Goddamnit! I just realized it's my birthday!. Every year, on every site, gotta knock another year off....(and single, older ladies, please don't tell me you would never lie about your age!).
It's been raining 40 days and 40 nights, and my sadistic and devious dachshunds will NOT go outside. Potty pads everywhere! Maybe I should pretend they are leaving me little presents instead of, well, you know, shit....
Happy Birthday! I just turned 60 in January, in fact pointed out to Admin that my age had not changed on my profile, they fixed it. I NEVER lie about my age, I'm damn proud of it. First, I don't look 60. Second, my mom never made it to 60 so I relish every year, every day that I get. Third, what the hell, age is only a number, it isn't WHO I am, just a reflection of the number of hears I've walked on this earth.
Happy 29th Birthday!
As a funny, related, aside: I just saw a picture on a dating site of a gal who was, judging by the picture, somewhere between 30 and 40... the listed age? 59! Um, sure.
Similarly, (or is that conversely?) I see pictures of ladies that are apparetntly much older than their reported age... now, this could be a statement of wear, tear, and care (or lack thereof). I have read reports/studies of people who have lived hard lives and seen pictures to show that they appear to be decades older than their actual age (some severe cases were 20-somethings who looked to be in their 40s or 50s due to drug abuse). In short: this goes both ways!
And, just for the record: I truly beleive that in this day and age there are partners out there for every make and model, just be honest and you will make an honest pairing!
No matter which, have a great time on your Birthday!
Ok I won't tell you I never lied about my age. It was adding a few years at the time though.
My toughest birthday was age 25 I hadn't achieved what I'd anticipated. Since then I've celebrated most years - having survived another year - well done me!
And Happy Birthday!
Why do we notice birthdays EVERY year? What's the point? It would mean more if it were maybe every other year. From my friends, it seems that it's a ruse to beg gifts out of your husband. Or--to torture your youngsters that nobody wants to see and beg gifts out of their "friends." And adults? The only person who cares how old you are is the insurance person and the government or physician. Celebrations mean so much more when they are sincere.