Just because you do not drink coffee, for example, should not be a point against your maturity level.
Also, "how old do you act?" Are we really scraping that close to the bottom of the barrel?
It's not "how mature are you," it's "how old do you act." You don't have to be mature to act old, and you don't have to act old to be mature.
There is the matter of both having a question about making a pot of coffee and the people at Starbucks knowing your name. Logically, if you make pots of coffee then you shouldn't need to be going to Starbucks. Then again, any idiot can make a pot of coffee and the question just asks if you know how.
I drink Coffee at home and go to Starbucks, though I really dont go there for regular coffee, I make that at home. I dont see how people from Starbucks knowing your name counts for anything in that test, just that you go to Starbucks all the time.
The coffee one was hardly the worst if you ask me.
[ ] Your favorite kind of food is take out.
I... what ...
[ ] You have hand washed a car before.
[ ] You can mow the lawn.
These can be done by ten year old or even younger.
[ ] You have been outside your home country 3 or more times.
Yeah, nah, I don't even bother explaining more to this one.
[ ] You show up for school late a lot.
I thought this was how old do you act. Good thing it's aimed at kids then.
[ ] Your only friends are from your place of employment.
[ ] You have more bills than you can pay.
This isn't being mature, it's being completely stupid.
All in all judgment of the bandwagon
The fact that bandwagon thinks I'm like 30 XD
and yes, the questions are pretty lulzy.
Although considering it would reveal I can cook, clean and change the oil in a car... LADIES GET AT ME!