finally admit it

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    ltljoker The Great Tang Herder

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    When do you finally admit you are getting older. I have 2 teenage kids that are getting their drivers lisence today :frustrat:. Their goes my insurance bill and my sanity. So today is the day i will finally admit I am getting older:shock:
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    i still got a few years yet until i am old like you
     
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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    You finally admit that you're getting old when you see a hot chick and she calls you "sir".
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    You admit you're getting old when you walk through a school and you are not mistaken for a student :)

    OH and you admit you're getting old when you start a thread about admitting you're older!!
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    You admit it when you take the wife out to eat,and they offer you the senior citizen discount.
     
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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    You admit you're old when the AARP sends you a magazine.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    I got an AARP membership invite when I turned 18. I called them and told them there must be a mistake! The lady on the phone laughed and apologized.
     
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    motorcyclereefer I am Graffiti Petey

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    You should have tried to join. I hear they have good benefits. And Yote, you are only old when they try to offer you the senior discount and you don't correct them.
     
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    Funny topic! My wife and I were just talking about how much older we are than the other parents that our kids go to school with. We're both 38 and all the other moms/dads are in their 20's or early 30's. I don't think I've met one yet that was over 32yrs.

    Screw it! I might be gettin' old, but I can still party and get rowdy when I need too!! -Pirate-

    I'm not THAT old yet. Anybody offers me a senior discount might get kicked in the shin!
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    NDB and I are going to be "old parents" I suppose. I'm in no rush to have kids right now.
     
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    I think your teenagers should pay for their own insurance. If they have to pay for their own expenses then they may be more responsible. Grandpa. :lol:
     
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    tick, tick, tick........
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Hey, they can always freeze her eggs for later ;)
     
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    Biff is still young. She can easily wait another 10-12 yrs before that decision becomes crucial. Life changes a lot in 10yrs.
     
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    fastrd400 It wasn't me! Moderator

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    +1 I'm now 44, and my son is 2 and a half
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Men can wait a li'l longer, biologically speaking. They just have to find a young girl to procreate with LOL Then of course, you can go the Brangelina route and adopt a kid from each country Heheheh
     
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    i think i will be an old parent too...id rather be an old parent than a irresponsible one. when i was younger or even right now, i am financially, emotionally and mentally not prepared to have kids. I was 25 when i started my party days so im a little behind...i have a lot of partying left in me still :)
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    NDB feels the same way. He says that our kids deserve the best that we can provide them, and nothing less than that. Right now we would be unable to provide them with everything that we think our kids would deserve. And I'm not talking about spoiling them with material things -- I'm talking about experiences and opportunities.
     
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    or just to be able to afford the basic means...more importantly, the sleepless nights. I cant handle that. I see my sister in law's kids and how much hell they go thru and its becomes so easy to not want kids...

    2 cats are proving to be a handful here, i cant imagine kids...
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Then again....the other side of it is that I've gotten my "sleepless" nights out of the way early ;)(not counting sleepless nights from worrying that my kid's at a party LOL)
     
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