Social media users reveal the shocking reasons why they decided to lie about their age – including flunking college and a teenager who told her HUSBAND that she was legally mature
- The worldwide confessions, shared with Whisper, explain why users lie about age
- Includes student who said he pretended to be nine years younger when he joined frat
- A mother also hid her age to & # 39; looks of judgment & # 39; prevent it after having her son at the age of 17
Sneaky social media users have shared the shocking reasons they decided to lie to their friends – and even family – about their age.
The confessions, shared with To whisper, including one from a college student who chose to hide his age when he returned to college at the age of 27 – and joined a fraternity.
Meanwhile, a young American mother went to the anonymous app to reveal that she was hiding her age from the & # 39; looks of judgment & # 39; to avoid that she would get after having her son at the age of 17.
A third user, from Seattle, said he lied about his age to fit & # 39; at work & # 39 ;, and explained that his colleague & # 39; s & # 39; usually didn't include younger employees & # 39 ;
Here, FEMAIL has collected some of the most surprising confessions on the secret app for sharing.
Ouch! Social media users went to Whisper to share the reasons they decided to lie about their age – including a Minnesota user who didn't want to be associated with others of the same age (photo)
Making friends! Another user, from Seattle, admitted that they had lied about their age to fit at work & # 39; and claimed that they do not include & # 39; s younger colleagues & # 39; s
Keep up appearances! This Kansas student chose to hide his age so that he could become a member of a brotherhood when he started studying at the age of 27 – as if he were nine years younger
Judgment! A young mother from America confessed to telling other parents that she is older to & # 39; the appearance of the judgment & # 39; to avoid getting them after having her son at the age of 17
Age limit! This Texas user confessed that they lied about their age on dating apps because & # 39; most profiles don't mention anyone over 25 & # 39;
Cash flow! A bartender told the anonymous app that they are hiding their age to work in bars – because that's where the money is & # 39;
Recapture! Another user from Texas said they & # 39; always & # 39; lie about their age after they & # 39; fell twice in high school & # 39;
Adult! This sneaky user said they & # 39; always & # 39; lied about their age because they & # 39; always looked older & # 39; – and & # 39; from the age of 17 & # 39; wanted to hit bars & # 39;
Respect! A woman confessed that she is lying online about her age & # 39; because men then treat me how I want to be treated & # 39;
#Not angry! Another user simply said that they present themselves as younger because they already look much younger than they are
Oops! This Denver user said she posed for fifteen years with a fake ID – and even lied to her husband and his family
Serious business! Another California user said they lied about their age because they like to talk to older women, and nobody takes them seriously when they discover their age
Correction! This user could not correct his new friends when they suspected he was 37 – even though he is almost ten years older
Take seriously! Another user poses as 25 instead of 18, so his / her opinions are taken seriously & # 39;
Obsessed! These women said she was lying to & men of her age & # 39; to attract those & # 39; who are obsessed with looking for young women & # 39;
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