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When you think of things that you *could* do (like skiing, skateboarding etc etc) and realise that, actually, you might never do them again....






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When you start teaching the children of the kids you taught when THEY were in Primary school!

 
 
 
 


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The Last Jedi sucks because it can't happen that way.





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You cant let loose a bush oyster without worrying that ya falsies will rapidly follow suit.

 

 

 

Yes, there are a couple of definitions of bush oyster - so it's not the bush oyster that is gently simmered in a garlic sauce.





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Need one pair of glasses to find the other pair of glasses ...





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SepticSceptic:

You cant let loose a bush oyster without worrying that ya falsies will rapidly follow suit.


 


Yes, there are a couple of definitions of bush oyster - so it's not the bush oyster that is gently simmered in a garlic sauce.



I’m outside having a cold one on a hot day, happily I don’t have falsies otherwise they’d be on the grass now after reading your post l

 
 
 
 


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When you pre-book your Uber for Home at 10:30 before you’ve even gone out.

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Mspec:

 

Some of these are worth a read.

 

http://cheezburger.com/2220549/21-tweets-about-getting-old-thatll-make-you-feel-old-as-dirt-itself

 

 

I did like number 10  - about getting finger cramps looking for your DOB year - these days looking for the DOB year spins faster than most pokie machines ;0(





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Mspec:


Some of these are worth a read.


http://cheezburger.com/2220549/21-tweets-about-getting-old-thatll-make-you-feel-old-as-dirt-itself



I did like number 10  - about getting finger cramps looking for your DOB year - these days looking for the DOB year spins faster than most pokie machines ;0(



If you scroll and your DOB Year is not there , then you have a problem! And yet another Queen’s birthday card to read

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When you own too many RS232/USB converters. laughing





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When you book a window seat for one hour flights, but always book an aisle seat for longer flights so it's easy to visit the loo!


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Tinkerisk:

 

When you own too many RS232/USB converters. laughing

 

 

When you know what RS232 is!


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tdgeek:
SepticSceptic:

 

Mspec:

 

 

 

Some of these are worth a read.

 

 

 

http://cheezburger.com/2220549/21-tweets-about-getting-old-thatll-make-you-feel-old-as-dirt-itself

 

 

 

 

 

 

I did like number 10  - about getting finger cramps looking for your DOB year - these days looking for the DOB year spins faster than most pokie machines ;0(

 



If you scroll and your DOB Year is not there , then you have a problem! And yet another Queen’s birthday card to read

 

I never know my age or DOB, I know the day but year never its a question my wife has to answer. Age means nothing to me.





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When you start calling people 'young fella';

 

you remember buying 1 cent lollies;

 

You remember when 'Farmers' was a real store that sold everything;

 

You remember when parallel ports were cool;


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