Is this lame? I was at Kohl's the other day trying to hunt down some of the newer trasnformers and I came across Hubcap. I decided it was worth the buy (even at Kohl's high prices) and took it up to the counter/register to pay for it. I waited for a minute or two in line but eventually got up the front. But when I got there, something interesting happened. The cute countergirl smiled at me while ringing me up and asked me, "who's the lucky kid?" It took me a half-a-second to realize what she meant. Now, I am 18 years old, and maybe looked a little older to her (she was probably in her early 20's) I quickly concluded that she assumed I wasn't buying it for myself and panicked for another half-second before replying with a meek "my cousin..." (I don't even have a cousin btw, nor any brothers or sister for that matter) We exchanged a few more bits of small talk before I payed for everything and when on my merry way. However, this whole situation got me to thinking about things. I guess I was a little embarrassed to admit to a complete stranger about my inner manchild. Its not like I'm ashamed really, that I still collect transformers. In fact, almost all of the people around me know since I will frequently talk about it. I guess its just the idea of some cute girl that's a stranger to me that already assumes that I'm not part-dork asking about this stuff prevented me from simply saying. "well, there isn't one. It's for me" Anyone else run into this kind of situation somewhere?