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You know you're getting old when
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You know you are getting old when you have to keep looking to see what thread you are in.
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You know that you are getting old when you see a young girl shivering in a cropped-top and think 'she should have put a vest on.'

( a vest is a warm undergarment you US people, not a waistcoat).
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jaguarandi Wrote:a vest is a warm undergarment you US people, not a waistcoat

Sorry, we haven't had "waistcoats" since about the mid-19th century. Wink

Perhaps you mean... undershirt? Toungue
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No, I mean A VEST. I speak English (not american) Big Grin and that is what we call them.
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jaguarundi Wrote:No, I mean A VEST. I speak English (not american)

See, that attitude is exactly why we refuse to adhere to your silly metric standards as well. Big Grin You can keep your vests and petticoats and knickers and hooblywanks!
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You know you're getting old when you hear Bon Jovi songs at the grocery store.....and you sing along.
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(04-07-2014, 06:38 AM)Badjedidude Wrote:
jaguarundi Wrote:No, I mean A VEST. I speak English (not american)

See, that attitude is exactly why we refuse to adhere to your silly metric standards as well. Big Grin You can keep your vests and petticoats and knickers and hooblywanks!

Go hooblywank yourself, sirrah! Club
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jaguarundi Wrote:Go hooblywank yourself, sirrah!

Them's fightin' words, mum! Big Grin
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...when someone mentions a celebrity or pro athlete who you know about, & then some kid expresses puzzlement. "Who's Bo Jackson?"...*smh*
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you know you are old when you see civilization declining by the hour
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