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Old 12-31-2012, 01:25 PM   #221
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I thought about subscribing to this thread - - - but I'm only 64 and so I'll wait a while

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I thought about subscribing to this thread - - - but I'm only 64 and so I'll wait a while
Shoot- you gots tons of time
At 62 9/10ths i just decided to get in before the rush
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I'm old enough to know better, and young enough to do it again (69).

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I wanted to write something, but forgot what it was

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Doesn't seem to matter what age I am, when younger I was a smartass, now I'm 55, still a smartass (if I can remember the situation). Although, as my favorite person once said: If the women can't find you handsome, make sure they find you handy. I'm still the handiest person I know!

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You know you are an old man: When they give you the senior discount without asking. They always ask if you want help out at the supermarket. When you drop something the ladies will go to pick it up. Women get up and offer you their seat. To preserve your dignity you stay away from street corners with boy scouts. You go play Boche Ball at the park with the other old people. When your rifle that you bought when you were 21 is older than most of the people at the range.

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I can still remember the first time I had sex. I was very frightened, cause I was alone.

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What are all you kids doing in a seniors thread? I'm only 74 and have to wait at least another 10 years before I'll be a senior.

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About 10 years ago, (I'm 74 now), I worked in a shop with a guy that was 5 or 6 years older than me. This guy, George, constantly talked to himself. When I say, constantly, I mean constantly. He was driving everybody in the shop crazy. One day at lunch time, the boss asked George why he talked constantly and George's reply was, " I only talk to people who are as smart as me, or smarter,and since I'm the smartest guy here, I only talk to my self". Senile, hell no not George, everyelse was.
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