This is up there with calling old people and trying to scam them out if their savings.
In my book anyone over 30 is an old fart. That's when they start whining about not being young anymore.
I'm 51. I'll take old. It beats being dead, and it beats people thinking I'm a dumbass who can't function without a smartphone, cannot process more than 140 characters at a time, and needs to live off my parents until I'm 30 :-)In my book anyone over 30 is an old fart. That's when they start whining about not being young anymore.
I learned this from a 45 year old friend who was playing ultimate frisbee with 25 year olds laughing at them because they were whining about how tired they were , unlike in their youth. He was babyfaceed and ran circles around all of them. They all thought he was 28.
And on a similar note I had a passenger who is 25 years old telling me how he was off to play disc golf. What a wimp. That's not a real sport. Unless you play Ultimate Frisbee you ain't jack . Thank you, I feel better now.
No the group is Life Reimagined, an offshoot. Their average age is 52. They attract people in my age group who are often RA'd with some early retirement.The article is centered around AARP which does have a younger threshold for seniors but nonetheless is a subscription for seniors.