There isn’t a huge amount of difference between what I look like now and what I looked like at 20. Firstly because the difference between 20 and 30 isn’t really that much, physically speaking. I certainly have a few more lines on my forehead, but realistically, I look the same. I still have the same shoulder-length hair. I am still the same basic shape, give or take a bit of squinting. Even my clothes are relatively similar: a lot of colourful hoodies and vest tops over jeans, followed by sporadic evidence of owning the film Factory Girl on DVD. I have exactly the same percentage of my face given over to spots now as I did at 20. The only tangible differences are a blunt-cut fringe, a slightly rounder face, and a tendency towards body paint.
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