In Diner Dash, you get extra points for doing an activity chain - like bussing four tables at a time rather than moving back and forth with other activities. And when I find myself doing an activity chain while waiting tables in real life, I give myself a little mental "level up" noise.
One thing that has been constantly happening here is people not believing my age. I've always looked younger than I am; that used to bother me when I was in high school and trying to look mature (or at least my age), but I don't really care anymore. Plus when I see middle-schoolers these days, my mind is boggled. I can see why people think I'm still in middle school (or at least a middle-schooler with less style). I get happy when someone guesses my age to be 18 or 19...before I realize they're still over five years off.
My first day on the job:
Co-worker: "So how old are you?"
Me: "I'm 25 years old."
Co-worker: "....Really? Wait...really?"
Co-worker: "No, really. Are you really?"
This repeated about four more times before he believed me, I think.
My second day on the job:
Another co-worker: "So are you a student?"
Me: "Nope, just graduated."
Co-worker: "Ohh...high school?"
My third day on the job:
Chef: "Have you been a server before?"
Me: "Oh yeah, but not for...six years. It's been a long time."
Chef: "Six years? Wait what. How old are you?"
Me: "...I'm older than I look."