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Or at least feel as though I should be.

It all started last year when I was dressed as an old woman for a fancy dress do and my friend said she could imagine me as as granny. Numerous other people around me agreed.

Then my work colleague said I was quite old in my ways. I told this to another friend and they agreed! <img src="/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

A couple of other people have mentioned similar things as well.

I thought I was a typical 23 year old, albeit maybe a little more 'settled down', so to say, than others but none-the-less, being called old by a number of people... Grr....

Will try to think of things to make myself younger and more hip, but in the meantime I have altered my age of my bio bit in accordance with the views I have discovered....

A. N. Aged-One

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Don't worry LMU. It's good to be thought of as sensible and middle aged!

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I'm not!

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What sensible or middle aged?

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Course he's not. He's senile and old!!!

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I maintain a dignified silence.

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I maintain a dignified silence.


That's not at all like you! <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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To be honest if somebody said I was older in my ways and how I acted I would probably take that as a compliment. So many people I know in their early thirties or mid twenties act as if they're in their teens and are totally inmature.

Nothing wrong with being wise beyond your years. You will get a lot of respect for that.

To answer your question LMU from the couple of occasions I've met you and from what I can gather on here you do act older and far more maturer than the average 23 year old. This is not a criticism and do not feel you have to change your ways to please others.
You'll earn more respect for being yourself.

I'd rather be considered old for my age than completely inmature.

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We should set up a new forum. 'The LMU appreciation board'!

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Sounds good to me! <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />


Problem is, Yellow A, people say I look older as well. <img src="/images/graemlins/bawling.gif" alt="" />

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Never, I'm sure you would grace page 3 of any national newspaper.

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Time to get your bus pass LMU! <img src="/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />

Not sure whether it's an advantage to look young anyway. I was still getting asked for ID in pubs when I was 22!!

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Yeah, I have that problem too.

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Yeah, I have that problem too.


Ha! Ha!Who are you trying to fool. They only ask your age so they know whether to give you special pensioner reductions! <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Why reduce pensioners? They've got enough to contend with without being truncated.

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Why reduce pensioners? They've got enough to contend with without being truncated.


What have elephants got to do with it? <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Ask Mr Happy, he seems obsessed with them! <img src="/images/graemlins/elephant.gif" alt="" />

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I think you mean young Miss Oliver. If you check out her website you wil see that she is in to some really weird things!

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I know, it used to be deified pilchards, and a saintly otter, if I remember rightly.




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