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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Nik Henville, Mar 11, 2019.
Not mine. Just a picture to indicate my year of manufacture.
I'm 51-and-a-half, so there.
Turned '61 last month. Don't mind getting old, because I almost died at 46.....makes a person look at things differently. Very happy to be an old geezer, very happy to be able to play guitar (even if it's not as easy as it used to be)....and still like to look at beautiful 18 year old women, I just hate when they call me "sir". Kind of kills the dream.
I’m born in 1960 and prefer the term vintage...
punk-assed kid at the local supermarket...
Asked me if I wanted a hand by saying "Need some help, gramps..."
For pity's sake, the "me" that lives in here is in his early twenties and nearly swung for him.
So I said to him, I said... something... Who was I talking to? What have I come to this damned shop for? Meh...
Well, Gramps, did you need some help?
31 in August. Not losing my hair yet but getting the odd grey sneaking in
Say what now? Who the... Why in tarnationd did... Wait just a cottin pickin'...
Why, I oughta...
I used to be with it, but then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems weird and scary to me, and it'll happen to you, too...
Yea, I'm full of it...vintage wine, what were you thinkin?
yeah why do they keep carding me at the grocery for beer? my God I'm 60 with a grey beard...wtf are they wasting my time for?
It's kinda funny when I'm riding my Harley in leather, boots, bandana with beard and sun glasses everyone kind of steps back either in fear or reverence...look out it's the freakin terminator or something, no it's just me...now get the f*ck out of my way...lol
Wooferhead1, don't take the carding personal. I've worked pretty much my whole life in the grocery store business.
Especially in todays world of being PC, they want to treat all customers the same, regardless if one does look age appropriate.
Its the times were living in type thing.
Don’t go into a Walgreens to buy a pack of smokes without your ID you will walk out empty handed
Went to Meijers bought food and beer last December, didn't realize my license had expired a couple weeks earler in November (oops another birthday and senility is setting in) and guess what they wouldn't accept my expired license?? I was a bit peeved and thirsty, luckily my wife was in line and they took her id...I guess I grew up in a time where when you were young and dumb and caught with an open container the cop just took the beer and sent you home...no ticket...lol - now it's like a felony, life without parole...I was born 200 year too late - I should have been a pirate
hey it's the Rolling Stones...on tour again?
I thought it was Brian, Phil, and Angus.
Vintage 1965 here - 53 years old.
Men age like wine.
Women age like milk.