Rejuvenile by Christopher Noxon Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes and the Reinvention of the American Grown Up

Once upon a time, boys and girls grew up and set aside childish things. Or so the story goes. Nowadays, adults buy cars marketed to consumers half their age, dress in schoolyard fashions and play with their children in ways adults of previous generations would have found ridiculous. Most have busy lives and adult responsibilities. They are not stunted adolescents. They are something new: rejuveniles.

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