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i always wonder.....

Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon468, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    I am actually 89.
    I look good for my age! [​IMG]
     
  2. lurk_much

    lurk_much Occasional commenter

    I am not available.
    So rob can talk to the hand.
     
  3. Oh Suz, some of us are old enough to have taught O level, never mind sat it
     
  4. aw27

    aw27 New commenter

    Just the right age!
     
  5. [​IMG] but yes, I have had a late night PM from Rob.
    Not many old birds burn the midnight oil. I must be one of the exceptions but I refused to tell him about my underwear and my fave position etc.
    Rob, I am in my 50s (but you'd never know it...wink, wink, wink....etc)

     
  6. I am very similar! (Sorry RF!)
    However, I find it difficult to comprehend that any teachers were BORN in the 1980s, while I was busy being a teenager.
     
  7. Me too.
    In the '80s I was a young Mum...now my babies are all grown up and working. It still seems wierd to talk to a 21 year old teacher, as I was doing recently. (Bless - she was soooo green, so naive, so optimistic, so lacking in cynicism. I was like that once...[​IMG] )
     
  8. Ditto 1986. I found turning 25 a few days ago strangely traumatic. Wierd, as my OH is more than 10 years older than me, and always tells me I am an old soul.....early midlife crisis, perhaps? [​IMG]
     
  9. coaltown1

    coaltown1 New commenter

    56 years young. Recently passed my motorbike test, took up climbing and can now jive!!!
     
  10. BelleDuJour

    BelleDuJour Star commenter

    Age is just a number.....and I have gone ex-directory! [​IMG]
     
  11. 38 and only now deciding i want to become a teacher! Am I a fool?!!
     
  12. 23 for a few more days.
     
  13. happy birthday to lardylady and emily
    when i teach victorian maths, we play which item on their 'maths test' was the only one not around when mrs post was doing maths at school
    it was the farthing
    i would like an icon for feeling really, really old
     
  14. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    This one might work, in miniature of course
    [​IMG]
     
  15. Born in 1985, going to be 26 in the autumn term!
     
  16. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Lead commenter

    it that the pre christian time one bella? l eneugh to appreciate what sex was once and young enough to stil fancy it...not that its getting lol

     
  17. Should?
    Nobody told me that 13 years ago.
    I like my age.
     
  18. 46 but feel 64...especially at this point in the term
     
  19. I have mornings when my age is reversed too.
    It sounded good reversing your age years ago. Now when you reverse it, you are older rather than younger but very, very much older.
    Apart from the aches and pains, etc - I still feel happy about where I am and how old I am.
     

  20. not quite that old!
    (well - yeah, maybe at this stage in the term, pastrychucker)
     

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