People who do not look their age?

Oct 25, 2017
10,226
People always guess I'm at least 10 years younger. It doesn't stop me from feeling ancient, though. If i had the energy I had when I was in my early 20s now...
 
Oct 26, 2017
7,433
If people actually smiled properly you would see their age a lot more.

40 isn't old now if you are fit and healthy, even 50. Still having good hair counts for a lot too. Sun damage will age you fast.
 
Oct 27, 2017
529
I had a friend from work that I started hanging out with a long time ago, we were into the same music and stuff. I thought he seemed like maybe 10 years older than me, in his 30s or something. Then one day he mentioned he was 54, and it literally blew my mind. There was just no way to tell this at all.
 
Oct 27, 2017
169
As someone who looks 10 years younger than his age, I think it's probably a good thing when you're a girl but as a guy....from my experience it's not good. In general people don't take you as seriously.
 
Oct 28, 2017
5,156
I dont know how old people think I am but I recently started rocking a leather coat I got in 1999...it takes people for a loop when I havent seen them in years.

I take it you're one of those people who literally shave off years if they save their beard
My brother is one of those. If I didn't know he was 46 would not buy it. Vegan diet plus being half native American dont hurt.
 
Nov 9, 2017
453
In my late 30s and people assume I'm in my 20s. With the coming anti-aging treatments (killing renescent cells, NAD+ supply, stem cells therapy) I hopefully can stay and look young a little bit longer. XD
 
Oct 26, 2017
9,788
if we can go in the opposite "he looks much older than he is" I give you Benfica striker Jonas, 34



He looks easily 40+. I'm fucking 39 and I dont look that old.
 
Oct 25, 2017
7,588
People exaggerate about being in the 40s age range. I’m not sure what it is but the majority of people assume that once you’re 40 you’re going to look like you’re 70.
30s and 40s often look the same.
 
Oct 27, 2017
399
Denmark
I'm 32. The other day a coworker of mine had her 39th birthday at the office and another coworker turned around and asked me if I was more or less than 39. Think I grew a grey hair for just being asked that question. I know it can be hard to tell the difference but reality hit me hard anyway lmao. I've always been used to looking way younger than my age. First day in highschool we could bring our family and some dude came up to me asking who was my big brother or sister starting in that class.