I’ve come to the conclusion that many of my young friends and associates reckon that I’ve passed my use by date. I’ve based my thinking on the fact that they keep emailing me images of so called oldies doing things my young mates seem to think are stupid, inane and out of step with proper adult, I think they are too polite to say ancient, behaviour.
Here are some recent examples:
So, I’m plotting and scheming to come up with something to convince them they are totally wrong in their thinking, because Old really means having fun and bugger the consequences.
After all the motto of my principal motor cycle club is,’ Grow old disgracefully’.
In that regard I’d appreciate your ideas for something outrageous I could do. Please bear in mind that with morning temperatures here well into minus degrees centigrade , a morning barefooted, naked run around the block is out of the question. Until summer anyway.
So please, put your thinking caps on and help an old geezer plan to do something stupid.
15 thoughts on “OLD REALLY DOES MEAN YOUNG AT HEART!”
Outrageous? I dunno, hmm, bungee jumping? 😀
Thanks,I’ll add it to the list.
Buy a Suzuki?!?!?
Shock, horror. Still the japper is on the list.
They’re just jealous. Show them ‘Flower Power’, dig out your clothes from hippie days. Stick a peace sign on your jacket. Be young with wife wearing headband & flowers in hair; you in tiedye shirt. Yeah… peace brother!
Thanks, I’m making a list. If I find my clobber from the good old days I don’t think they would fit. Perhaps the luminous socks!
I love the photos. There are things to appreciate at every stage of life. . Your young friends will find this out..maybe not tomorrow. Maybe skydiving? I hear it’s rather popular. ..
Thanks, I’m going to make a list of ideas.
Hi creakingbones, I have been nominated in a challenge to post my three favorite quotes, one each for three consecutive days.
With each post I have to nominate three bloggers for the challenge. I’m sorry, but it is not required to accept. 🙂
If you accept, you have to recognize the blogger who nominated you. 🙂
I have nominated you as I love your blog. I hope you don’t mind and hope (if accepted) you have fun with it.
Learn interpretive dance, then create a semi-autobiographical musical incorporating aforesaid style of dance, and make it the basis of a cool new television series ☺☺☺
Sounds like a plan to me.
Congratulations on another award and well-deserved. “Flying High” comes to mind when I think of something outrageous – possibly sky jumping or balloon riding.
I’ve got my thinking cap on.
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