Ride The Pepper.
That's not a thing you ever grow out of, is it?
It is not
Or should I say, "It is." ? Now I'm confused:If "throwing rocks in the river" is the object of "that" in your sentence, then I should say "It is not," because I do not "grow out of" "that." But if "not a thing you ever grow out of" is the object, then I should say "It is."I should've paid attention in 6th grade when they talked about direct vs indirect objects.
"It is not," is correct.
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