Getting Old

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12 Responses to Getting Old

  1. underwhelmer says:

    Ha ha! I have to show Wife this. I think we have this discussion (the sanity part) at least once a week. 🙂

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  2. Right on, sister. There are too many silver foxes running around. It’s not fair how they age like fine wine.

    Luckily, science is on our side even if time isn’t. Just make sure you don’t end up looking like Jocelyn Wildenstein!

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  3. booksnob says:

    I just had this conversation the other night.
    Me – “No, I don’t care that you’re 41 now, you look better than you did when we met. I just look older.”
    Him – “Shut up, dork”
    Me – “See! You can’t even say that I’m wrong!” [petulant sulking]

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  4. I love love this.,.and your right MEN do seem to get better with age….must be why i married an older gentleman.,..lucky for me he is a optimist…Honey im getting old..(my bday is saturday)…Oh its ok…what? yeah cause I will always be older than you…so that makes you younger all the time…UMM OK honey thanks…

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  5. Anne Schilde says:

    Hmm, I had to think about this. So I thought… Sean Connery… Joan Rivers… Oh well, at least men’s eyesight doesn’t get better with age. 🙂

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  6. sillymexox0 says:

    Did you draw that?!

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  7. demonsking19 says:

    hahahaha its awesome 🙂 true and funny
    did u made all the cartoons ?>

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  9. schwarzmus says:

    Haha, my husband and I have this conversation all the time! I’m no longer the svelte 22 year-old that he first met, but he’s just getting more and more handsome as the years pass. He thinks I’m being ridiculous, too 😛

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