#1: Hannah Johns (Nini721) on Jun 26, 2011
I was wondering - are there any people on here under the age of 20? It seems like all the people I've met are retirees - definitely not a bad thing, because you all have been way nicer in your comments than some other people I've met have been! This generation (oops MY generation) seems to have lost those lovely little things called the common courtesies! Shame...#2: Teresa K (fasstar) on Jun 27, 2011
It will be interesting to see how many comments you get from other youth. I'm the next to oldest here (compared to those who have confessed their age). I doubt there are many young people who take the time to read the forum, much less post comments. I would love to hear from them too.#3: Aldege Cholette (aldege) on Aug 24, 2011
I think there have been lots of young people who discover webpbn but who quickly move on to other electronic activities that catch their attention. Webpbn runs a little slow sometimes and takes a certain amount of patience that comes with maturity. It also takes a bit of seasoned strength to brush off the sometimes harsh comments.
I think you and your siblings are delightful and refreshing and I hope you hang out with us for a long time. :-)
Ditto about you and your family Hannah,i would love to see your parents make more puzzles and your whole family for that matter.I think your family is cool.My step daughter T(tessa) is 12 and she's done some puzzles as have my boys J-D(8),and A-J(6).They love doing them but i don't let them on that much because their feelings get hurt if they get a bad comment.My wife Niki has done some wonderful puzzles,but she doesn't think she's good at it,so she mainly solves.She's the one who got me started on this.I think webpbn is a wonderful site the whole family can enjoy.#4: Skippy Miller (gmillvmill) on Jun 14, 2012
I began doing these puzzles when I was 18. I loved them! I now am 21, and still love them! 8^)
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