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Jun 03, 2002 18:01 # 3757

Orchid *** mindlessly drivels...

Being 21

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It absolutely makes no difference being 20 or 21 but I want to impress all american users: I can drink now in the US :-) And going to almost every club. (I'd so much like to be guest in the Viper Room once :-)
But apart from that: In 9 years I'll be 30! Argh! From now on life's going even faster!

Anyway... I'm afraid I'll still be asked if I'm already 18 whenever there's some "no kids allowed"-party around. :-(

"Sie wollen nichts anderes. Sie wollen kämpfen! Sie sind Soldaten! Fucking Wahnsinnige!" - Noel G.

Jun 04, 2002 08:46 # 3766

Ettena *** replies...

Re: Being 21

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I'm afraid I'll still be asked if I'm already 18 whenever there's some "no kids allowed"-party around.

Don't worry! They even ask me if I'm already 16 when I want to borrow a movie and I always almost explode then.. But when i think about it I rather want to be mistaken for being 16 -- or let's rather say 17..-- than for the opposite! Imagine you want to enter this extracool party and they laugh and say: Oh sorry, miss, this is an "under-30-party"!

Tschüss, alder Babbsack! Hier parkste richtig.

Jun 04, 2002 18:11 # 3773

Orchid *** agrees...

Re: Being 21

You're right. I hope this lasts until we're 50 or 60. I see my mother having that much problems with her age. I hope I won't become like her :-(

"Sie wollen nichts anderes. Sie wollen kämpfen! Sie sind Soldaten! Fucking Wahnsinnige!" - Noel G.

Jun 11, 2002 15:11 # 3851

ReallyCoolDude *** replies...

Being 28

I kind of enjoy everytime I celebrate a birthday, kind of feel nice that I am growing older and I guess getting matured. It is a pity however, that I look very young (and act that way too), and people still do mistake me for a 21 year old college going kid.

I did keep a french beard 2-3 times just to show everyone that I am old enough now to be taken seriously, but unfortunately my moustache never met the beard, and it was looking very odd, so I had to take it off, and am back to my 21-year-old look.

My wife still does not take me seriously, and thinks I am a kid. My colleagues in my office still do not believe that I have 5 years of industrial experience, a masters degree etc, they keep on asking me now and then, when are you going to finish your schooling? Aargghh! Maybe when I enter my thirties or forties, people will start taking me seriously...

Love is blind, but marriage is a real eye opener.

Jun 11, 2002 18:28 # 3858

Orchid *** throws in her two cents...

Re: Being 28

Hihi! My fiance got mustache and beard, too but I can't tell if he seems younger without. Anyway he won't erase it. It's a dilemma: I always say he should shave it because he'd look a bit more, I don't know, serious? soft? On the other hand: I can't let my fingers of it ;-)

"Sie wollen nichts anderes. Sie wollen kämpfen! Sie sind Soldaten! Fucking Wahnsinnige!" - Noel G.

This post was edited by Orchid on Jun 11, 2002.


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