Are you implying that I've mellowed out, AD?

mellow (RELAXED) Show phonetics
relaxed and pleasant or not severe:
a mellow mood/atmosphere
After a few drinks, he became very mellow.

mellow Show phonetics
She used to be very impatient, but she's mellowed over time.
The years have mellowed her.
US INFORMAL Oh don't be so tough on yourself, Bill - mellow out (= become more relaxed and less severe).

(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)

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