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Last time someone wanted to see my I.D. was when I ordered a beer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the early 90s...when I was 35.
If you think that you do and they still let you in without saying 'Scuse me young fella, what business do you have here today?', then you've been fooling yourself for far too long.
I remember with sinking heart the moment a car salesman said to me 'this is the perfect vehicle for you when you take the grand kids out'.
I had a similar experience a few years back when I was around 31. A mate and I were entering the alcohol area during fireworks in the park, and the young girl hit me up for I.D. I laughed, and showed her my card while nudging my mate saying, "Did you hear that? She thinks I'm underage." My mate, of course, is a couple years older than me and really hates the fact he's nearly half way to 40. I give him a little friendly stirring now and then, and this particular time, I asked the girl if she was also going to check my mate's I.D. She just looked at him briefly and was like, "Nah, he's okay". :))