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Thursday, 19 April 2012

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Still In Diapers At 61

New York, NY-- A new report presented to the United Nations claims that childhood isn't over until the sixty-first year. Adults seem to be growing up much slower than before. No one knows why but Global Warming is suspected.

Adults are still physically the same, the only difference is their mental and emotional development. These days, it's not unusual to see adults lying in cribs, sucking their thumbs and having crying fits. Many adults are still in diapers, even though they have gray hair and wrinkles.

Some of the world's biggest nations are now headed by their most immature citizens. Russians recently elected a very immature 52 year-old as their prime minister. The balding Vlad Putin was finally toilet-trained on the same day he was elected. Russians elected him because of his fresh face and his ability to stop crying after he's picked up.

Adulthood's decline seems to be accelerating. In the very near future, childhood will end only after senility, or not until after death from old age.

Mitt Romney plans to court the immature adult vote with his selection of a running mate. The Republican challenger has named a sixty-one year old as his choice for Vice President. The unnamed man should be able to take the oath of office next year, assuming he has learned to talk.

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