Have you ever lied about your age?.Why? Do you think they believed you. Ok I have never intentionally lied about my age. In the past 5 or 6 years there have been times I have been vague about my age and times when I said a wrong age because I actually forgot how old I am! I know it sounds silly, but by now, sometimes I have to actually stop and figure it out. I no longer think about my exact age—I just kind of go along from day to day. It really rarely comes up. Did people believe me when I said how old I am? As far as I know they did. However, when I have been giving my age it hasn’t been in order to get to do something that has age restrictions. Thus, I had no vested interest in lying. That being the case, no one had any reason to doubt my word.
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