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I'm 37. Was looking up my time from a race I just ran and remarked to my wife, it says I'm 37, did you fill the entry form out wrong. She laughed at me, said your 37, dumbass.
So mine was 37.
Uh I've been telling people I'm 37 for months now and my wife corrected me. So apparently the answer is 36.
Couldn't count when I was born.
Three. Even when I had an answer--which wasn't often--I'd frequently hold up the wrong number of fingers.
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. - Groucho Marx
Your 37 what?
How old did you think you were?
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I couldn't remember how old I was the other day when someone asked. Knew it was 25, 26, or 27. Had to think about it and do math
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
I'm 41 now but when I was 39 I would think was 40 for whatever reason. I stopped caring around 28 though...
Exact same thing with me. I'm surprised how it all starts to blend together already.
yeah, 30s for me too. now i always forget. on purpose. ya know?
After 25 they all sort of started blending together for me. I'm 28, but I can never remember if I'm 27, 28, or 29. There will be a bit of balance after I cross into the 30's, but I imagine it will all go to hell after 35.
Well, I was................................. wait, I forgot the question.
In a row?
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+1 for a well-placed movie reference.
This post was edited by CuyahogaSpartan 16 months ago
A friend mine who is 7 days younger than me had to talk about how old we are a few years back. I guess that means I stopped paying attention in me early thirties.
This country was built by people who worked hard then went home and had just a few too many every night. Then went back to work.
The other day I was talking to my sister and I mentioned that I was turning 33 this year and she told me that I was already 33. So I guess it was at age 33.
26 for me as well.
28. Truly forgot for a split second
---"It's not over and it will never be over here."---
at 24, I realized I was 24 and not 21. when 25 hit, I went through a sort of "mid-life" crisis. I realized I was never going back to the good life of a college kid, or kid in general.
Who the fuck forgets their age? Is that a thing? Seriously, how the fuck do you forget how old your are?
It's not really information I use all that often, therefore I have to do the math from time to time to be sure. I think it started at 19, but at 25 now I have a much easier time remembering. Must be a nice round number or something.
Because it doesn't come up anymore and the age doesn't matter after a certain point. I mean who gives a shit how old they are? I don't even give a fuck about my birthday anymore. Haven't for years.
When people have been alive long enough to not have mothers milk still drying on their lips the years don't matter anymore. Its all about "Today". Thats probably the best way I could explain it from my perspective. If your age is important to you then great. I just fail to see the importance of knowing past a certain point. I'm over 21. Thats about all that matters.
"The only thing That Team Up North will be tasting this year is the salty tears of defeat" - UFM
how old are you?
How often does it come up in your day to day life?
I'm 26 and until a few days ago I don't think anyone had asked me my age in about 5 years.
2 decades and 288 days.
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