4 Responses to “I’m getting old”

  1. Ann Klein November 26, 2007 at 9:33 AM #

    Yeah, I know the feeling. When I was nineteen, I worked second shift, got off at 11:30, changed, went to the bar (I either knew people or I used my fake. :P), closed the bar, then went to eat, got home at 5, get ready for classes and go to those all day and then be to work by 3:00. I would literally stay up for days on end. I can’t imagine doing that now. There’s no way in hell you could PAY me to do that.

  2. Annie November 26, 2007 at 9:44 AM #

    Second the getting old thing. It’s so not fair that for a night of fun now, we have to suffer the entire next day. đŸ˜›

    And you’re allowed to be a bum every once in a while! (Especially since I’m not living down there anymore… someone has to step into the beach bum title occasionally!!)

  3. sandy l November 26, 2007 at 3:29 PM #

    I don’t think the aging process starts until you have children. Then, it is accelerated! lol.

  4. Kristie(J) November 26, 2007 at 10:23 PM #

    I went out to a bar on Saturday night too *g*. First time in probably 25 years when I went with a group of women just to have a good time. Which I did – had a very good time that is. But boy have things changed in 25 years. HAVE THEY EVER CHANGED!!!
    OK – may as well get long here. Men and women don’t dance together??!!?!?!?! At least at the bar I went to, women get up and dance with each other and then I happened to walk by the dance floor and all these guys were standing around watching??? What’s with that?? In my day (and OMG I don’t believe I just used that expression) guys came up and asked women to dance. Then again if they liked them. Then they would sit and talk – well yell if it was loud. But Saturday night all I could think of was what a ‘meat market!’
    I had a great time but that’s because I enjoyed the women I was with. If I’d been hoping to meet a guy – I would have been devastated by the whole thing. As it is, I’m sad for the way it seems to be.

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