The DIS for "Old Fogies" Club!

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  1. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    Anyone 30 and over is an automatic member! [​IMG]

    Anyone who feels 30 or older is invited to join us. Anyone who just wants to hang out with an Old Fogie, Old Geezer, now & then is welcome. [​IMG] :goodvibes

    If you know what these references are to below, and that they are NOT Disney references,
    well, you've been a [​IMG] Charter Member for quite a while now. :lmao:

    • Magical Mystery Tour
    • Marmalade skies
    • Magic Carpet Ride

    Anyone eligible for an AARP membership (at 50 years & up) is automatically
    a [​IMG] Senior Veteran member. :worship:


    ALL newbies welcome! We were in the middle of planning a trip to Disney, bringing soft foods, adult diapers, planning naps, Early Bird Special meal stops, etc. Let the festivities continue - without snarking. :rolleyes1


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  3. Mouse House Mama

    Mouse House Mama <font color=red>Luckiest Mommy in the World!!!<br>

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    I think I will pour myself a geritoltini and join you! Are we still going to Disney and stopping at Denny's on the way? Did we find Pakey's teeth?
     
  4. Magic Mom

    Magic Mom <font color=teal>EVERYONE has the God given right

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  5. gawrsh2008

    gawrsh2008 Mouseketeer

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    Forget the geritoltini. I'm having wine.:cool1:

    And I know what ALL of those references are to! WTH is Pakey? Still looking for her hearing aid?
     
  6. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    I think Pakey found her teeth in the freezer. But, someone microwaved her hearing aid. :eek:

    Yes, Denny's is on the way. We have to plan all the Early Bird Special stops along the way. Can we use Travelocity for that? :scratchin
     
  7. buckler

    buckler DIS Veteran

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    I'm not quite there yet but my DH could qualify for AARP. He wasn't thrilled when he started to get the mailings. :lmao:
     
  8. gawrsh2008

    gawrsh2008 Mouseketeer

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    Yeah, that would be me. My bad.:lmao:
     
  9. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    Will wine go with Grumpy Pirate's rum? Some people already will be getting car sick from the Ex-Lax chocolate shakes. :drinking1
     
  10. tinker&belle

    tinker&belle DIS Veteran

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    I found you all! And I drove myself. I can still drive, you know. (I'm four months before my expiration date, you know.)
     
  11. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    Umm, which expiration date?!? :eek:
     
  12. Pakey

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    I was slow getting here until I heard geritolini's were being mixed. Don't need teeth for those.
     
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    Some day, if I remember it, I'll have to tell of my once great idea about a crash course diet plan with the ex-lax chocolate shakes.

    Yes, I was much smarter when I was a young whippersnapper.
     
  14. Mouse House Mama

    Mouse House Mama <font color=red>Luckiest Mommy in the World!!!<br>

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    Aaahhhh....they slide right down! Of course they do go through ya kind if quick so you have to make sure you are wearing super absorbent diapers.
     
  15. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    Did anyone pack their Gold Bond powder?
     
  16. Pakey

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    Is that what I use on my bunions? I can't keep my powders straight.
     
  17. Pakey

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    It would be nice to have some part of me that could still move quickly.
     
  18. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    Cracker Barrel is having Salisbury steak as their dinner special. Yay! I love those pre-mulched patties. [​IMG]
     
  19. kimblebee

    kimblebee now my thoughts will be worth 5 cents

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    Who left and didn't turn out the lights??

    Kids these days thinking that electricity grows on trees. When I was a kid we had to work for the electricity we used and we appreciated it. No remote control. No siree. We had to get up and actually change the channel with our finger! Good thing there were only 30 or so channels otherwise our fingers would get very sore with all that channel surfing. Don't even get me started about the crap they are showing on TV these days.

    Speaking of which, who is this Nooky person and why should I care about her? :confused3
     
  20. GRUMPY PIRATE

    GRUMPY PIRATE First rule, always!!

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    No....you need Absorbine Jr.!!
     
  21. Imzadi

    Imzadi Saved by an angel in a trenchcoat

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    I actually was the channel changer in our family. :lmao: My family would make ME get up to change the channel. :happytv:

    Remember when "recycling" actually was a new concept? They didn't have to call it "Being Green" back then, to try to pass it off as a new (but really old) idea.

    We were forced to buy cloth grocery bags back then. I wonder if all of those ended up in landfills? :scratchin
     
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