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  1. #1 Husband is zonked out on couch ... 
    Drive-by Poster ABC in Georgia's Avatar
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    He is driving me insane!

    Love him to pieces, but he still thinks he is ... and participates in sports, as if he is still 18 years old.

    Old "jocks" never die ... they just snore away when they think you are not looking! Ha! Ha!

    Question how many in here are in their late 60's?

    Answer truthfully if you dare! :D

    I am 69, absolutely still with it mentally ... watch my weight ... love politics ... am a "news groupie" ... can't type worth diddly using only 2 fingers ... and in general, love my life.

    Why can't men at least try to age gracefully, huh?
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    Ha!!!! :D
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Now would be the time to see if the warm-water-sleeper-hand trick still works on the over 60 crowd!

    Just kidding....that would be mean and possibly hilarious. :D

    We have a number of members in their 60s or close to it.
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    I'm in my prime.....:D
    Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Ha!!!! :D
    Hey SR!

    Glad you are feeling more up to your old self. Oops! Didn't mean "old" ... especially in this thread! :D

    Mercy! Am married to a "day person" and I am, and always have been a "night person."

    Oh well, such is life!

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    I'm becoming a night person more after the stroke. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Now would be the time to see if the warm-water-sleeper-hand trick still works on the over 60 crowd!

    Just kidding....that would be mean and possibly hilarious. :D

    We have a number of members in their 60s or close to it.
    Oh Ginger ...

    Ha! ha! Could possibly teach a few in here some tricks that still work to this day! :eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABC in Georgia View Post
    Oh Ginger ...

    Ha! ha! Could possibly teach a few in here some tricks that still work to this day! :eek:

    ~ ABC
    I would never doubt it. Are you guys retired yet? Tell us a little about yourselves (or anything scandalous about your husband since he's zonked out and will never see it). :D
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    Replying to my own post here ... Ginger

    Depends on how much energy the man has left ... after all his tennis, golf, jogging, and taking our dog out for a 3 mile run most days etc.

    Know lots of tricks when needed, but also know when is a waste of time to try "flogging a dead horse!" :eek:

    Weekends, if not going out or having folks over ... is when he does his *best* flaking out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I would never doubt it. Are you guys retired yet? Tell us a little about yourselves (or anything scandalous about your husband since he's zonked out and will never see it). :D
    Ginger ...

    Yes, we are retired. Back in 1998 to be exact. Were fortunate enough to retire early, while still young enough to enjoy it. Still are enjoying it actually ... when able to keep the man awake at night, that is! :)

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