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Scrolling to your birth year

This is very true. You also know you’re old when the waitress automatically gives you the senior discount without being asked. The thing that makes you feel the oldest, though, is the honesty of children.

On one of my visits with my brother, his granddaughter was spending the night at his house. She had not seen me in a while, and she stared as if she didn’t quite recognize me. Finally, she came closer and said, “You look different. Did you get gray hair for your birthday?”




Comments on: "Senior Humor – Edition #27 – Scrolling Down | by Linda Brendle" (4)

  1. MRS N, the Author said:

    LOL! 🙂

  2. Holy Cow Linda! That cracked me up. My grandkids other grandma came over the other day and she had them dye a BLUE streak down the side of her hair at the beauty shop. She is in her middle sixties. I knew it was coming when Peyton looked at her. Here is the result————– Grandma did you know grandpa got paint in your hair when he did the garage? I almost choked.

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