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Where is the 'not sure' option....just in case you were too drunk at the time??
Just make some friends that are 21+ years of age and you don't need one.
I remember back in the day, there was an identification business in the Ramada Inn off 6th Street. All they did was make Kansas identification cards. They looked somewhat official and cost around $5 or so. All that was needed was a birthdate. It was popular for underage high school kids when it was legal to drink beer at 18. Of course I never got one.
i have one NOW. it says i'm 25.
LOL......... I need one of those 25 year old ones too.
And it was so much easier "back in the day" (the 70's). No photo, paper license that could be easily "amended". I think about six of us used the same ID routinely - just passed it around. We worked hard to get that 3.2 beer and Boone's Farm.
I've held one in my hand once. But it wasn't mine. Not sure if that counts.
Never had a fake ID, might have multiple IDs, but they are all real.
I never needed one being a girl and all. ; )
My brother had one. He happened to find an id (I believe on the floor of an 18 and over club if I remember correctly) and the guy looked enough like him, he just kept it.
no but I do have an inflated ego
Isn't labmonkey a fake way to identify myself?
In the 1950s in the Army you could go to the army base site that took the picture & made the ID card & say you had lost yours & then obtain a new ID card with the date of year that made you 21 yrs old. No proof of age was necessary.
It tasted terrible. Buck Horn, Grain Belt, @ 99 cents per six-pack, it only served one purpose
lawrencemom2, I remember you guys; I dated all six of you and only had to remember one name...and you had beer!
ITS NOT Illegal to have a fake ID its illegal to Present that ID as a factual document.
It IS illegal to possess a fake ID. It is NOT illegal to possess someone else's ID.
i have a real one; so why use a fake one? if these kids would stop trying to be older than they are, some would probably be better people today, instead of drunks.
I was one of those weirdos nerds, I guess. I didn't drink until I was legal. Of course, back then you could drink 3.2 beer when you were 18.
Never had a fake one.
The legal drinking age was 18 where I grew up. And that was for all and any alcoholic beverages--I never heard of 3.2 beer until I went to Colorado. They didn't have that nonsense where I lived.
The drinking age was raised to 21 about 15 days after I turned 21. Several younger friends were not so lucky--and the law did not grandfather in anyone who had been drinking legally for some time, so people who were used to going out and having a drink with their friends or picking up some wine for dinner on the way home were suddenly placed in the position of "minors" again.
I always thought that was unfair and that they should've let those people keep their legal status. Often, it wasn't so much about the booze as it was the wish to be with everyone at one of the gathering places back then. The real boozehounds would just go get a fake ID, I'm sure--the only ones who actually stopped drinking in bars when the age changed were the ones honest enough not to obtain one.
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