There must be a bunch of youngsters here that I wasn't aware of. It must be close to 30 years since I was asked for an ID and FWIW, I was a bit put out myself since I was almost thirty at the time. Now the only one that wants to verify my age is Social Security!!
BTW, anyone that's younger than my oldest son (37) I consider a kid, so don't take offense at being called one. There will come a time when all you "kids" will ask youselves where the time went. For example, the first time someone says to you, "Aren't you (fill in the blank)'s grandfather?", your children tell you how grey - assuming you still have any - your hair has become and worse, when it's time for YOU to go to bed, or when you get that first letter from the AARP telling you that you've been pre-approved for membership.