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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Prof., Nov 20, 2007.
I want to see what the average age is of the MacRumors members
I'll be 42 in January.
Curse your inflexible poll options!
Two weeks ago I'd have been happily in the coveted 28-36 demographic -- wearing chic sunglasses and trendy jeans. Now I'm wandering, lost, out here in 37-45 land with my polyester pants pulled up to my nipples and wearing golf shoes. Has anyone seen my aluminum walker?
I'm sure you are still sexy
Well I'm in the 28-36 category... but how old I feel depends on how much sleep I got and what I was doing the previous day. For example the day after playing paintball for most of the afternoon then bar-hopping till 3am I felt about 90!
This thread comes up every few months it seems...
I am 26.
This poll seems a bit broad though, 19-27 is a huge swath of people. Maybe break up the over/underage options?
Man, you guys are never happy are you?
JK. Don't reply to this
21, 22 in Jan.
I also think the range is a bit broad, after all I could be 27 if someone just looked at my answer and that is far too old
As I'm at the higher end of one of the ranges I think they're fine!
Feel free to start a poll/thread named "How old were you two weeks ago?"
How do you think nine-year-olds feel?
I'm nicely in the middle of one so I'm not going to grumble too much.
Well, not in this thread anyway. I might be grumbling about stuff elsewhere.
A cool quarter of a ton.
40 and loving it.
No one under 13 should be using the forums
sorry for the geeky nature of this post, but did anyone else notice the grah is very similar to a "normal curve" in statistics. interesting
I first started coming here when I was 14 in 1999. Now I'm going to be 23 in March '08.
yeah, i'm sure there has been a thread like this before.
anyways, i'm 23
21 for another few weeks. God I feel so old.... It sucks being young and having all my hair...
27... just under the wire!
I'd be surprised if it stays like that. Aren't demographic curves skewed one way or the other? Having said that, there's the whole "Central Limit Theorem" to consider, which means the sampling distribution might tend towards normal anyway... hmmm, interesting
Older than bartelby...
19. 20 in 2 months