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If the term "In my time" refers to the person's youth then I no longer live in my time since I am 40 years old, right?
- 1 month ago
Technically, yes. But "in my time" refers to anytime in your life prior to the current, usually to a time you can't recall specifically of the top of your head. It's a very loose term.
- CommenterLv 51 month ago
I think it refers to the age of the person the person is talking to. So, the older person might say to a younger person, "In my time...", meaning "When I was YOUR age...".
That is how I see it because I am older, but when I was young, my parents would say that, meaning when they were my age at the time.