None of us are worthy of David Bowie.
That much is clear when you log onto supbowie.com -- a website that will happily show you exactly what the Thin White Duke had achieved at your age.
It's a lovely point of reflection as the world mourns the legendary British music icon's death at age 69 after battling cancer for 18 months.
For example, at the age of 30, Ziggy Stardust "sang in a completely self-invented language on the 1977 'Low' album track, 'Subterraneans'. A decade before it was popularised by The Cocteau Twins."
Like we said, we're not worthy.
We invite you to check it out but be warned, there's understandably heavy traffic to the site which is causing it to crash intermittently.
Bowie's legacy stretches far beyond music; last year he was named as one of GQ's Best Dressed Men in Britain (at the age of 68) and his film credits as an actor include Labyrinth and The Prestige.