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Well, there's a difference between knowing your age, and finding it important.
Is there any real difference between being 31, 32, or 33? Not really. But I still know which one I am.
I don't remember when I started forgetting.
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It is surprisingly easy to do once you stop giving a fuck.
I'm 24, but sometimes I have to remind myself that I'm not 23 and that 2011 was 2 years ago, not 1. It'll probably be easier when I turn 25 in a few weeks.
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Before you ask, yes, I am a girl.
I'm 42. I still get carded when I buy alcohol. I have never forgotten my own age.
When I was 24, I thought I was 23 almost all year and at 25 I forgot my age every time I was asked. Wifey had to correct me a lot.
I really don't see how anyone in their twenties forgets their age. I am 26, and while I act like I am 20 a lot of the time, I have never forgotten my age. Every year in your twenties still seems big as your are still in your prime (21 I could drink, 23 was the post college age, 25 I was halfway through twenties, 26 I am closer to 30). Once I hit 30, I could see the years starting to run together because it is really the start of your decline out of your youth.
26. Woke up and thought I was 23, and then realized that wasn't the case.
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0. Couldn't even sit up, let alone fathom the concept of time.
I actually stumbled and had to think about it at 24. Was at a party and someone asked. I hesitated for a second and then responded, and they asked why I had to think about it. I didn't have an answer.
I knew the answer to this once, but I've since forgotten
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I think the first time was when I was 24, but that was a one-time thing -- I generally kept track of my age until 26 (25 is a big birthday because it's a quarter century, halfway through your 20s, etc., 26 is easy to remember because you're no longer 25). Once you hit 27, the years start to blend together.
Now, I have to remember what year it is (a challenge in and of itself), then calculate how many years it's been since I was born, and then adjust based on whether or not my birthday has occurred. Fortunately, I still remember my birth date without any trouble, so I can do this math.
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