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The expression you're looking for is "suspend disbelief." It means that you know that what's going on isn't real, but you go along with it anyway.
Wrong on all three counts. I use Linux, I'm an omnivore and I watch fifteen to twenty hours of TV a week at home.
And, your method of always adding exactly ten years to your age will work, but only if you remember to do it each time, and how many years you added. Not all minors are going to realize that there might be a second age test, making this both an age and an IQ test.