Discussion in 'Community' started by EHT, Feb 27, 2013.
Oh I'm totally with you there.
I am pretty consistently older than I think.
I have the opposite problem.
I've been having an issue remembering how old I am lately. Since I turned 22 I just stopped keeping track. I spent a couple of months thinking I was 25 until someone reminded me I was never 25 to begin with :/
1178 - 1160 = my age.
1 person 47-53 and 2 people 54 and older? I wonder if I'll still be coming here in the year 2035 (when I'm 54.) Probably.
Unless the Pizza Run Apocalypse commences by then.
You probably want to get last rites.
Lately I've been saying I'm 32, but I'm actually 31.
And Frieda, you know you'll always be 24 to me.
I plan to still be posting here in 2035...
Same here. Hopefully by then I'll have great-grandchildren and we'll spam together.
You don't need so see my identification age. You can go about your business. Move along.
Well, now we know for sure what age range likes answering polls about their age.
For all you don't post that's okay. We already know your age: You're as old as your tongue but a little older than your teeth.
I am just over 41 years old. That is one hard number for me. I still have a baby face but my hair betrays my age. I get giddy when carded for alcohol.
It is weird that I wish I were 6 months older so I didn't have to be in the same bracket as 19 year olds?
We must have been born pretty close to the same time.
And I could have written this; my grey hair is starting to get noticeable.
23. I've decided to keep pretty good track until I hit 25 and can rent a car. After that I intend to be 25 for a while.
I've been getting my age wrong for the last 6 months. Mostly because people expect me to answer fast rather than do math. As I don't celebrate birthdays, nor do I care what my age is.... it's easy to forget. I've been moving it up more than it should be, though, which is the weirder part.
I keep forgetting how old I am. Bad sign.
Oh thank goodness Kate posted. Now I don't feel so ancient.
i dislike the security question i usually get asked when calling up my bank, "what age will you be at your next birthday". i always have to pause and think.