Post # 46
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Mine said I was 2 inches shorter for YEARS. I had a growth spurt in college and since they always let me renew my license by mail I could never correct it, until I finally went in person to change my name after the wedding and was able to update everything else then.
The weight was accurate when I filled out the form in 2010, and I just checked it(!)–still accurate now. Although it was definitely NOT accurate for a few months there. 😉
Post # 47
My weight listed is the same from when I got my temps at age 15… haha. So it’s about 30 under. But hopefully by the wedding I’ll be quite a bit closer to that number!
Post # 48
Just exactly what are you trying to imply, officer?
Post # 49
Happily, PA does not put weights on their DLs. I don’t look my weight, so I could/would probably lowball the number by about 25 pounds and not be questioned, though. No shame 🙂
Post # 50
My DL says 180 and I really weigh 220-230…
I am waiting for the day they make you step on a scale. UGH.
Post # 52
Maybe it’s a number thing. Kind of like when we go wedding dress shopping and find out bridal dresses run 1-2 sizes above what you normally wear. I see gowns for sale in the classifieds and it says “Street suze 8, bridal dress size 12”. It can be very discouraging. Maybe I’ve kept mine the same in hopes I’ll lose the weight and actually weigh what my DL says.
It’s so awesome for the bee’s that actually weigh the same through out their “driving life”.
Post # 53
Mine is a difference of about 40lbs, considering it’s been about 7 years since I actually updated all of my info on my DL I guess that’s not too bad, but I’m definitely planning on losing some serious weight soon. I lied when I filled it out the first time too, because as my mother said, “everyone does it.” Haha, and this was back when I considered myself really skinny still.
Post # 54
Wow I had no idea weight, height, eye colour was put on a licence, we dont have any of that on Australian licences – just name, address, date of birth and whether you are an organ donar.
Post # 55
I’m going to guess 60lbs because that’s how much I’ve gained since I got my recent one two years ago. Damn pills…
Post # 56
Mine is 35 lbs under, loll!! Thats how much I weighed 10 yrs ago when I got my license! I also grew 2 inches!
Post # 57
MI (where i lived for six years, ending in september 2011) didn’t require weight i don’t think…NJ (my homestate) and MN (my current state) both ask you but don’t put it ON your license. anyway, i don’t remember any of the others, but when i filled out the paperwork for MN last september i’m pretty sure i put 175lb on there and felt a little guilty because i thought at the time that i might be closer to 180lb. the reality is that as of a week or two ago, i was actually 165lb, so i guess my license would say i’m 10lb heavier than i actually am. go figure, lol.
Post # 58
My DL is about 5lbs over what I am currently. I have lost a little bit of weight since then.
Although, I had to correct it that last time, because the DL before that had an error and said I weighed something ridiculous like 28kg. So when I went to change it when I was getting a new DL, the lady laughed her butt off and said, ” yeah right, maybe your left leg, if that!”. Um, yeah I get that there is no way on Gods green earth I am only 28kg, but give me a break. I wonder what the other clients thought. They probably thought I was trying to lie about my weight! haha
Post # 59
I just got a new license so now it’s accurate, unfortunately. it made me sad!
Post # 60
My license says I’m 10 lbs lighter.