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    You have to walk somewhere instead of driving because of the snow and your knackered after 15 minutes




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    you realise your Dad was often actually right...

    but you'd never tell him

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    When you have to start trimming your nose hair

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    When you have to start trimming your nose hair

    And ear hair, who designs a body that as you get older you get more deaf, so lets stuff the ears with more hair to make it even harder to hear, genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-C View Post
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    And ear hair, who designs a body that as you get older you get more deaf, so lets stuff the ears with more hair to make it even harder to hear, genius.
    It is a complete design flaw. I am 52 and still have a pretty decent head of hair, thinning but not bad. But is as grey as a grey thing and has been for years. The hair in my lugs which grows thicker than my head now is also now jet black. WTF is that all about

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    When a night in sounds better to you than a night out. Also getting up two or three times a night for a pee. Getting up (eventually) and walking out the room only to forget why you did that.

    My last 2 GPs have been significantly younger than me.

    The thing that really gets to me is on social media when someone puts this album was released 30/35 years ago today and you remember buying it as a teenager. Most of my favourite thrash metal albums are heading fast towards the 40 year old mark


    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.

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    Wee red milk tokens

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    Attractive young ladies start opening the door for you, instead of the other way round.

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    Attractive young ladies start opening the door for you, instead of the other way round.
    That’s saunas for you.

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    That’s saunas for you.
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    When you post something here which is a duplicate of something you posted here a few days ago.

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    When you post something here which is a duplicate of something you posted here a few days ago.
    I know I've posted something, but what is was and what thread?

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    One word? Pfft, I can fart whole sentences.

    I suggest you exercise some caution there.

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    You can remember the days when every pub had the name of the licensee above the door.

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    You can remember Hearts paying their creditors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    You can remember Hearts paying their creditors.

    Sorry, but I refuse to believe anybody on here is that old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith_M View Post
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    Sorry, but I refuse to believe anybody on here is that old.
    May have been an alcohol induced post as evidenced by the time of the post. 😀

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    When you think the Yodel delivery driver looks like a 15 year old school girl.

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    When you call the remote control the big finger or the do da etc

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    When purchasing bathroom scales and a new attachment for a food processor is considered quite an exciting way to spend £50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    When purchasing bathroom scales and a new attachment for a food processor is considered quite an exciting way to spend £50.
    I hope I get put down before that happens! 😀

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    When you call the remote control the big finger or the do da etc
    The buttons 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoreTheGreen View Post
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    When you call the remote control the big finger or the do da etc

    It's called the doobry!


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    Quote Originally Posted by WoreTheGreen View Post
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    When you call the remote control the big finger or the do da etc
    Always found that odd....different if it had a ridiculously long name but since you can just call a remote control a remote, a 6 letter 2 syllable word that describes it perfectly why on Earth do people need to make up really stupid names for it?

    Humans! I’ll never understand them

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltheHibby View Post
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    When you realise that you were born during an event they now teach in history classes. (Cuban missile crisis if you must know)
    I was watching 'the people's history show' last night. They covered a speed record attempt at loch ness from 1952. 1952 is fine - proper ancient history. Then they covered the Scottish Claymore's world bowl win from 1996! 1996!! I immediately thought of your post when I saw that 🤨

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
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    I was watching 'the people's history show' last night. They covered a speed record attempt at loch ness from 1952. 1952 is fine - proper ancient history. Then they covered the Scottish Claymore's world bowl win from 1996! 1996!! I immediately thought of your post when I saw that 🤨
    I'm sure it's happened to most blokes of a certain age, but it really hits you hard when you first start encountering women that you find "fit" and you realise that you were already working in the year that they were born.

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    I'm sure it's happened to most blokes of a certain age, but it really hits you hard when you first start encountering women that you find "fit" and you realise that you were already working in the year that they were born.
    It's even worse when you're closer in age to her granny than her mother.

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    When you read that Oasis are trending on Twitter because Don't Look Back in Anger was released as a single 25 years ago today. I was 9.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    When you read that Oasis are trending on Twitter because Don't Look Back in Anger was released as a single 25 years ago today. I was 9.....
    I was in my late 20s & in the process of splitting up with the first Mrs Peeve.

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    I was in my late 20s & in the process of splitting up with the first Mrs Peeve.
    It's funny because at the time and right through my early teens I could never understand how my parents could still find the music they listened to in the 60s and 70s relevant. I get it now alright.
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