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Old 10-08-2014, 10:40 PM   #43
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LOL - Again, I think I better Go2Sleep it's 4.37am Here - & Thinking of WHAT I've Forgot to DO - Oh well it can wait till the Morning - Why DO Today what You can DO Tomorrow - GOOD-NIGHT ! You ALL zzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Old 10-09-2014, 06:46 AM   #44
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Getting older sure beats the alternative. . .
Will 2nd that one Firebug, For sure you got it right.

You know you are getting older when:
All the names in your little black book end in M.D.
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When your back goes out more often than you do.
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Old 10-12-2014, 08:04 PM   #45
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When ever I think of old, I think of the men I was around as a child and a ferret (the little person) in the shipyards of the east coast when they still built wooden fishing boats.
This was the late 50s... I was 11 or 12 and we lived on a 13 tonne ketch.
There were these really old guys...
Many were Scandinavians that had hunted whales from open boats before and during the war. They were so Old.....
They must have been 40, maybe even 50.

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Old 10-12-2014, 08:53 PM   #46
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Many years ago, when I was 28, the 17 year od son of the boss wrecked a 3 day old truck. He said it was the fault of a real old guy who pulled out in front of him. When the police report got back to us my boss came back and asked my age. He said that 28 was the age of the "real old guy" the boy had hit. After we got it back he took the same new truck under a 10' underpass in Pontiac, MI. The truck was actually 11.5' tall before he went under the underpass. It was full of syrup for pop machines and it was a sticky mess after that.
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Old 10-12-2014, 08:53 PM   #47
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When I bend over to pick something up, i look around to see if theres anything else I need to do while I'm down there,
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Old 10-18-2014, 02:25 PM   #48
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DW took me to the Doc for a check up, he said "I want a stool sample, a semen sample and a urine sample." been hard of hearing I turned to my Wife and asked "What Did He Say?" she said, "he wants your Shorts!"
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Old 10-18-2014, 10:19 PM   #49
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Woke up this morning and started to do my stretches before getting out of bed, moved my ankles and as always a bit stiff, then my legs and my knees as usual kinda popped as they flexed, then my arms, hands and shoulders, felt the same as they have been, a bit of arthritis making oint snap crackle and pop...then I turned my neck and it sounded like I was popping popcorn in my cranial cavity.....you might think I'm getting old by reading this...nope I'm just getting toastier.
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At my last physical the Doctor told me I was as fit as a horse and I smiled as he was leaving the room. Then he paused turned to me and said "an old horse"
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DW took me to the Doc for a check up, he said "I want a stool sample, a semen sample and a urine sample." been hard of hearing I turned to my Wife and asked "What Did He Say?" she said, "he wants your Shorts!"
just got a mouth full coffee all over my computer screen
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just got a mouth full coffee all over my computer screen

OH, come on , you've head that joke before, you just can't remember.
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First thing to go is your memory!!! Heck I forgot the rest
Not correct, memory is the , Second , thing to go ; and you can't remember what the first thing was.
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When a very appealing young lady walks by and I realize she's the same age as my daughter!
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Even worse ; Granddaughter !

If I had known , I was going to live this long , I would have taken much better care of myself.
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The shortest pencil is longer than the best memory.

Now... where did I put my pencil?
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You know you're getting old when...

... you finally realize alcohol isn't the answer but you can't remember the question.

... you call to make dinner reservations at Denny's - for 3pm.

... you realize that you're not the only thing that doesn't work anymore.

... you start to think rocker recliners really are a good idea after all.

... you watch a customer in a supermarket drive by on a motorized shopping cart and kick yourself for not thinking of it first.

... you come home after a night on the town and you're just in time to watch the 6 o'clock news.

... you grunt trying to get up off the couch - for the third time.

... your idea of exercise is having to walk all the way across the room for the remote.

... you wake up with a hangover but all you've had to drink is Nyquil.

... you know the words to every song playing on every elevator you ride.
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