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  • #16
    You know you are old when you realize old age doesn't last that long.

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    • #17
      That's why we tell them Rich. We have to laugh because we are too big to cry.
      The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.

      Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is you are stupid, and make bad decisions.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Morgan101 View Post
        That's why we tell them Rich. We have to laugh because we are too big to cry.

        >sniff< waaah.....HAHHAHA!!!

        Genius is making a way out of no way.

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        • #19
          I met an old guy this morning, then realised it was the mirrored wardrobe.

          Took myself down to the 'mall', got a good hair-cut.

          Tipped the guy extra as 'Danger Money'...

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          • #20
            We'd had our previous car a dozen years, my subconscious could find it in supermarket or mall car parks without fail.

            Our new car was bigger, a different shape, a different colour, and apparently had chameleon skin as I kept losing it in plain sight...

            Got so bad, I bought a budget GARMIN GPS to use the track-back.

            I could NOT make that work.

            In fact, I learned to recognise our car before I figured the Garmin's weird menus...
            ;-)

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            • #21
              I don't know. I am only early 50s. I hope it is a couple of decades away or even longer.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Nik View Post
                We'd had our previous car a dozen years, my subconscious could find it in supermarket or mall car parks without fail.

                Our new car was bigger, a different shape, a different colour, and apparently had chameleon skin as I kept losing it in plain sight...

                Got so bad, I bought a budget GARMIN GPS to use the track-back.

                I could NOT make that work.

                In fact, I learned to recognise our car before I figured the Garmin's weird menus...
                ;-)
                Well, cannot decide if it's more funny or sad actually. :)

                I am in my late 30s and losing my car in a covered mall parking seems to become my weekly routine. And you know what? GPS does not work in covered parkings.

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