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By Anonymous - / Saturday 12 December 2015 04:12 / United States - Santa Clarita
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I'm stricken with the forever baby face as well, OP. When I graduated from college I had people ask me if it was high school I was graduating from. We will appreciate it one day.

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I'm stricken with the forever baby face as well, OP. When I graduated from college I had people ask me if it was high school I was graduating from. We will appreciate it one day.

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I'm 22 and I still get asked if I'm old enough to buy beer. I live in Germany. The drinking age for beer is 16. I'm pretty sure I'm still going to hear the same thing when I'm in my thirties.

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I'm 22 in a couple of weeks and the other day I got ID'd buying a DVD that was rated '15'... I would have had to have been 14 to not be able to buy it.

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Hah same, I was on my way to my ceremony and this lady in my apartment building was like oh what HS are you graduating from I replied Blank University >.>

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I've been asked several times by strangers if I'm actually old enough to drive my car, I'm short and have a babyface. I seem to be asked for ID when I have my hair up but not so much when I have it down. :(

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Yes... We all realize there is a bar code on the back of our license in the US. However, bars and nightclubs are the only establishments that have the technology to scan them. Liquor stores, convenience stores etc simply enter your birthdate.

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I work at a box liquor store. You can either scan the card or enter the birthday. Most people just put in the birthday because of all the conspiracy theories about it being scanned. I was told that when you scan an I.D. it sends a copy of your transaction to the government and another to your insurance company and "I'm going to be pissed if I can't get a liver transplant because my insurance company knows I bought beer in 2015! Don't scan it!"

Well on the bright side, you'll save money on anti-wrinkle cream and you'll be an 87 year old that looks 30! :) Atleast your ID was real so even if the cops were called, you could prove it! :)

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I hear this all the time, and as someone who is under 5ft tall with perpetual baby face, this isn't something that will feel good to happen at 30. When I'm 30 I want to look 25, not 12. I'm 19, and going out to dinner with my mom and having the server ask her if we'll need a kid's menu is humiliating. in a couple of years when I can buy alcohol, if I was told that my ID was fake and that the clerk might call the cops I would be embarrassed, nervous, and angry. If that happens to me when I'm 30, I don't see much of a difference, except the getting used to insisting that they do call the police.

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He was trying to confirm the ID... If he thought that others an elaborate fake, he is well within his right to call the police. Fake IDs of excellent quality is possible, you know?

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Yes we would , if you have legitimate documentation to prove you are 18+ then he can't say no , otherwise that's like saying it could possible happen that someone might never be able to buy a drink because they look too young, if you have the ID you have proof nothing more you can do

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obviously!! I meant in addition to the government one to verify his age! Jeez I forgot it's the internet and you have to explain in depth what you mean so people can understand.

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