Signs of ageing: how do men know they’re getting old?
Apparently 30 is the new 20, 50 the new 40 and you’re only old if you say you are.
So how do you know when you really are getting a bit over the hill, or at least losing the first flushes of youth?
Happily a survey has identified the tell-tale signs that prove the young, hip you is fading into memory. It’s nothing to do with physical age - more the steady accumulation of middle-aged habits.
Here’s what to look out for.
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We oldies should be laughing our heads off at the blatant ignorance of the person who wrote this stupid article.
Pity we can't have an on line general knowledge quiz.....because we know for certain us oldies would win.
As for clothes.... hands up who thinks the present trend for wearing your trousers half way down to your knees, with underwear on show, and walking like your nappy needs changing is something you want to do ?
Thought not ........ So ...............Keep smiling fellow oldies..................... we win on all counts !
Just for the writer, the current "young" generation will have SHORTER life spans than the baby boomers, due to lack of exercise, poor food and poor life styles. Most of my generation have great enjoyable and hectic lives, while you see the so called young generation stuck indoors, PlayStation going and always complaining that they are tired and as for the "after one glass of wine" comment, I would bet that many of us could quite happily drink this writer under the table and still be able to programme the dvd recorder!
This piece is not only wildly inaccurate, but extremely patronising
I am 70 something next year never was any good with figures unless a woman was wearing them.
Been married twice and still going strong, have had no complaints so far just wood my balding head of silver hair. the young folk of today are all going to end up deaf (what you say!) the way that they play there so called music. Only problem with me is me joints need oiling now and then. The Army mad me mad as a hatter still am and still miss it.