I look young-ish too, mostly because I'm quite short. This was annoying when I was 14 and people saw me as a child. Now it's nice. Funniest story?
Background: the trains in Belgium are cheaper when you are under 26 years old. Then you can use a special ticket called a "go-pass", same price for wherever you want to go. A similar system called the "rail-pass" exists for people older than 26. My then-boyfriend and I used these because they are cheaper if you often use the train for a long distance.
So the conductor asked our tickets. Boyfriend shows his go-pass. I show my rail-pass. He frowns. Asks our IDs. We showed them. Yes, I am older than he is. The conductor didn't know what to say, but I said I'd take this incident as a compliment
I always think I'll never look like a woman - I will look like a girl until I get grey hair and then I'll suddenly look like a grandmother Won't complain about that.