Sunday, November 08, 2009

Mirror, mirror...

One of those days where I realise that I've stopped playing at middle age as I'm fast approaching it.

14 comments:

KAZ said...

Ah - but what is middle age Kevin.
I suspect I never actually went there because it's certainly too late now.

Gaw said...

It's when a keen interest in Gardeners World stops being a bit eccentric and starts fitting quite nicely with your demographic profile.

Jimmy Bastard said...

Middle age is when you get up 10 times a night for a pish, but still forget to put the seta backdown after each visit.

Madame DeFarge said...

If you see it coming, then you can hide behind the sofa until its gone.

Lulu LaBonne said...

Middle age arrived for me when I finally realised that the person I kept glimpsing in shop windows wasn't some just some old bag stalking me ...

Gadjo Dilo said...

The answer is to keep recalculating your age when you die; I've now decided to die at 94, which means I haven't quite reached my middle age yet.

Scarlet Blue said...

I have it on very good authority that wearing a surgical stocking on you head can be helpful.
Sx

martpol said...

Gaw:

I'm a 32 year old who reads Mojo. Is that a halfway house, or does it make me prematurely middle aged?

Scarlett Parrish said...

Mae West, the lady with a quotation for every occasion, once said, "You're only as old as the man you feel."

Gaw said...

Martpol: What is Mojo?

martpol said...

Why, it's the thinking music fan's compromise between hoarding instinct and actual interest in tunes.

savannah said...

yikes, sugar, then i must be over the hill! *sigh* xoxoxo

dorothy said...

what does that mean?

Kevin Musgrove said...

Dorothy: It means that I have opened a torrent of human pain, to judge by the commentary.