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#11 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:14pm

DebDiMaggio

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

I'll repeat what I wrote in the "you know you're old...." thread

I'm 4 ft 11" and I will be a yard tall when I'm 80

Actualy i might even be a yard square!!!!!!

lol  lol

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#12 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:22pm

Mr Grumpy

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

Or cubed?

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#13 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:26pm

pennysaints

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

C'mon then Mr Grumpy, when are you tragic?

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#14 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:27pm

mrpab

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

lol  lol when are you not tragic!? lol  lol

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#15 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:30pm

DebDiMaggio

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

Mr Grumpy wrote:

Or cubed?

when I'm 80 tho!!!!!!!

All my "curves" will not stay curvy at 80, so if I get saggy and loose hight I'll be 3ft by 3ft..... by 3 ft!!!! ????

but I still have 50 years to go.....unlike some!!! lol

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#16 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:35pm

pennysaints

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

Cubism at its very best, like vintage wine. I'll swap ages with you, that'll work for me! :lol     Deb that is exclaim

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#17 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:36pm

Mr Grumpy

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

My son has suggested that I invest in a few cases of the "best ever" 2005 Bordeaux vintage, which should be at their best when I'm... dead!  I admire his forward planning; tragic enough?

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#18 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:37pm

Maree

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Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

No idea what you're talking about, Mr Grumpy, except that it's something to do with some form of sport and is Canadian-based. But I get the gist of what you're saying and can empathise.

Bit like my kids' attitude to the vinyl collection (now trendy again) - "They played music? How?" "Music cassettes? How quaint".

During a New Year (can hardly call it "Spring clean")"tidy up and toss out" spree, I found a Hanson cassette owned by the above speaker.

I threatened to play it at her up-coming 21st unless she "pulled her head in". Finally, I can find the floor in her bedroom smile without "skating" over a year's worth of Uni notes, textbooks and clothes. And, she vacuumed it!

Actually, don't think I wanted to find the floor. Think I will continue to keep her door shut (totally confused- need more coffee)


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#19 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:37pm

DebDiMaggio

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

hehehehe yeah, tragic enough!!!!

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#20 Sun 25 Jan 09 10:39pm

pennysaints

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Re: You know you're "tragic" when...

Mr Grumpy, that'll do for a start! thumbsup

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