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(NYPost)   I am an 83-year-old dad and I've just had a son with my wife, 35, but I love bragging I am an 83-year-old dad who had a son with my 35 year old wife   (nypost.com) divider line
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2022-06-21 10:18:54 PM  
Mom can save buying diapers in bulk.
 
2022-06-22 3:19:38 AM  
Speaking of old guys knocking up younger women.....

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2022-06-22 5:05:00 AM  
People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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2022-06-22 5:36:35 AM  

OdradekRex: Mom can save buying diapers in bulk.


Change them at the same time. Or he does the baby's she does his.
 
2022-06-22 5:38:38 AM  
Ewww, gross.
 
2022-06-22 5:41:38 AM  

Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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Bob Saget had a bit about half minus seven.
 
2022-06-22 5:43:12 AM  
Obligatory:

An old man walks into a church, and goes for a confession.  The priest pulls back the window, and the old man says: "Forgive me father, for I have sinned. I am 80 years old and I was walking home from the library the other day and two college girls stopped their car and said they were on spring break and  needed directions and we got into a discussion and they offered to drive me home and on the way one of them asked me the last time I'd had sex and I told them it had been years and she said would I like to have some fun and before I knew it the three of us were in my apartment and I had the most magnificent sex for two nights and the day between and they're still there waiting for me and promised they'd show me things I never even knew a man and woman could do. And that's why I've come to confession."

And the priest asks, "When was the last time you went to confession?"

And the old man says, "Actually, this is the first time."

And the priest says, "You're 80 years old and this is your first confession? Why now?"

And the old man says, "Because I'm Jewish."

And the priest asks, "In that case, why are you telling me?"

And the old man says, "I'm telling everybody."
 
2022-06-22 5:53:37 AM  
Martin Garrix - Animals (Official Video)
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2022-06-22 5:54:41 AM  

Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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Nah
 
2022-06-22 5:58:32 AM  

watching the trump puddle dry: [YouTube video: Martin Garrix - Animals (Official Video)]


My lagomorphs are ready to eat clover
 
2022-06-22 5:58:38 AM  
Live? or love?
 
2022-06-22 5:59:32 AM  

Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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Not a rule.

/ and stupid
 
2022-06-22 6:02:49 AM  
As well as learning Chinese, he is also teaching the new baby to play the organ and posted a video of himself with the youngster at the keyboard.

A dad at 83? I'd say he's pretty damn good with the organ.
 
2022-06-22 6:04:11 AM  

watching the trump puddle dry: watching the trump puddle dry: [YouTube video: Martin Garrix - Animals (Official Video)]

My lagomorphs are ready to eat clover


They will bite threw flesh for it
 
2022-06-22 6:28:36 AM  
Old news. Call me when it's an 83 year old woman and her 35 year old husband.
 
2022-06-22 6:31:31 AM  
My knee jerk reaction is: What a horrible idea. Then I read the article.

He is going to great lengths to prepare and set things up for his wife and kid. I still think it's a bad idea, but the dad is being very realistic and pro-active about it. The kid will know he was loved and wanted.

CSB: I once knew a scatterbrained guy who fathered a kid at age 63. He was very book smart but often behaved childishly - lots of knowledge but little wisdom, a strange sort of idiot. I feel sorry for his kid.
 
2022-06-22 6:52:28 AM  
My dad says my chin is too high
 
2022-06-22 6:57:03 AM  
That means that although he still really is a baby, he has a phone number with WhatsApp in which I record audio and send him videos

Well, that's pretty risky given tech companies track record for supporting old stuff.

But then, so is having a kid at 83
 
2022-06-22 7:02:22 AM  
I drink too much to remember
 
2022-06-22 7:17:22 AM  
Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.
 
2022-06-22 7:23:18 AM  
So he's farking the Chinese tutor lady too, huh?
 
2022-06-22 7:24:55 AM  

No Catchy Nickname: As well as learning Chinese, he is also teaching the new baby to play the organ and posted a video of himself with the youngster at the keyboard.

A dad at 83? I'd say he's pretty damn good with the organ.


To be fair, his surname is Cumalot. Or something like that.
 
2022-06-22 7:25:31 AM  
Dedicated to the future widow

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2022-06-22 7:28:07 AM  
To be honest enjoying your life child free, traveling the world, doing everything you want and then settling down and having a kid when your old and busted sound pretty awesome to me.
 
2022-06-22 7:44:30 AM  

No Catchy Nickname: As well as learning Chinese, he is also teaching the new baby to play the organ and posted a video of himself with the youngster at the keyboard.

A dad at 83? I'd say he's pretty damn good with the organ.


Article said fertilization treatments, and as it's probably not her, I'm guessing he didn't have as much fun in the process as you think.

Also from the article:

"He already has two adult sons, Renee and Adrian, and three granddaughters"

So he can possibly get the nieces to babysit their uncle
 
2022-06-22 7:48:38 AM  

Singleballtheory: Old news. Call me when it's an 83 year old woman and her 35 year old husband.


Unfortunately I'll be older than 35 when Helen Mirren reaches that age
 
2022-06-22 7:52:27 AM  

Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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according to this chart, a 17 year old can be with a 20 year old. In some places that's a felony.

/why don't you have a seat over there
 
2022-06-22 7:54:18 AM  

Singleballtheory: Old news. Call me when it's an 83 year old woman and her 35 year old husband.


...who have a baby?  That would be a good trick.
 
2022-06-22 7:56:09 AM  
It will take about 12 to 18 months for the baby's autism to show up.
 
2022-06-22 7:59:38 AM  
Having a kid at 83?

My money's on "catastrophic back injury" being the start of his downward health spiral...
 
2022-06-22 8:00:07 AM  

Omnivorous: It will take about 12 to 18 months for the baby's autism to show up.


Well, they did do fertility treatment. I'm guessing at this point they can kind of guess which sperm are less likely to be autistic.

They probably grab the healthiest from a grouping, instead of a healthy one out by themselves, darting VERY PRECISELY from point to point, and taking endlessly about Minecraft, then randomly screaming and pounding their body with their flagella.
 
2022-06-22 8:06:02 AM  

ModernPrimitive01: Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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according to this chart, a 17 year old can be with a 20 year old. In some places that's a felony.

/why don't you have a seat over there


Please divert your attention to the people in this thread that apparently feel this rule is insufficient for their needs.
 
2022-06-22 8:15:34 AM  

Oneiros: No Catchy Nickname: As well as learning Chinese, he is also teaching the new baby to play the organ and posted a video of himself with the youngster at the keyboard.

A dad at 83? I'd say he's pretty damn good with the organ.

Article said fertilization treatments, and as it's probably not her, I'm guessing he didn't have as much fun in the process as you think.

Also from the article:

"He already has two adult sons, Renee and Adrian, and three granddaughters"

So he can possibly get the nieces to babysit their uncle


Jesus, man, way to ruin a joke!
 
2022-06-22 8:17:47 AM  
Sure, he'll help in the care.  Or his deafness will cause him to miss the 2 AM wake ups.

But they can afternoon nappies together.
 
2022-06-22 8:35:09 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Get Your Dick Out Of My Food: People need to pay more attention to the rule:

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Not a rule.

/ and stupid


It's not a bad guideline. But yeah, if your true love is a legal adult, meh.

I like being with someone around my age. Kids and old people don't get my references.
 
2022-06-22 8:41:38 AM  
An 86-year-old man went to his doctor for his quarterly check-up...
The doctor asked him how he was feeling, and the 86-year-old said, "Things are great and I've never felt better. I now have a 20 year-old bride who is pregnant with my child."
"So what do you think about that Doc?"
The doctor considered his question for a minute and then began to tell a story.
"I have an older friend, much like you, who is an avid hunter and never misses a season. One day he was setting off to go hunting. In a bit of a hurry, he accidentally picked up his walking cane instead of his gun. As he neared a lake, he came across a very large male beaver sitting at the water's edge."
"He realized he'd left his gun at home and so he couldn't shoot the magnificent creature. Out of habit he raised his cane, aimed it at the animal as if it were his favorite hunting rifle and went 'bang, bang'. Miraculously, two shots rang out and the beaver fell over dead."
"Now, what do you think of that?" asked the doctor.
The 86-year-old said, "Logic would strongly suggest that somebody else pumped a couple of rounds into that beaver."
The doctor replied, "My point exactly."
 
2022-06-22 8:42:05 AM  

EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.


But the mom is guaranteed to inherit everything when he kicks it.
 
2022-06-22 8:54:18 AM  

Literally Addicted: EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.

But the mom is guaranteed to inherit everything when he kicks it.


I can personally attest to this. My maternal grandfather married a woman 2 years older than his youngest kid (my mother). He apparently had a LOT of kids. When he kicked it, the wife and her daughters from a previous marriage got everything. All the bio children got snubbed.

I legitimately expected a threatening phone call from a lawyer, but one never materialized, so I guess they figured out I was low threat.

/I wasn't allowed at the funeral, since my mother and I are 20+ years estranged, she was off her meds at the time, and most importantly, there.
 
2022-06-22 9:07:33 AM  
It is a bit unfair to the child because he is unlikely to have much of a relationship with his father. Heck, if the old guy dies in the next year he won't even have any memories. My wife's father was 32 years older than her mom. I was lucky to have met him a couple times before he died - which happened right before she graduated from college. She has always felt a little biatcheated because so much effort was required of her mother to take care of her father once she was a teenager. Losing my father at age 50 sucked for me. I couldn't imagine it at age 21.
 
2022-06-22 9:07:59 AM  

EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.


It can be unfair to the child. A coworker of mine married a younger second wife and he is 58 while his kid is 14. Not terrible. His wife kinda wants another kid (daughter if they can) but he said no because at his age it's unfair to the child.
 
2022-06-22 9:15:23 AM  
Live by the brag, die by the brag
 
2022-06-22 9:15:33 AM  
I won't lie this seems like a terrible idea.

There is no reason to do this beyond purely selfish motives.
 
2022-06-22 9:22:38 AM  

EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.


I dated a girl who's father died just before she started college. Later, I knew another who's father died when she was in college. A coworker of mine never got over her fathers death when she was eleven.

shiat happens, you don't have to be old.
 
2022-06-22 9:34:01 AM  

Kaymon: EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.

I dated a girl who's father died just before she started college. Later, I knew another who's father died when she was in college. A coworker of mine never got over her fathers death when she was eleven.

shiat happens, you don't have to be old.


That's true.  I am an older parent myself (I was in my 40s when my first child was born).  I still think that younger parents are better able to play and deal with energetic children. Just my opinion, so take it for what it's worth (which is nothing, because I am random internet dude, fully ignorable)
 
2022-06-22 9:34:31 AM  
He's a selfish a**hole. It doesn't matter how well he set up his wife and kids with case and material objects.
 
2022-06-22 9:35:22 AM  

EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.


Hell, there's a good chance he'll be dead before the kid starts kindergarten.
Stupid.
 
2022-06-22 9:42:42 AM  

Literally Addicted: EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.

But the mom is guaranteed to inherit everything when he kicks it.


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2022-06-22 9:52:59 AM  
Is that Fred Armisen?
 
2022-06-22 9:59:32 AM  

Kaymon: EvilEgg: Why would you do that to your child?  He'll likely be dead before the kid gets out of high school, maybe primary.

I dated a girl who's father died just before she started college. Later, I knew another who's father died when she was in college. A coworker of mine never got over her fathers death when she was eleven.

shiat happens, you don't have to be old.


I think you just proved his point. It messed them up to lose a parent, even at college age. Yes anyone can die at anytime, but your chances off that happening as an octogenarian are substantially higher. You are just setting the kids up for sadness and heartache at a young age. While death may come early for a young parent, there is no doubt it will come soon for an old parent.
 
2022-06-22 10:01:53 AM  
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I just think it's funny he think that kid is actually his son and not Chadero the Ultra-Buff Mexican Lawn Guy's kid.  Ah well, whatever keeps these rich arseholes out of the gene pool works for me.
 
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