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#1 Edited by JasonR86 (9608 posts) -

I'm not old but sometimes I feel old. Just a few moments ago I felt really old.

I went to a store to buy some clothes which is something I'm not fond of. I usually want to get in and get out as quickly as possible. So I picked some pants and shirts that I liked, roughly estimated whether or not I thought they would fit, and then went to the cashier. She tallied up the total and it wasn't awful but it was enough money that I wasn't too pumped to pay it. Then she asked if I would like to sign up with their rewards program-thing and save 20% on this purchase. I said sure. I usually say 'no' to questions like that but 20% is nothing to scoff at. So I went through the whole process and then shit started rolling.

She mentioned all these discounts I got, which was nice, but then something about the store's "bucks" and then said I could pay off some balance online or in the store if I wanted which means I think I signed up for a credit card but I don't know. I was overwhelmed. She talked really fast about a lot of things I know nothing about. But because I didn't want to sound like an idiot I just nodded my head and acted confident as if I knew exactly what she was talking about. When I left the store I had to stop and think to myself, "What the fuck just happened?"

So, make me feel better about myself by relaying some stories of when you felt really, really old.

EDIT:

I did some more digging and what I got was a coupon because I spend over a certain amount of money. I did open a credit line but I didn't spend any money on the card which I've now closed.

#2 Edited by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

Try getting married.

Being with the same girl for over 15 years.

Looking at my mortgage realising I have 27 years left on it.

Hair is going gray.

Getting a lot more nose hair, hell I think it's coming out of my ears now.

A new pain somewhere else on my body in the morning.

I think I'm the only one here who remembers Pong as the only console at the time.

Remembering when call in waiting was a brand new thing.

Starz was Prism and pro wrestling was real ( well at least they pretended it was)

Kid you ain't old no offense.

#3 Posted by laserbolts (5311 posts) -

Did you shit yourself? I feel old everyday wheb I can't remember where I put my car keys. Oh and whenever I party the next day always reminds me that I'm gettin to old for this shit.

#4 Posted by JasonR86 (9608 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

Try getting married.

Being with the same girl for over 15 years.

Looking at my mortgage realising I have 27 years left on it.

Hair is going gray.

Getting a lot more nose hair, hell I think it's coming out of my ears now.

A new pain somewhere else on my body in the morning.

I think I'm the only one here who remembers Pong as the only console at the time.

Remembering when call in waiting a brand new thing.

Kid you ain't old no offense.

That's why I said I'm not old in the very first sentence of my post. I also have the nose hair thing and a mortgage and remember when call waiting was new so...uh...boom.

#5 Edited by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

That sucks then At least I didn't get nose hair until my 30's.

I hire kids the same age as my daughter (17 BTW) And the little twerps got more facial hair than me.

Try being in your 40's and the best you can grow is peach fuzz. Plus my gen didn't quote boom.

I saw Star Wars at theater when I was 7.

But actually getting old sucks, but it's inevitable. I'm just having as much fun along the way as I can.

#6 Edited by CornBREDX (4808 posts) -

Everytime I go on the forums (of any website) or see or hear what people are into these days or when they play a Random PC game and it's a game ive been playing since the 90s then I realize that was around 20 years ago or more and they're talking about how classic it is. Sigh.
 
Moments like that always make me feel old. 
 
And if I may comment on your story, when I'm in situations like that I robotically respond no. I don't agree to things I don't understand, and if the person is nice I will ask them questions If i'm interested. 

#7 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@laserbolts said:

Did you shit yourself? I feel old everyday wheb I can't remember where I put my car keys. Oh and whenever I party the next day always reminds me that I'm gettin to old for this shit.

Not yet. I have sharted though. You know you're getting old when you plan around the next day hangover. Sad but true.

#8 Posted by Morrow (1828 posts) -

@JasonR86 said:

She talked really fast about a lot of things I know nothing about. But because I didn't want to sound like an idiot I just nodded my head and acted confident as if I knew exactly what she was talking about. When I left the store I had to stop and think to myself, "What the fuck just happened?"

That's why men between 18-29 are often a target audience. They make the best customers.

#9 Posted by Shaka999 (453 posts) -

Granted, I'm still in college so I can't really complain, but I'm about to graduate... and yeah. Real world... what the fuck. Anyways, my big moment that made me realize I'm growing up was after my freshman year, I was in my car with all of my stuff driving back to my hometown with my mother and she informed me that my sister delivered a kid a few days before I took a final, which was news to me because I never realized my sister was pregnant (which is a long, long story in itself). But sure enough, I came home and my niece has been living with my family ever since.

#10 Posted by stryker1121 (1345 posts) -

@JasonR86: That's why I never sign up for store discounts like that, cuz that shiz is over my head , too. Automatic no everytime from me. As for getting old in general, I can relate. I'll go to the grocery store or mall and forget where I parked. I'm "that guy" you see cutting through rows to look for his car. Biggest change of getting older is dietary, in that I can no longer eat/drink anything I want and not feel it. Especially on vacation when I want to "splurge" I have to watch what I eat, cuz it messes me up every time, particularly when combined with some beers.

#11 Posted by wrecks (2210 posts) -
@Marcsman: Star Wars... I was 8! What a great summer that was. 
I actually enjoy life more now than when I was younger, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Seasoned Pros man.
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#12 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@wrecks said:

@Marcsman: Star Wars... I was 8! What a great summer that was. I actually enjoy life more now than when I was younger, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Seasoned Pros man.

My man I salute you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was the summer of 77, a great summer indeed.

#13 Posted by Phatmac (5721 posts) -

Just gotta take shit in stride man. :\

#14 Posted by Warchief (651 posts) -

While things change I am really quite happy now that I am getting older. Including dating my Wife and I have been together for 10 years, we have an amazing daughter and a very happy 7mo old puppy running around the house.

The only stuff that honestly bothers me is now depending on the day I either A. Want to quit my job and be a stay at home Dad for a few years, or B. Find a new company that does not have the core business function of selling stuff to people.

I would also like to move to a new state next year.

Meh, whatever everyday you wake up is an gift.

#15 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@Warchief said:

While things change I am really quite happy now that I am getting older. Including dating my Wife and I have been together for 10 years, we have an amazing daughter and a very happy 7mo old puppy running around the house.

The only stuff that honestly bothers me is now depending on the day I either A. Want to quit my job and be a stay at home Dad for a few years, or B. Find a new company that does not have the core business function of selling stuff to people.

I would also like to move to a new state next year.

Meh, whatever everyday you wake up is an gift.

You still date your wife? I can't get mine out of the house.

#16 Posted by psylah (2162 posts) -

A few years ago I decided to do some things I always wanted to do, because I wanted to do them while I was still young (was 24 at the time).

I always wanted a fast, modded car. So I bought one. 95 240SX with a Skyline GT-R motor swapped in. Fully adjustable suspension, the works. It wasn't too expensive, either. I was pumped.

But driving it was another matter. I basically go to work and then home every day, and on the way home, I don't want to have to shift gears, or worry about traction, or worry about cops seeing 3ft flames shooting out of my exhaust, or have my bones ground to dust by what is essentially a racing suspension. Now here I am thinking about selling it, having had no desire to drive it in months.

I don't regret having done it, I now know a hot car isn't for me. Otherwise I would have regretted not giving it a shot when I am in my 40's. I just guess I am too old and tired after work to enjoy my project car.

#17 Posted by JasonR86 (9608 posts) -

@Morrow said:

@JasonR86 said:

She talked really fast about a lot of things I know nothing about. But because I didn't want to sound like an idiot I just nodded my head and acted confident as if I knew exactly what she was talking about. When I left the store I had to stop and think to myself, "What the fuck just happened?"

That's why men between 18-29 are often a target audience. They make the best customers.

Well at least I acted my age (25). I usually say no automatically to questions like that but the cost was pretty high for the clothes.

I did some more digging and what I got was a coupon because I spend over a certain amount of money. I did open a credit line but I didn't spend any money on the card which I've now closed.

#18 Posted by Khadyn (228 posts) -

When you get the dreaded AARP reminder in the mail exactly a month after you turn 40. Yep, got mine and numerous friends got theirs already and we all complained about it....

#19 Posted by BigDaddy81 (317 posts) -

When you are old, a good day is a day without pain. I don't have good days.

Foot pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, and somehow throwing your goddamn back out not by doing any strenuous work but by shifting slightly in bed. And to think, it only gets worse from here.

If there is a god, he has a lot to answer for. For an all-powerful, all-wise, and omnipotent being, he sure as shit doesn't know how to build a decently made human being. It's like he outsourced it to China.

#20 Posted by oldenglishC (922 posts) -

Erectile dysfunction. That's when old age really hits home.

#21 Edited by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@oldenglishC said:

Erectile dysfunction. That's when old age really hits home.

What????????????????????????? I have uncles that are in their 60's and they don't have that issue.

#22 Posted by davo (141 posts) -

I'm 26, which means I'm only 4 years away from being 30. I always figured that I'd be sitting at some table sorting out an endless pile of bills at this age, but nah, video games.

#23 Posted by oldenglishC (922 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

@oldenglishC said:

Erectile dysfunction. That's when old age really hits home.

What????????????????????????? I have uncles that are in their 60's and they don't have that issue.

It's not an actual medical problem, it's a pet name for my wife. ZING!

#24 Posted by BraveToaster (12590 posts) -

I don't feel old. Hell, people think that I look 10 years younger than my age.

#25 Posted by believer258 (11637 posts) -

@Morrow said:

@JasonR86 said:

She talked really fast about a lot of things I know nothing about. But because I didn't want to sound like an idiot I just nodded my head and acted confident as if I knew exactly what she was talking about. When I left the store I had to stop and think to myself, "What the fuck just happened?"

That's why men between 18-29 are often a target audience. They make the best customers.

Not me. When store clerks ask me that sort of thing, I go NO GODDAMMIT JUST SELL ME THE FUCKING PRODUCT RIGHT NOW.

I may or may not be that loud and obnoxious.

#26 Posted by S0ndor (2715 posts) -

My parents are nearing 50, and we started getting pamphlets from the local funeral home in the mail. Ouch.

#27 Posted by crazyleaves (640 posts) -

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

#28 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@oldenglishC said:

@Marcsman said:

@oldenglishC said:

Erectile dysfunction. That's when old age really hits home.

What????????????????????????? I have uncles that are in their 60's and they don't have that issue.

It's not an actual medical problem, it's a pet name for my wife. ZING!

Ha ha ha. I call mine Mrs. Killjoy..

#29 Posted by mlarrabee (2886 posts) -

The older you get, the more you're willing to admit how little you know, or want to know.

And the more obvious it is when someone younger is putting on a facade of confidence so as to not appear young or inexperienced.

I've been on both sides plenty, though on the false confidence side more often.

#30 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

#31 Posted by Colourful_Hippie (4330 posts) -

I'll only start worrying about getting old once I'm married and become a dad and realize that a life centered around me is over. For now it's time to make the most of it. Oh and always say no to those kind of stupid deals, they're never worth the hassles.

#32 Posted by A_Talking_Donkey (262 posts) -

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

#33 Posted by JacDG (2114 posts) -
@A_Talking_Donkey said:

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

Hah, I had the same feeling this summer when I applied for University, 20 years old though so only 25% through life (hopefully less), but damn, that realization made me go to a very depressing place for months, still not over it, life is too damn short, soon it'll be nothing but work, getting home late, sleeping and just watching time pass, wish I could slow down time and just enjoy stuff.
#34 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

I'm 27 and I have a bad hip. Take that, whippersnappers!

#35 Edited by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@JacDG said:

@A_Talking_Donkey said:

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

Hah, I had the same feeling this summer when I applied for University, 20 years old though so only 25% through life (hopefully less), but damn, that realization made me go to a very depressing place for months, still not over it, life is too damn short, soon it'll be nothing but work, getting home late, sleeping and just watching time pass, wish I could slow down time and just enjoy stuff.

Wow. Depressed because you are 20? I don't even know what to say...................

Yes I do get over it. You're fucking 20 years old , you cannot even buy booze yet. Seriously depressed for months because you are 20? Spare me.

#36 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I think the moment I realized I was getting old was when I bought a pair of old man slippers just so I wouldn't have to sit down to put my shoes on. Because it would be too much of a hassle to sit down, put my shoes on, then get back up.

#37 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@PrivateIronTFU said:

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I think the moment I realized I was getting old was when I bought a pair of old man slippers just so I wouldn't have to sit down to put my shoes on. Because it would be too much of a hassle to sit down, put my shoes on, then get back up.

Ha ha ha. I"ve had them for years. They keep the feet warm. You know you're really old when you wear them with black socks (like I do)

#38 Edited by JacDG (2114 posts) -
@Marcsman said:

@JacDG said:

@A_Talking_Donkey said:

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

Hah, I had the same feeling this summer when I applied for University, 20 years old though so only 25% through life (hopefully less), but damn, that realization made me go to a very depressing place for months, still not over it, life is too damn short, soon it'll be nothing but work, getting home late, sleeping and just watching time pass, wish I could slow down time and just enjoy stuff.

Wow. Depressed because you are 20? I don't even know what to say...................

Yes I do get over it. You're fucking 20 years old , you cannot even buy booze yet. Seriously depressed for months because you are 20? Spare me.

Not depressed, just sad or aware of how short life is, should have put it better. I'm a "The grass WAS greener on the other side" kind of guy, so even though the past few months have been amazing, I still miss being a kid without worries and over thinking everything (like I did in the stated situation). And I've been able to buy booze since I was 16, there are some advantages of being European.
#39 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (8698 posts) -

Having any kind of interaction with the government. Makes me feel too old to care.

#40 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@JacDG said:

@Marcsman said:

@JacDG said:

@A_Talking_Donkey said:

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

Hah, I had the same feeling this summer when I applied for University, 20 years old though so only 25% through life (hopefully less), but damn, that realization made me go to a very depressing place for months, still not over it, life is too damn short, soon it'll be nothing but work, getting home late, sleeping and just watching time pass, wish I could slow down time and just enjoy stuff.

Wow. Depressed because you are 20? I don't even know what to say...................

Yes I do get over it. You're fucking 20 years old , you cannot even buy booze yet. Seriously depressed for months because you are 20? Spare me.

Not depressed, just sad or aware of how short life is, should have put it better. And I've been able to buy booze since I was 16, there are some advantages of being European.

That's better. But seriously at 20 all I cared about was getting laid and paid. Never occured to me that life would end. Cheer up mate I'm 42 and life is fucking fantastic.

#41 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

Try getting married.

Being with the same girl for over 15 years.

Looking at my mortgage realising I have 27 years left on it.

Hair is going gray.

Getting a lot more nose hair, hell I think it's coming out of my ears now.

A new pain somewhere else on my body in the morning.

I think I'm the only one here who remembers Pong as the only console at the time.

Remembering when call in waiting was a brand new thing.

Starz was Prism and pro wrestling was real ( well at least they pretended it was)

Kid you ain't old no offense.

Thanks, you just made me feel a whole lot better about myself and turning 30 in a couple weeks.

#42 Posted by JacDG (2114 posts) -
@Marcsman said:

@JacDG said:

@Marcsman said:

@JacDG said:

@A_Talking_Donkey said:

I'm 25 so I'm not old, but boy was the 25th birthday one of the most depressing things ever. After I was done hanging out with my friends I went home and thought to myself how 25 is almost a third of the way to 80 (a third is 26.6) and how most people in my family don't make it that far. It dawned on me that I was a third of the way dead and haven't done a damn thing with my life, and I felt kinda old for a moment.

The other really bizarre moment was when I was 23 and realized most of the girls in the porn I was watching were 5 years younger than me. Nothing but MILF porn for me now.

Hah, I had the same feeling this summer when I applied for University, 20 years old though so only 25% through life (hopefully less), but damn, that realization made me go to a very depressing place for months, still not over it, life is too damn short, soon it'll be nothing but work, getting home late, sleeping and just watching time pass, wish I could slow down time and just enjoy stuff.

Wow. Depressed because you are 20? I don't even know what to say...................

Yes I do get over it. You're fucking 20 years old , you cannot even buy booze yet. Seriously depressed for months because you are 20? Spare me.

Not depressed, just sad or aware of how short life is, should have put it better. And I've been able to buy booze since I was 16, there are some advantages of being European.

That's better. But seriously at 20 all I cared about was getting laid and paid. Never occured to me that life would end. Cheer up mate I'm 42 and life is fucking fantastic.

Well, I remember the first time it occurred to we'd all pass away, was when I was about 8 years old, and didn't get any real sleep for about 3 weeks, because I suddenly realized my mom was going to die, still remember me going to the bathroom in the middle of the night so I could cry in peace, whilst reading cartoons, hah, I've always been thinking too much for my own good, plus I HATE change, not a good combination! But don't worry, a family holiday to France changed my perspective a bit, and as I said in my edited post, the past few months have been amazing and I've learned just to enjoy myself whilst I can. I'm still "scared" that it's almost time for me to move away from home, find a job an be somewhat responsible though, I'm just a big kid at heart. Oh well.
#43 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@McGhee said:

@Marcsman said:

Try getting married.

Being with the same girl for over 15 years.

Looking at my mortgage realising I have 27 years left on it.

Hair is going gray.

Getting a lot more nose hair, hell I think it's coming out of my ears now.

A new pain somewhere else on my body in the morning.

I think I'm the only one here who remembers Pong as the only console at the time.

Remembering when call in waiting was a brand new thing.

Starz was Prism and pro wrestling was real ( well at least they pretended it was)

Kid you ain't old no offense.

Thanks, you just made me feel a whole lot better about myself and turning 30 in a couple weeks.

My 30's were a hell of lot better than my 20's. You get wiser, makes life easier. Trust me. Glad I made your day and have few on your Birthday for this old man. Hehe bottoms up.

#44 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@JacDG: Moving away from home is usually the start of the best chapters of your life. It was for me.

#45 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

@McGhee said:

@Marcsman said:

Try getting married.

Being with the same girl for over 15 years.

Looking at my mortgage realising I have 27 years left on it.

Hair is going gray.

Getting a lot more nose hair, hell I think it's coming out of my ears now.

A new pain somewhere else on my body in the morning.

I think I'm the only one here who remembers Pong as the only console at the time.

Remembering when call in waiting was a brand new thing.

Starz was Prism and pro wrestling was real ( well at least they pretended it was)

Kid you ain't old no offense.

Thanks, you just made me feel a whole lot better about myself and turning 30 in a couple weeks.

My 30's were a hell of lot better than my 20's. You get wiser, makes life easier. Trust me. Glad I made your day and have few on your Birthday for this old man. Hehe bottoms up.

Thanks. Ha. Will do.

Fear of getting old has actually gotten my ass in gear to recently accomplish some of the things I should have done a long time ago. Physically I'm in way better shape than when I was 20. Not to mention how much of a clueless dumbass I was then. I'm just a little bit smarter now. lol

Starting to look forward to my 30s.

#46 Edited by believer258 (11637 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I figured I would be able to put on my underwear while standing long into my 40's. Shit.

EDIT: 21, by the way. I can't sit still except when playing video games.

#47 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@believer258 said:

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I figured I would be able to put on my underwear while standing long into my 40's. Shit.

EDIT: 21, by the way. I can't sit still except when playing video games.

Hell no. That ends somewhere in your 30's. Hell I cannot even put on sweats anymore with out sitting. Sorry man agility and dexterity are the first to go.

#48 Posted by crazyleaves (640 posts) -
@believer258

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I figured I would be able to put on my underwear while standing long into my 40's. Shit.

EDIT: 21, by the way. I can't sit still except when playing video games.

To top it off my dog heard me wailing and comes in and licks me on the face while I am COMPLETELY immobile. It was like a goddamn sitcom.
#49 Posted by Marcsman (3118 posts) -

@crazyleaves said:

@believer258

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I figured I would be able to put on my underwear while standing long into my 40's. Shit.

EDIT: 21, by the way. I can't sit still except when playing video games.



To top it off my dog heard me wailing and comes in and licks me on the face while I am COMPLETELY immobile. It was like a goddamn sitcom.

Ha ha ha. Stop that shit. Us old timers don't have the best control over our bodily functions anymore. I'm still at work I can't piss myself. Ha ha ha

#50 Posted by believer258 (11637 posts) -

@Marcsman said:

@believer258 said:

@Marcsman said:

@crazyleaves said:

While I may not be as old as come of you duders, I turn 34 on the first. I have to say my getting old moment was when I collapsed on the tile trying to put my underwear on after a shower. Sciatica man, fuck that shit.

Man never put on underwear while you are standing. You ain't in your 20's anymore.

I figured I would be able to put on my underwear while standing long into my 40's. Shit.

EDIT: 21, by the way. I can't sit still except when playing video games.

Hell no. That ends somewhere in your 30's. Hell I cannot even put on sweats anymore with out sitting. Sorry man agility and dexterity are the first to go.