Post # 1
No seriously, I was about to get my ID out of my wallet! I was at a new doctor’s office during lunch, filling out the paperwork, and… I spaced. I was like, “wait, I’m 27 right? Gotta be 27”. Now I know I have too much going on! Thank goodness for Thanksgiving. It means I can have a few mental health days lol, jeesh….
Please tell me this has happened to someone else! Lol
Post # 3
Lol I’ve been thinking I’m 22 all week, when in reality I’m 23. I actually had an ARGUMENT with myself while standing in front of a bookcase at work. So sad.
Post # 4
Sometimes I forget. I think once you’re past 21, it’s hard to keep track, haha.
Post # 5
It happens to me allllllll the time!
Post # 7
Oh thank goodness! I thought I was losin’ it 🙂
Miss Chapstick I think you’re right. After 21 there’s really no point in keeping track. Now, when I start to mail regarding retirement options, then I’ll go back to keeping track! Lol.
Post # 8
I do this all the time and can remember or figure it out pretty quickly. But I did this several months ago and I seriously had to sign on to my Myspace account to see how old I was, because I knew it would show up on my profile page!!!
Post # 9
My birthday was yesterday, so it always takes me a few months to get used to my new age 🙂
Post # 10
LOL!!! After 29… the years just blend together. I’ve been 30 for a few years now. LOL!!!
Post # 11
Luckily for me I was born in ’70 so all I have to do is remember the current year and I can figure it out pretty quickly 😉
Post # 12
I did that on Friday! I was talking to my friend and totally forgot how old I was, she had to correct me.
Post # 13
Yeah, once you’re past 21… it doesn’t really matter, until it’s time to run for president.
I go to buy alcohol or lottery tickets, or even those days when I’m walking during school hours and a policeman feels the need to stop me and ask why I’m not in school, I have to stop and think about it. Usually I reply with “uh… crap, over 18/21, here’s my ID.”
I’ve been asked “you’re over 18, right?” after buying a lottery ticket and holding it in my hand, and I’m never sure what to think of that. I mean, I’ve already got the ticket, I can tell you whatever you want to hear.
Post # 14
You aren’t the only one! I sometimes have to convince myself that I am a certain age. And my dad thought I was turning 21 on my last birthday but it was 22!
Post # 15
The best is, I still get carded for alcohol now and then and for lottery every once in a while. Usually when I’m makeupless and dressed like a slob. I want to jump over the counter and kiss the clerk open-mouthed.
Post # 16
I can’t say I’ve ever personally forgotten how old I am, but I can tell you my own father has!
I still remember being in the doctor’s office in high school with him, and he was filling out the registration paperwork. All of a sudden – I KID YOU NOT – he turns to me and says, “how old are you?”
I about fell out of my chair…