You be the judge. I'm only 32 years old. How old do you think I look.
I think I do ....but I've noticed In the past year I don't get carded anymore when buying alcohol or going to a bar and that tics me off 😡Even though I'm way over 19. I still think I should get carded anyway cos I liked it... Cos I said so.
I think I do, judging by the fact that last year I was staying at a hotel and was asked if I wanted a children's menu upon entering the restaurant (I was 18 at the time, definitely not a child!)
I don't know. No one has commented on it one way or the other.
I surely do. Here's a picture of me taken just last week. You'd never guess i was nearly 80.
I have been asked if my oldest daughter was my sister...... Don't worry, it wasn't a flirt. It was more because she is only 17 years younger than I am!!! LOL! Then I have been mistaken for being a grandmother because I am walking with my oldest and my youngest (who is two)..... I guess I have been accused of BOTH, being younger and older! LOLOLOL!
Most people think I'm younger than I am, when they ask how long I've been a nurse and I tell them, they don't believe me!
Some people say I do, yes. I'm almost 21 and I can pass for a high schooler. I've been asked if I'm underage at parties before -_-
Personally I think that I look appropriate for my age and it's the people who are younger than I am who look old haha!
But in all seriousness, I've been told that I look young by multiple people all of my life. Unfortunately, I've had some pretty bad experience with this too. When I was a college freshman, I went to pick up my 12 year old sister from her middle school. The teachers there scolded me, thinking that I was one of their students who wasn't where she was supposed to be. I've also been denied service or wasn't taken seriously in stores and restaurants because of how old (well I guess young) I looked. And then a few weeks ago I was in the gym and one of their staff asked if my parents were with me because people "my age" were supposedly not allowed to be in the gym by themselves.
I recently looked through some old photos and my sister kept pointing out how I haven't changed at all (face, height, weight, etc.) since I was 14. Hopefully this means I'll still look young when I'm in my 40s! In the meantime, I can save money by ordering things off the kids' menu.
I used to look older, but now that I'm 15, everyone else has caught up with me, and I look my age. I'm just tall, but the majority of girls have stopped growing, or aren't going to get much taller.
Megan! From what people normally say, I do look about five years younger than
my actual age. It’s probably because of my skin, it’s still pretty good for a
30-year-old and I also do not have a lot of facial hair. One’s behaviour can
also make him/her seem or look older!
I am told that frequently enough to assume I must.
(I guess it comes from living a life in harmony with the universe---lol)