noun( pl. youths |yoōθs; yoōðz|)1 [in sing.] the period between childhood and adult age : he had been a keen sportsman in his youth.• the state or quality of being young, esp. as associated with vigor,freshness, or immaturity : she imagined her youth and beauty fading.• an early stage in the development of something : this publishing sector is no longer initsyouth.2 [treated as sing.or pl.] young people considered as a group : middle-class youthhave romanticized poverty| [asadj. ] youth culture.• ayoung man: he was attacked by a gang of youths.ORIGIN Old Englishgeoguth, of Germanicorigin; relatedtoDutchjeugd, German Jugend, also toyoung .
(i refuse to forgive the death of Freddie and Tony (series 1),the generally shit acting and the exaggerated storylines but i still watch it)
currently questioning the concept of 'youth'
whilst everyone's revelling in theirs,it feels like someone put mine on PAUSE ||