Growing Up

growing up means giving up

“Growing up means giving up.”
I saw this quote on DefGrip’s preview of the new issue of Dig BMX magazine.

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  • http://alreadybrilliant.com Lauren Lionheart

    I think that just perfectly summarized why I never call myself a “grown up”. We need a new word for “no longer a child & still stoked on life”

    Really dig the color contrast, too. :)

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