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    58, look around 80, feel around 100.

    Due to COVID-19, Germany is running out of sausages and cheese.
    The government considers this to be the Wurst Käse scenario

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    Loa of Death Bwonsamdi the Dead's Avatar
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    21, look around 12-15. Have always been ID when buying scratch tickets, and going to a casino

    I was born a month early if that helps

    Another day, another Deal....

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    I am 38 and had to buy cigarettes for my uncle, cashier wanted to see my ID (you can buy them here with the age of 18). I don't know if this is good or not.

  4. #24
    hi i am 30 years old i look 20

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    43 but I look quite younger than my young sister. Maybe it has to do with my face or the weight loss I've done recently.

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    27, almost everyone guesses less than that. Not smoking or drinking helps I guess.

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    Only one person has estimated it correctly over all my adult years, everyone else has always been surprised I'm notably older than they thought.

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    I’m 22 and I definitely don't look my age. When I was a teenager I was very complex because of it. When I was in high school, my friends looked 18 at 16 and I looked 13-14 at 16. Of course, I looked like a child next to them. The boys paid attention to them, called them for a walk, and I was such a gray mouse. But now I'm not a teenager and it doesn't bother me much. I'm 23 and I look 19. And maybe that's not a bad thing, because I'll always look younger than I really am. When I'll be 40, it will help me a lot.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by schwarzkopf View Post
    58, look around 80, feel around 100.
    That doesnt sound to good

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    Sliding into my mid-40s looking a good ten years younger. Guys, don't be afraid to exfoliate and take care of yourself.

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    Looking your age is fine I guess.
    Much more scary are those 22 year old girls that look like 35 due to their abusive lifestyle.

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    I'm 26 and I keep getting told I look 18-20. I don't mind!

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    35 atm. Dunno how i look but for years i were lookin quite younger than actually i was. And i lost like 40kg in last few years.

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    I'm 47, but am often told I look like I'm in the mid to late 20s. (I tend to avoid the sun like the plague, so that helps a lot.)

    It's the most amusing when I have to go to a doctor's visit and there's a new PA checking me in. They often do a double-take when I confirm my date of birth, asking me to repeat it. Followed by something akin to "really? Wow." If I were a woman, I'd probably be flattered. But as a man, I'm a bit disappointed by it as we tend to get more distinguished as we age. The only thing I have going for me in that regard is the greying at my temples, but that just looks fake when your actual face looks relatively young.

  15. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken Drummer View Post
    older or younger than you're

    i am 27 but look around 19/20
    It varies greatly due to health issues and unusual size (2.05m); when i was 16 people thought i looked 35, when i was 25 they thought 18, now i am 29 and just recently someone commented i look 21 or so.

    Oddly enough people always comment that i look good when i feel the worst.
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    Yet also as humble as health and humor permit.

    Furthermore, I consider that Carthage Slam must be destroyed.

  16. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Dakhath View Post
    Sliding into my mid-40s looking a good ten years younger. Guys, don't be afraid to exfoliate and take care of yourself.
    I usually exfoliate parts that cant be shown to general public.

    Anyway.. I'm 44 and can still ride a bicicle for 6 hours straight. Im looking alright.

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Dakhath View Post
    Sliding into my mid-40s looking a good ten years younger. Guys, don't be afraid to exfoliate and take care of yourself.
    Good genes are what matter more than beauty products. By a huge margin.

    There's a reason stereotypes and memes exist of guys using "good for hair, face, scrot, degreasing engines, and scouring battleships" shampoo and having fabulous hair, while simultaneously pointing out hair products aimed at women require half a dozen different bottles, each specially tailored to one specific aspect. And it's not just because it's funny.

    My personal opinion (backed up by exactly zero data and only my personal experience) is that the more chemicals you throw at your body, the worse the end product is going to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Promethieus View Post
    I'm 26 and I keep getting told I look 18-20. I don't mind!
    That's usually not a good thing. Go hit the gym.
    Why am I back here, I don't even play these games anymore

    The problem with the internet is parallel to its greatest achievement: it has given the little man an outlet where he can be heard. Most of the time however, the little man is a little man because he is not worth hearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Something Wicked View Post
    Good genes are what matter more than beauty products. By a huge margin.

    There's a reason stereotypes and memes exist of guys using "good for hair, face, scrot, degreasing engines, and scouring battleships" shampoo and having fabulous hair, while simultaneously pointing out hair products aimed at women require half a dozen different bottles, each specially tailored to one specific aspect. And it's not just because it's funny.

    My personal opinion (backed up by exactly zero data and only my personal experience) is that the more chemicals you throw at your body, the worse the end product is going to be.
    Good genes do make a significant impact, but look at it like a professional athlete. The Athlete with natural talent that puts forth effort will be be better off than one who just has one of the two. A good moisturizer is nice as well, and while I get taking personal experiences into account, dermatologists seem to think it's the right way to go, so ill swing that way.

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    Im 34 and look like ~25.
    Still have to show my ID for beer once in a while xD
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