I call 26 year olds, “kids these days”.
I pay attention to those prescription drug commercials.
I take notes about the prescription drug commercials.
I text my friends about prescription drug commercials.
It takes a few tries to get off of the couch.
“Working out” is mowing the lawn.
Technology starts to baffle me and I have to resort to having my teenagers explain how electronic devices work. I still don’t understand. I start to reminisce about the days when things were easy. GAWD I miss rotary phones.
I look forward to senior citizen discounts and elastic waistband pants.
I wear granny panties.
I look in the mirror and think, “Damn! Look how those granny panties are holding everything in so nice and tight!”
I miss my love handles, because now I have a couple sidecars on my waistline.
My joints creak more than the floorboards in a 100 year old house.
I say things to my kids that my mom said to me and it actually sounds like GOOD ADVICE.