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Midi: Those Were the Days

 


 The "Wonderful" New Prescription Drug Plans
 for Silver Senior Citizens!

   
    Would our Congressmen p
leeeeeze stop "helping" us and work on sealing our
    borders, passing the Fair Tax to do away with the IRS and cutting spending!!
 

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      GAMES FOR WHEN WE ARE OLDER

 

1. Sag, you're It.

2. Hide and go pee.

3. 20 questions shouted into your good ear.

4. Kick the bucket

5. Red Rover, Red Rover, the nurse says Bend Over.

6. Musical recliners.

7. Simon says something incoherent.

 

 


SIGNS OF MENOPAUSE:



1. You sell your home heating system at a yard sale.

2. You have to write post-it notes with your kids' names on them.

3. You change your underwear after a sneeze.
 
 



    Thoughts for the weekend:


I signed up for an exercise class and was told to wear loose-fitting clothing. If I HAD any loose-fitting clothing, I wouldn't have signed up in the first place!

When I was young we used to go "skinny dipping," now I just "chunky dunk."

Wouldn't it be nice if whenever we messed up our life we could simply press 'Ctrl Alt Delete' and start all over?

Stress is when you wake up screaming and then you realize you haven't fallen asleep yet.

My husband says I never listen to him. At least I think that's what he said.

Just remember...if the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off.

If raising children was going to be easy, it never would have started with something called labor!

Brain cells come and brain cells go, but fat cells live forever.  (my favorite)

But Most Of All, Remember :

A Friend Is Like A Good Bra. Hard to Find, Supportive, Comfortable, And Always Close To Your Heart!

 
 
 


 


      
  Boy, this tells it all !!!!! 

 
I have soooooo many miles on my odometer. Sure, I've been many places and seen many things, but when's the last time an appraiser factored life
experiences against depreciation?

My headlights are out of focus and it's especially hard to see things up close.

My traction is not as graceful as it once was. I slip and slide and skid and bump into things even in the best of weather.

My whitewalls are stained with varicose veins.

It takes me hours to reach my maximum speed.

My fuel burn rate is inefficient.

But here's the worst of it . . . . . . .

Almost every time I sneeze, cough or sputter..... either
my radiator leaks or my exhaust backfires!




 

  Old Enough To Remember?  Remember When?


Remember when... You got your windshield cleaned, oil checked, and gas pumped, without asking, for free, every time. And, you didn't pay for air. And, you got trading stamps to boot!

Remember when...

  • Cars had no air-conditioning.

  • There was "free air" at all service stations.

  • There were S&H green stamps.

  • You got your windshield cleaned, oil checked, and gas pumped,
        without asking, all for free, every time.

  • You could go as a child and buy your mom a pack of cigarettes.

  • Music was on vinyl records 45 rpm and albums were 78 rpm.

  • There was one light (red) on top of police cars.

  • There was only AM radio.

  • Everyone took the bus to town.

  • You could go and see a live Jan & Dean concert for $3.00.

  • Gas was .26 a gal and ethyl was way too high at .30.

  • Typing class was noisy.

  • You only had GM, Ford and Chrysler making cars in the US.

  • Most of the change in your pocket was pure silver.

  • Football helmets came without face guards.

  • The Network News was only 15 minutes long.

  • Motor oil came in metal containers.

  • Toothpaste came in metal tubes.

  • The balcony at the movie theater had the best view.

  • Cracker Jacks had a decent and unusual prize in it.

  • The only sideburns you saw were on the pictures of dead
        presidents.

  • Every one you knew had a vaccination scar.

  • You believed everything the Government said.

  • The worst you could do socially was drink a beer.

  • Every house had a tall outside TV antennae.

  • You could call a doctor and he would come to your house (the
        same day).

  • Men put on a suit, they also put on a hat.

  • Your male teachers wore neckties and female teachers had their
        hair done and wore high heels.

  • Atomic War was a real everyday thought.

  • Men carried metal lunch boxes to work.

  • Mom was at home when the kids got home from school.

  • Nobody owned a purebred dog.

  • A quarter was a decent allowance, and another quarter, a huge
        bonus.

  • You'd reach into a muddy gutter for a penny.

  • It was considered a great privilege to be taken out to dinner at a
        real restaurant with your parents.

  • The worst thing you could do at school was smoke in the
        bathrooms, flunk a test or chew gum.

  • A '55 Chevy was everyone's dream car -- to cruise, peel out, lay
        rubber.

  • People went steady and girls wore a class ring with an inch of
        wrapped yarn so it would fit her finger.

  • No one ever asked where the car keys were because they were
        always in the car, in the ignition, and the doors were never locked.

  • You got in big trouble if you accidentally locked the doors at home,
        since no one ever had a key.

  • Lying on your back on the grass with your friends and saying things
        like "That cloud looks like a ...?"

  • Jumping waves at the ocean for hours in that cold water.

  • Playing baseball with no adults to help kids with the rules of the
        game.  Back then, baseball was not a psychological group learning
        experience; it was a game.

  • Stuff from the store came without safety caps and hermetic seals
        because no one had yet tried to poison a perfect stranger.

  • Remember when being sent to the principal's office was nothing
        compared to the fate that awaited a misbehaving student at home. 
        Basically, we were in fear for our lives, but it wasn't because of drive
        by shootings, drugs, gangs, etc.  Our parents and grandparents were
        a much bigger threat! But we all survived because their love was
        greater than the threat.

  • Going to the bank meant going inside and seeing a teller - cashing a
        check - no automatic teller machines.

  • Kool-Aid.

  • Decisions were made by going "eeny-meeny-miney-mo."

  • Mistakes were corrected by simply exclaiming, "Do it over!"

  • "Race issue"; meant arguing about who ran the fastest.

  • Money issues were handled by whoever was the banker in
         Monopoly.

  • The worst thing you could catch from the opposite sex was cooties.

  • Abilities were discovered because of a "double-dog-dare."

  • Water balloons were the ultimate weapon.

  • Water balloons were the ultimate weapon.

 

 

 

Right Webs 2 Go
by Bettye Chambers