O (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
Now there is a comment
Enter 479 here: (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
35: Old enough to not understand the references on SNL.
55: Old enough to remember when SNL was actually funny.
european (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
21: LOL Hahahaha! Those silly americans allow their kids guns and cars before drinking alcohol. No wonder they drive like lunatics and shoot people all the time.
Anders Breivik (Friday, 14 Dec 2012)
I resent your insinuation that I could have been an American.
euRO (Friday, 14 Dec 2012)
Breivik, like all other fanatic lunatics, didn't drink. *opens a can of beer*
Marcel Petiot (Friday, 14 Dec 2012)
You tell them!!
another european (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
Renting a car at 21 is no problem this side of the pond. It's just more expensive than for older people. I remember how we optimised this in France once: I was over 25, so I had to drive (it was cheaper that way), but my friend, who was under 25, had to pay (because she, being a student, got a discount). OSLT.
Well... (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
I'm 29 and I'm complaining since at least 5 years about "kids these days"...
Anti-Hipsta' (Saturday, 15 Dec 2012)
Yeah, thank the hipsters for that.
American (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
I am 58 and the "50" above is spot on!
horst (Friday, 14 Dec 2012) Reply
In my case it's drink at 16, do all the rest legally at 18 if you don't give a damn about others or social rules.
Old feeling European. (Saturday, 15 Dec 2012) Reply
And this was posted on my 35th birthday...
;-) (Sunday, 16 Dec 2012) Reply
I am not old enough for this stuff!
Heh.. (Monday, 17 Dec 2012) Reply
Well, in Latvia for instance, the first three milestones all aplly for the age of 18..
IDK (Tuesday, 18 Dec 2012) Reply
idk i think the last one could start when your 50
cierra (Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013) Reply
Wow so true i guess