Funny how young people have no sense of what old age really is.It's usually a state of mind ... I will allow that there are those who have health issues that change things completely, while others bring on health problems just by having an old age attitude. I remember my M-I-L telling us she was only living so she would see grandchildren. She was 50! How silly is that.Just as some talk themselves into old age before their time we will keep old age at bay with a youthful mind. Oh, and surely you are not old enough to go into a rest home. *grins*Blessings
I hope you let the air out from his tyres!
mind you, 25% of the population of Waikanae IS over65.......We stayed in the B&B at the end of Kea Street- beautiful
I went to a new hairdressers and she asked if I paid OAP rates, I was mortified and said "no I do not!"My family laughed so much when I told them and said I should have said yes!
I'd cross that company off the list if I was you! The nerve!
I quit a hairdresser because she decided she must guess my age, then added ten years.
Sorry, am laughing... It's not as bad as being asked if one is pregnant... When one is NOT!WHY don't people learn to take a deep breath before they speak? (Asks someone who was born with her foot firmly in her mouth!)... still snickering...
Exceedingly rude. It's happened to me as well. I'm 48, too young to qualify for anything oldish.
Young whippersnapper? More like "little shit"!
Talk to me!