Mine was way off since all I had to do before was sign and they renewed it. But when I moved I put the correct weight (which is now to high - good thing) and got a fabulously awful photo to go with it.
My drivers' license weight is about 45 pounds off - I haven't change it since the 1980's! Years ago when my sister and I were showing id's (driver licenses) to get into Disneyland, she was handed mine back and right away commented "Oh, we both lied about our weight to the exact same pound!"
Be gentle with yourself as you learn something new.
I've mentioned this elsewhere, but I'm the loopy exception to the rule. I did lie on my license / ID many years ago ... setting it to 250 pounds. I didn't actually ever hit 250 pounds until the day I weighed in to begin my journey here in September 2011.
It still says 250 right now, in fact. It will get corrected whenever I have to go in to renew it.
Blue, Lethie, or Jennifer May - I answer to them all (aka Astraxialus in NaNoWriMo) San Jose, CA BLC#20 & BLC#21 - ONYX OUTLAW
I renew my license but truth is my weight was a tad off.. How about you?
When you renew your d.l. do you tell the truth of your weight?
Or no why should the truth matter? Or it's my business.......
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