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Life's like that (funny)

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#1 caperdog


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Posted 13 April 2013 - 08:14 AM

Saturday morning, cell phone ringing and beeping. I check the missed call and start reading a text message, rub my eyes and complain about not being able to see anymore.
My wife says “Thats it, no more complaining about getting old. I’m sick of hearing people talking about their aches and problems.”
I reply “ Your right, I didn’t think I would be one of those people”.
On my way to the bathroom she says something else. I turn around and walk back up to her and say “ I hate to say this but I did not hear what you said”
She replied “ You know the worst part about this .............. I don’t remember what I said”

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#2 computerxpds


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Posted 13 April 2013 - 11:09 AM

Heh, I'm 18 and I have to write a lot of things down just to remember it..
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Posted 22 April 2013 - 11:27 AM

When I got my first PC, my sis told me to have a notebook  and pen next to my PC to write down things I changed and tips as I go along.  I didn't need the notebook after awhile...........now I need a notebook again due to aging.  I have a few aches and pains, but nothing that needs meds.  If I had not carried a cell in my pocket for 3+ years I would not have lost a kidney last October.  Needless to say the cell is being used like a land line now.

Edited by emma r, 22 April 2013 - 11:27 AM.

#4 Mr Gibberish

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Posted 22 May 2013 - 06:48 PM

there are upsides to getting old.


1. you can start calling people sonny/missy, instead of learning their real name

2. you can make other people lift heavy things for you

3. canes (how awesome are canes!)

4. no teeth = no dental visits (the upside of dentures)

5. retirement? 

6. you can use words-phrases like: trousers, back in my day, the youth of today, and darling.

7. you can slowly watch as all your life-long enemies make the obituaries.

8. hearing aids (it's spy gear for adults, admit it the inner child in you is dying to try one out).


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