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I think I am. I declared that I would grow old disgracefully when I was 60. In a few week's time I will be 70. I haven't got the energy or finances required for a harem of toyboys. Some things never change! However my four daughters are going grey. Two of my grandsons are completely grey. Me? Not a grey hair in sight. No hair dye either. The photographs of women with swollen faces after using hair dye would frighten me too much to risk dyeing it if grey hairs did appear. I am turning into the little old lady who talks to her cat - or dog and chickens in my case. The best thing saved to last. I no longer care what people think about me. If they don't like me, that is their problem , not mine.
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yes
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I think so, maybe I will up till like 25:)
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I hope so!!
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I've gone over the hill!
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"Are you getting better with age? " ... oh geez Louise I hope so otherwise I will be here on ******** forever. I will never graduate from this place ...
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I like to think so anyway. My old bones may disagree.
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Physically my body's chain around my neck which holds up a head full of wandering memories, more outlooks that have much less latitude and other people just flat out irritate me. Mostly because they don't realize they're mortal and they don't have that long to enjoy their lives. Then it hits them and they're trying to change the grooves they've dug into their brains until after very little time at that they just say forget it; I'll just continue to do what I've convinced myself is natural and die in disgust of others and themselves like I'm doing.
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You are not alone in realizing your own mortality...it is what sets us humans apart from animals.
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I think I am. I declared that I would grow old disgracefully when I was 60. In a few week's time I will be 70. I haven't got the energy or finances required for a harem of toyboys. Some things never change! However my four daughters are going grey. Two of my grandsons are completely grey. Me? Not a grey hair in sight. No hair dye either. The photographs of women with swollen faces after using hair dye would frighten me too much to risk dyeing it if grey hairs did appear. I am turning into the little old lady who talks to her cat - or dog and chickens in my case. The best thing saved to last. I no longer care what people think about me. If they don't like me, that is their problem , not mine.
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Hope springs eternal.
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For me it's a trade off. While I'm getting wiser, I'm losing my youthful vigor.
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Heck no. Getting old *****.
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For a while there, I kept getting better with age, but now I think I've reached a plateau.
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Yes, like a fine mid-range wine.
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So far, yeah. I haven't reached my prime yet :P
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Yeppers!
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I Know I am changing. I'm starting not to care what others think of me and I'm being more direct. I'm tired of listening to someones bull and trying to be nice about it.
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I dunno about better, but I guess I'm getting a bit more mature. I'm still pretty immature though.
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I think I am but others will probably say otherwise! One thing for sure I am getting Older and learning more.
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I am fitter than ever before. Happier. Freer.
I have more friends and less stresses.
I have wonderful days with my wife.
Life is GREAT.
What part of "the most wonderful days of my life" would be **** to understand.
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i sure am. i feel great mostof the time for a 60plus person. got a little joint pain but who doesnt at 62??
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Wiser yes, and that where it ****....I am heavier now as in my 30s, and I woke up one morning and realized my body said "Okay Bi**H, its payback time....Everything you done in your teens I am paying you back"....and it did and still is, even though I was a good girl ....I hate getting older....
Only one thing I like is that I can say what I want, and not give a ****
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It doesn't get any finer than wine....
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lol Yes, I find now I just do not care what I forget..
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I am the best me I have ever been! Nothing better then this moment right now.
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No doubt
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Being older means you have much more experience living on earth, and thereby usually wise. (If not wiser than you were as a *****.)
However getting older means you're more likely to develop health issues. Not to mention be treated like crap because people think they can take advantage of you...
I honestly think... It depends how you look at it... I say there is an almost equal amount of pros and cons of growing old.
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Like my family always says: Black don't crack
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On my 60th birthday I woke up feeling like three 20 year olds. I'm still glad to be the age I am even though I've had a lot of pain since right after that day and unable to play guitar, doing physical therapy 4 times a day. Mind, heart, spirit are all better with age. It just takes a bit more work on the body and I'm getting there. Growing older is not for sissies. ;)
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Absolutely not!!
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I'm less weight than when I was younger, I go the gym around four times a week and except for a mild diabetes...I feel great for a seventy plus man....
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Like fine wine or whiskey.
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Ahhhhhh but is AGE getting better with YOU?
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I am just getting.
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I'm falling the **** apart! lol
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Arthrites is settng in getting ****** to be light on feet and what used to take a couple of days rest now takes a week .
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My arthritis is getting worse, but I am healthy otherwise.
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yes I think so.
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I'm only a wean :)

LoL! my dad's era.
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