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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Torren61, Jul 16, 2021.
Enjoying 64. People still need me, people still feed me.
And...I'm still mentally a kid.
Yep, I don't recognise the old geezer looking out of the mirror at me. Internally, I'm 27ish.
I'm 78 years OLD, those people who say they're 78 years young, suffer from dementia. I take comfort in the fact that even though I might slip and write new for knew, or no for know, someone somewhere will correct me. Kelnet's spirit lives on!!!!
My neighbour and I. We have both kinds of guitars and both kinds of hats. My wife calls us "Dad and Dave"*.
At 73 I got my first solid body guitar and valve amp. All the old stuff I played was new again. I heard Dave's 5 watt Bugera and suddenly I knew what everyone was on about.
I'm on my second solid body now. These two will be the only solid bodies I'll buy. These are the only guitars I've bought new in over 20 years. What a difference 20 years makes in build quality and price!
One standard deviation below the mean (but just barely, for now).
I just tell people I’m 44…in hexadecimal.
I have always felt younger than I really am, but the “old man” threads are starting to make me feel older.
I still have all of my organs and a head of hair, which I cannot say about most of my peers.
You go out just like you come in.
I'm 21 tomorrow, marked myself accordingly on the poll. Still no tele, still no intentions to get one either.
Drink one for me.
Sorry to disappoint but I'm straight edge, haha.
Physically I’m 65
Mentally I’m 45
Emotionally I’m 25
Ed: Film "The Bishops Wife"
Wow! That’s the exact time I fantasize about being a young man during that fabulous era of great British bands. A bit before my time, though.
Did you ever go to the Marquee Club? I found this June 1966 gig schedule. Pretty amazing.
That’s even better. I’m sober 3 years 3 months. Good for you, man.
Yeah, well wait 'til the rest of us geezers wake up from our nap.
Recently 40. All grown up and ready for my donut.
57 and complete alive, no complains.
I've done many things, and still will do a lot (or not).
Likewise. So many threads about members’ health problems recently has me thinking about what I can do to stay ahead of the curve. I’m cutting out most meat and dairy, and thinking about what exercise I can fit into my schedule so that my wife isn’t selling my gear to pay the mortgage.
It's right there under my avatar.