I've been told (and I realize) that I don't look my age, but man--did this make my day: I went to Longs (a drug store/general store chain) to get some cheap sweet wine that was on sale. I like muscato--nearly as sweet as pepsi--I can't stand the taste of alcohol. Anyway, I had three bottles and a hairbrush and this little old lady cashier said, "I'm sorry, dear, but I need to see your id." Now, she must've been at least 70yo, so maybe anyone under 50 looks a bit young, but... So I ask what their age limit is for carding and the other lady cashier (probably in her 60s) said they card if people look under 40. UNDER 40?!! So I ask how old they really think I am. The younger one says "maybe 30," the older one says "25." (See, this is why I think they're misjudging age.) I've recently turned 45. When I tell them that, the younger cashier asks, "Why don't you have any wrinkles?!" I told them, "I have no kids. I stay out of the sun. And I'm really immature." Like I said, it made my day.