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(Today)   From the generation that brought you Rogaine, Viagra, and "Forty is the new twenty" comes America's favorite age: 50   (today.com) divider line 14
    More: Sad, Molly Shannon, Long Branch, Harris Interactive  
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2013-09-16 02:09:07 AM
8 votes:
When they start dying, they'll declare dead is the new alive.
2013-09-16 02:06:49 AM
5 votes:
I've still got the body of a 19-year-old. In the trunk of my car.
2013-09-16 02:16:30 AM
2 votes:

Danger Avoid Death: I've still got the body of a 19-year-old. In the trunk of my car.


I love that line, and variations thereof.

"My friends say I have the body of a swimmer. I told my friends to stay the hell out of my basement."

"My friends say I have the body of a swimmer. Great, now I've got to take it back to the cemetery."
2013-09-16 07:59:08 PM
1 votes:

frostus: Incontinental_Drift: 55.  Climbed Mt. Whitney last week!

58. I went upstairs to take a dump last night.


If you were at Mt Whitney you would have taken a dump in a WAG bag  .

// I used three of these.
2013-09-16 01:08:58 PM
1 votes:

Incontinental_Drift


55. Climbed Mt. Whitney last week!


She's a little plump, but calling her a "mountain" is just mean.
2013-09-16 09:28:18 AM
1 votes:
One thing I've found since hitting fifty: Fifty hits back.
2013-09-16 02:38:27 AM
1 votes:

frostus: evil saltine: Loved this little jab:

"Of course, given how slowly young people mature now, you may still be dealing with someone in their 20s who loves living at home."

As an (almost) 58 year old guy with a 22 year old son sitting on my couch playing video games, I can relate.


DAaaaaaad! You're embarrassing me!!!

/sorry, last name is Frost, couldn't resist.
2013-09-16 02:34:15 AM
1 votes:

evil saltine: Loved this little jab:

"Of course, given how slowly young people mature now, you may still be dealing with someone in their 20s who loves living at home."


As an (almost) 58 year old guy with a 22 year old son sitting on my couch playing video games, I can relate.
2013-09-16 02:26:29 AM
1 votes:
Loved this little jab:

"Of course, given how slowly young people mature now, you may still be dealing with someone in their 20s who loves living at home."
2013-09-16 02:26:25 AM
1 votes:

Quantum Apostrophe: Aar1012: Kittypie070: FARK YOU, I wanna be 25 again.

As a 25 year old, I must say that being 25 is awesome...except for the debt and the job prospects

Being 25 trumps everything. Enjoy. It doesn't look like we're taking life extension and anti-aging seriously at all so there's no second chances.


Enjoy being 25. It's fun. But you're going to love being 45. It's so much better.
2013-09-16 02:23:49 AM
1 votes:
I keep wondering why my 40s went.

They were in the refrigerator at the start of the weekend, and I didn't think I invited THAT many friends over.
2013-09-16 02:23:34 AM
1 votes:

Aar1012: Kittypie070: FARK YOU, I wanna be 25 again.

As a 25 year old, I must say that being 25 is awesome...except for the debt and the job prospects


Being 25 trumps everything. Enjoy. It doesn't look like we're taking life extension and anti-aging seriously at all so there's no second chances.
2013-09-16 01:58:44 AM
1 votes:

WordyGrrl: When I was 16, I could never imagine reaching 21 (USSR vs USA nuclear war was going to kill us all, don't ya know?). Turning 30 sucked in that  frivolous "OMG, I'm not young anymore!" way. Turning 40 was much better, ala "Hey, this being an adult thing is kinda sweet!"

I'll be 50 in two years and... I finally feel like I'm growing into my power as a full-grown adult. I might be fatter and have some of the "old age" aches and pains," but my priorities are where they should have been years ago. And I just feel a helluva lot smarter in general.


It's all delusions. This "power" you have is just realizing you have no time left to make other choices.
2013-09-15 10:24:16 PM
1 votes:
When I was 16, I could never imagine reaching 21 (USSR vs USA nuclear war was going to kill us all, don't ya know?). Turning 30 sucked in that  frivolous "OMG, I'm not young anymore!" way. Turning 40 was much better, ala "Hey, this being an adult thing is kinda sweet!"

I'll be 50 in two years and... I finally feel like I'm growing into my power as a full-grown adult. I might be fatter and have some of the "old age" aches and pains," but my priorities are where they should have been years ago. And I just feel a helluva lot smarter in general.
 
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