collecting and letting them run makes my heart at ease because I feel like a child who has no worries. It is a great stress reliever. Everyone should try being a child even for a moment.
 

aecel

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As I was saying, a lot of hobbies have taken the place of toys and there is no shame in them. However, though, actually playing with toy houses, action figures etc. is normally unappealing to an adult and I think it's natural. Why do you think that's so? Does anyone think it's the conditioning of society?
I think some people may find it weird when they see grown-up people still playing with toys. Because we all know that toys are usually play when we were kids. But not all people make a judgment on this it actually depends on kind of toys you're having, if it's a collection or for display, it's pretty normal to have seen it but if you're still playing with it like a child I think they're going think that you're an immature person because you still play toys that you used to play when you're a kid so not all could appreciate your behavior towards toys.
 
No. Not at all. I am not ashamed to play my toys even if I'm already old because I usually play with my kids and that seems to be a normal thing. Who cares, if we enjoy doing it and we are not causing them any harm then there is nothing wrong. Playing is just like any sort of releasing stress.
 
As for me, it's not really a shameful act to play with toys although you are old enough. Usually in the case of adults, they only do it for collections. Knowing the feeling of being able to collect those artistic figures can be extremely satisfying. I find it as an act of sweet appreciation of an art.