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Lombax Warrior
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Re: age?

Jul 23, 2013
There was this time when I asked somebody first and they kept trying to ask me my age and I said 'but I asked you first' type deal.....and it went on for awhile so I walked away! LOL
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Jul 23, 2013

ladybug17 wrote:

 

Guy  talking to another female, who he asks the same question. Female says 23. He now says 24. Convenient.

 

I see that almost all the time Smiley Wink
If im asked for my age , if someone I don't know, i just reply with "Old enough to know what death looks like" Smiley Wink

 

The Flying Grayson, Nightwing, Robin, They were about more than fight moves. They were about inspiration, comfort, trust, family. I gave that up to become a spy. a Spider man; A Tsuchigumo. I have changed.
But I'll Always be D. Grayson

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I give a number of different answers to this question; some I borrowed from others. I really like the random number idea.

 

NOYB

Old enough to not answer that question first.

Why? Were you going to ask me out?

Somewhere between birth and death.

Three times seven plus.

Over 10, under 100.

The above comment is my opinion, unless I state a fact. You can disagree with my opinion, but facts are facts.
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VioletWinds wrote:

I give a number of different answers to this question; some I borrowed from others. I really like the random number idea.

 

NOYB

Old enough to not answer that question first.

Why? Were you going to ask me out?

Somewhere between birth and death.

Three times seven plus.

Over 10, under 100.


I personally like "I'm old enough not to tell you how old I am!" Smiley Tongue

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yeah, I don't trust anyone on home if they say an age. I judge them based off how they carry themselves and how they act. So instead of age, its maturity. If people ask, I just say what I am, which is 22. Im not embarrassed, nor ashamed of it and I don't do things that are childish or act pervy, although I always laugh at those women who have the one outfit in which their cup size looks like a freakin' HH (seriously, why wear that? It is so wrong and gets way too much attention from the wrong people)
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Jul 23, 2013

Thew902 wrote:
I like the kids that miraculously match the same age. Then after they run to the next person, they match their age and its different from what they told you. Those are the best ones. Smiley Very Happy

Wait, that really happens in Home??? Smiley Surprised Those darn kids... Smiley Mad

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I'm six. Smiley Happy

I'm four. My birthday was in June. I have a doggy I take for walks in Acorn Meadows, but he never makes a doodie for me. I like pudding, do you like pudding too? It is nice out today, do you like sunshine?

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Joanna_Dark_ wrote:

VioletWinds wrote:

I give a number of different answers to this question; some I borrowed from others. I really like the random number idea.

 

NOYB

Old enough to not answer that question first.

Why? Were you going to ask me out?

Somewhere between birth and death.

Three times seven plus.

Over 10, under 100.


I personally like "I'm old enough not to tell you how old I am!" Smiley Tongue


Which means you are o-o-o-o-ld. No wonder you love shotguns, you're too old to aim... but do be careful, the kickback from it might dislocate your shoulder or crack your collar bone. Smiley Wink

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No I like shotguns because I'm a terrible shot and they make killing easier! Smiley Happy

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Jul 23, 2013

I don't expect anyone to give any real-life info about themselves in the fantasy world that is Home.  I expect info about the character.

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