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But What If She Weighs Less Than A Duck? 12/111

But What If She Weighs Less Than A Duck? 12/111 published on 1 Comment on But What If She Weighs Less Than A Duck? 12/111

Alex: One more thing you’ll need: a passport. Fake, of course.

We don’t want any official record of our agents traveling.

Timothy: Cool! Um…how much of it is fake?

Alex: It gives your real age, Timothy. Don’t try to buy beer with it.

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Abadon XXX on Wed Nov 07, 2007 4:05 pm

o.o…
You can buy a beer with a passport?

o.o…
You can buy a beer with a passport?

It is a photo ID. Then again, some countries are a little more casual about checking the age of someone buying booze.

Come to think of it, just how old is Timothy, anyway?

Gregor on Thu Nov 08, 2007 5:46 am

Well, here in Austria you can buy alcoholics (even Schnaps, Vodka etc.) without showing your Personal ID if you look old enough. Often also 11-year olds are walking totally drunk through the streets around midnight and are very noisy <.< Sometimes they're some of them in the courtyard of our house and the i have to put up the speakers and play this High Frequency 20 khz sound to scare them off :twisted: btw. that's pretty funny^^

Tommygunner70 on Thu Nov 08, 2007 6:49 am

in holland you can as well. even though they only ask when you dont look old enough. minimum age for alcoholics is 18, for smokes its 16 years old.

a Passport is a valid ID, as a normal ID card allows you to get around europe with out a problem, a passport is just an exstended form of an ID card that also gets you thru customs in country’s that dont belong to the EU like America or Japan for instance. but i am not sure which country’s allow a normal Dutch ID card, then again i dont feel like checking.

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