Well I am currently 23 years old and since we are going off a mirror, I have yet to see myself as an adult. My facial hair is more like peach fuzz and patchy, can go months and it might be an inch.
When walking into a bar I will already be pulling out my ID because I know the second I'm seen I'm getting checked. The most common phrase, and this is no joke, I hear after getting my ID checked is "you look like you're twelve." Happens almost every time and I have gotten multiple free shirts from bars because of that. Doesn't help I have a body that backs that statement up. I'm 5'10" and tipping the scales at 115lbs. So I still look like the twig twelve year old just waiting to fill out.
I have two things that remind me how old I am and it's only going to get worse.
1st - My back is in pain 90% of the day. It's out in multiple places and have had it fixed by multiple chiropractors. I have yet to go to the doctors, which is something I should do and should have done a long time ago. It's only getting worse the longer I prolong it. It's bad enough I popped it out new years by tying a knot in the bed of my truck. Wasn't lifting weight just bent over and boom, I was out for a full week.
2nd - Bills. It's crazy how fast I went from having absolutely nothing to having two vehicle payments, insurance, rent, phone bill, food, fuel, Internet, you know the list. The moment I decided I was through with college and landed a job it was like a slap in the face.
Between my truck payment, bike payment and insurance for each I am spending more each month than I was making all school year in college (not counting summers). In the single month for my truck, I could have payed for 90% of my full time tuition each semester.
That is what has made me realize I'm getting there. I am still young and like spending money on things I shouldn't but hey, I may as well enjoy things while I can andwhile I'm still a kid.
Long version short, I still feel like a kid.