You Know You are Getting Old When……..

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You Know You are Getting Old When

It’s going to happen, it’s inevitable, we all get old.  Life can be a little unfair as we get older such as having more aches and pains, but the one thing we never lose is our ability to laugh, our humor.  Here is a quick list that I thought you might like and cheer you up.  When you get down and depressed about getting a year older, nothing picks you back up like laughter.  So here we go with You Know You are Getting Old When!

 

You Know You are Getting Old When!

 

  • Your phone book has more doctors name than friends names.
  • You walk into a bar and wonder why they play the music so loud.
  • You get mad because people leave the lights on.
  • You sit in a rocking chair and can’t get it to move.
  • Your medicine cabinet is full.
  • You quit holding your stomach in no matter who enters the room.
  • You brag about how much you paid for your first house.
  • People call at 5 pm and wake you up.
  • You like prunes.
  • You tell people about your bowel movements.
  • You show people your soars.
  • You send money to PBS
  • You feel a 10-year mortgage is way too long.
  • You throw a bash and your neighbors didn’t complain about the noise.
  • You bend over for a penny.
  • It takes two tries to get up from the couch.
  • When your idea of a night out is sitting on your front porch.
  • When your happy hour is a nap.
  • Everything on your body hurts.
  • You no longer eat rainbow marshmallow cereal, now your pills are the rainbow in your life.
  • Your joints predict the weather more acutely than a $100K doppler radar.
  • People in their 60’s look young to you.
  • It’s no longer the police telling you to slow down, now it’s your doctor.
  • You know where your prostate is located.
  • Instead of sharing war stories, you sharing operation stories.
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I grew up in a small town in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I worked my way through DePaul University in the construction industry. After college I worked in the financial industry and school system. I have also been in the technology field for a couple of years. Currently I write for GT Today and another power tool publication, plus I am a part time firefighter. My only hobby is spending time with my wife and kids.

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