If you are 24 and 9 months old, would you say 24 or 25 if they asked you?

I think 24 sounds ridiculous in this case. I believe if you pass the 6 months, then you must round up your age, if they ask you “How old are you?”.

  • 24
    86% (24)81% (17)84% (41)Vote
  • 25
    14% (4)19% (4)16% (8)Vote
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I'm surprised by results. Many people I know round up their age.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • 25. ou already passed 24 by 9 months.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • I turn 21 in January so I'm technically 21.

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What Girls Said 7

  • I don't say I'm older until I actually hit that age.

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  • You should say 24, because your birthday hasn't come yet.

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    • Again people might assume I was born in 1992. And I think it's an American thing to not round up your age as it seems. Where I live many guys (girls don't actually), round up their age.

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    • Well I say 25 to take me more seriously as well.

    • I see. But if I were you, I would say 24 until my birthday.

  • you aren't 25 unless you already are... on my birthday I would say 25.

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  • I would say 24

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  • I stopped rounding my age up after middle school.

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    • Don't like getting older?

    • Meh. I don't really care now that I finally made 21. But I suppose when I'm a month or two from my birthday, I might say something " I'll be 22 in xx weeks".

  • 24, because Im 24 not 25

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  • You're still 24, because you're not 25 yet.

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    • Otherwise I could say I'm 16 as well, that'd be weird.

    • Even if I'm 24 and 11 months? Someone might assume I was born in 1992, and not in 1991.

    • You could always tell thwm almost 25, that way they'll still know

What Guys Said 11

  • Let's frame this question a different way, which might make it a bit more understandable why the results are the way they are:

    Pink Anon (Under 18): If you are 17 and 9 months old, would you say 17 or 18 if they asked you?
    "I think 17 sounds ridiculous in this case. I believe if you pass the 6 months, then you must round up your age, if they ask you 'How old are you?'."

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    • Yeah legally she's not an adult. But generally I don't see why not if you pass the 9 months (if not 6) you shouldn't round up...

  • It just depends if you are a rounder up or not - Kids may be 8.25, 8.5, 8.75 - Teens/Young adults may round up but for me I will be 47 until my 48th birthday.

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  • 24 cuz your not 25

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  • eh, I already feel old, why would I want to make myself seem even older?

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  • Is say 24

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  • I'd still say I'm 24. Even the day before my birthday I'd still say 24.

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  • I would say 24 since I'm no longer 8 years and 7 months old that I need to validate my age.

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  • I'd say I'm almost 25.

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  • not sure if srs?

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  • If you want to sound younger say 24, older 25!

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  • Actuarial tables would say 25 BUT technically 24. If you're 20 years, 11 months & 29 days you still can't legally drink in the US.

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