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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by vbasscustom, Apr 20, 2009.
get off my lawn.
Old people always stereotype. Always.
there, keep it commin, we need to beat the young people thread, 12 pages
What's the cut-off so I know which side I'm on?
yeah, what's the cutoff age, at my gym i'm the grandpa boxer/coach at age 32...
at other places, i'm just a kid (which makes the rest of you mismanaged sperm nothing short of a shot of tequila)...
That's not true you long haired, tattooed hippie freak.
<shakes fist while pulling up elastic band trousers>
They always think they were soooooo much better than you when they were your age. :scowl:
Old people's houses smell funny.
Get off the road.
Old people walk slowly and still think they have to get everywhere first, just get the **** out of my way!!! And why do they always have to waste everyones time talking to the busdriver/cashier/whatever!?
They have the whole week to do shopping, go to the hairdresser or see the doctor.
Why do they go on saturday morning?
You know, I wasn't insinuating we NEEDED this thread...
That said... Old people feel that just because they're older, they deserve some kind of special treatment, and they feel they are due respect just because of their age. Congradulations, you haven't died yet! You want a cookie?
Also, they have this sense of the younger generations being there to serve them. I don't think so, now pack my groceries, grandma.
Old people have all the money.
"But you know nowadays
its the old man
whose got all the money
and the YOUNG MAN
ain't got nothing in the world these days"
if you know what song that is you're either a) old or b) listen to The Who.
On behalf of all dust-farting geezers, to answer any & all questions beginning w/the word *why*:
Just to torque you off- it's all we have to live for, after all. Next week it will be you, though.
Yes, dammit! Yes, I want a cookie!
it's because we're rotting from the inside out
It's all that bile and contempt for the youth of today, churning and festering...
Naturally, the thread title is spelled without the proper punctuation. Generation Text strikes again!