Everything else is the same though?
I smiled and nodded my head.
In reality, though, the weight stated on my license has been wrong since I filled out that paperwork during driver's ed.
I don't think I've weighed that amount since junior high.
I know that sounds like an exaggeration, but I assure you it is not.
Like... that number is (sadly) not even a goal weight for me these days because it's so far-fetched.
But what was the DMV lady going to do about it?
Nothing, I hoped.
I mean... doesn't the DMV know it's incredibly RUDE to ask a woman about her weight?!
I might have recently delivered a baby. (I haven't.)
Maybe I look "fluffy" like this because I'm on steroids or some other medicine. (I'm not.)
I'm not sure if she read the plea in my eyes or if this was some sort of don't-ask-don't-tell girl code, but that lovely woman (yes, I did just say that about a government employee) just went right about her business without batting an eye.
Now, let's just hope I don't get pulled over because I may be accused of identify theft if I have to show my ID!