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Do you ever forget your age?
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25 / M / Earth
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Posted 3/13/14
Sure. I guess so. I mean it's not like most of us are in a position to need to fire away with a "I'm X years old" so it's not always at the tip of our tongue or the forefront of our minds. Lucky for me, I just need to quickly calculate 10 + CurrentYear to "remember" how old I am.

Remembering CurrentYear, though, is a different story. In the end, whenever I need to recall my age I always consult my watch first.
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21 / F / Balmer, Murlin
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My age is a kind of important number right now, with regards to societal and legal implications.

I'm sure I'll cease to care once I hit mid-twenties.

Slightly off-topic, but my great-grandmother was one of those people who lied about her age so often, she had convinced herself that she was thirty years younger than she actually was. She'd always tell people she was in her sixties, when her own children were in their sixties.

To this day, no one knows how old she actually is.
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28 / F / Utica, NY
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Some times, i'l be thinking to myself... am i 24 or 25.... Oh yeah.... 25 lol
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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I had my moments.
Posted 3/13/14
Brain: age denied.

I remember mine every second because I tie my goals to age.
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Many times I've asked my friend or mom "umm....how old am I again?".
My memory is that bad. Though since my Bday is in 4 days I do remember I'm gonna be 17, therefore I'm 16. Expectations of presents come in handy, since it makes me remember my Bday ^^.

And well, if anyone here forgets their age like me, that's where your profile comes in handy. ^w^
Posted 3/13/14
Being born on Friday the 13th its kind of hard to forget my age
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29 / M / NY
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ALWAYS! I literally need to stop and tell myself," okay so it's 2014 and I was born in 1987..." getting old sucks lol.
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48 / M / Reston, Virginia
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Does it count if I want to forget my age? There has been a few times where I had to catch myself and almost got my age wrong, but a quick bit if math in my head fixes it before I say anything. As you get older, what your age is gets less important.
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24 / cheesecakes
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Posted 3/13/14
Only when I'm nervous or when I just had my birthday
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29 / M / Illinois
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Nope. Always have to do math. My age doesn't really matter to me.
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25 / M / Seattle, WA, USA
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Every once in awhile just for a second.
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It happens.

When I was in my HS senior year, I accidentally put down my age as 15 not 17 for one assignment.

Recently there are times that I forget that I'm an adult. Looking young for my age doesn't help.
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Posted 3/13/14
All the time, since I was 12 I think...or was it ten? Nine?
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Honestly, I sometimes have to think about whether or not to say what my age is based on the year, or based on the whether or not my birthday for the year has passed yet. That makes me confused and blurt out something entirely different. lol
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