Why Think Young When You Can Think Old?

May 26, 2011 § 2 Comments

A currently running commercial urges seniors to think young. I say, we earned it, let’s think old.

Characteristics of old thinking:

  • Why exercise when you can park right in front of where you want to go?
  • What’s better than one recliner? Two!
  • Discovery of the multi-uses of zip-lock bags at a buffet.
  • Perfect your intonation on, “Will you get that for me, please?”
  • Senior discounts rule. Some start as early as 55. Make it your business to know.
  • Using your age as an excuse for what you don’t want to do. “I’m not able to do that anymore   … sorry.”
  • Why pay full price when there’s perfectly good thrift stores around?
  • Regift, regift, regift, but keep track of who gave that gem to you.
  • Outwit, outlast, outsmart.

Oops, did I just say all of that out loud? I must be getting old.

copyright 2011

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