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How do people feel when they are 13 years old?

(I am asking this question because some people think that 13 is an unlucky number.)

The people I know never think about 13 being an unlucky number when they were that age. They are too busy growing up, having fun, and going to school. In fact, I think many kids celebrate being 13 because they are at last real teenagers!


Well some people think that 13 is lucky number

Have you thought of that?

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