I know what you’re going to say; “But Megan, being mistaken for significantly younger is a GOOD thing. Just think! When you’re 35 people will think you’re 25! You’ll be able to believably lie about your age!”
And in theory I agree with those sentiments. That’ll be awesome in a few years. My beef, today, is that I had been working with this person for several hours and then they guessed my age. THIS WASN’T BASED SOLELY ON LOOKS! Just because a person believes “That’s what he said” is a legitimately funny joke doesn’t mean they’re “immature”. (Although, in this case it does.) This was absolutely a comment on my maturity, or lack thereof. I should be offended, right?
Naaaaaah. That’s way too much effort.
I have the emotional maturity of an emotionally stunted five year old and I’m damned proud of it. Kind of. Maybe. A little?
You know what else is funny? Mantitties.