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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by GHT, Apr 18, 2014.
when you look in the mirror and wonder, "who is that guy?"
That was me last year when the California Department of Motor Vehicles politely requested I have the photo on my driver's license updated after 20-something years. Now every time I look at my license I think, "Who's that old man?"
I hate drivers' license photos. I always get "jail matron" no matter what I try to do.
Holy moly, Sir Anthony Hopkins is nearly 82 years old!
I still dont own any thing that new!
Took my driver's test in one of these (same model, not nearly as nice condition!)
My modern work truck is 32 years old. That's the newest thing machine that I own.
It is nothing if it doesn't roll on 30" x 3 1/2" clinchers or on 440/450 x 21" balloons.
Your first prostate exam.
Oh yes, and they don't come any funnier than Mr. Connolly's take on a prostrate examination.
Or when you realize your teen crushes could have been the Go-Gos' mothers![emoji15]
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I just googled my teen crush. She is now 62 years old. Aren't teen crushes supposed to stay forever young??
Verona Pooth (Feldbusch), now 51 years old, half bolivian. Not really my teen crush (never had one), but very popular in the 90s.
They do, just don't put 'in 2019' after their name on google searches.
When you find out the flashing lights and floaters that suddenly appeared in your eye meant you might have to have immediate eye surgery for retinal detachment. Getting older sucks.
You will feel a slight pressure. Never knew before that my doctor was such a liar.
When the business report on the radio leads with news that the clothing retailer Forever 21 has filed for bankruptcy protection and plans to shutter nearly 200 stores.
Forever 21 may have entered my consciousness at a point or two, but I can’t recall precisely when that might have been.
Tonight’s report informs that the chain was founded with a single store in the 1990s by a married couple, Korean immigrants both, and their kids. They were pioneers in something called “fast fashion.” They got the latest looks in the stores in a hurry and turned it over just in time for the next hot thing.
I was already a good couple of decades past the age of the store’s target audience when they got it off the ground.
In the old days when you died, some cultures used to put a coin in your mouth so that you would have something to pay the ferryman with when he took you across the river Styx to the underworld. It seems that nothing has changed. You still must pay as you head for the exit:
Bay Area woman dies at 102, DirecTV charges early termination fee
Death! Call that an excuse? https://metro.co.uk/2016/12/05/man-...days-despite-being-dead-at-the-wheel-6301567/
We have an expression for that kind of pettiness. "Jobsworth." As in. "It's more than my job's worth."
Holy cow! You can't make this stuff up.
You know you are getting old when you cough and fart at the same time, and can't do much to avoid either. (So embarrassing.)