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flowergirl

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Welllll 'dsenette'.
I'll tell you what.
Sixty isn't as old as it USE TO BE.

Dolly Parton and I are the same age.
And she doesn't seem so OLD!

We are the same build. hahahaha

(Not quite) :)

I aint ready for the old folk's home yet! :tazz:

And HEY, older women are more experienced! :woot: :woot: :woot:

Grandma Janie :P

Edited by flowergirl, 14 October 2005 - 07:18 AM.

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On the 10/15/04 I am 5633 days old. :tazz:
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its amazing to believe that someone at 15 is already a malware expert

gud on yer :tazz:


They probably get the most malware. Sixty three here, and just getting into computers as machines.
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Nah, I don't think 33 will be old Flowergirl. And you don't seem old. Two of my friends are getting married, one 18, the other turns 20 soon and is pregnant. And our other friends feel so old because everyone else is moving ahead. I feel very young with a busy schedule. Now, I'm not going to comment on the "older women are more experience" Lol
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Enzera Rocker...there is a saying that no matter how old a
person lives, the first 18 years are the longest half.

In other words, there is so much change from being a newborn baby up to
age 18.....and from then on, even though we have many more birthdays
we really don't change all that much....our personalities stay pretty much
the same.

I know I don't feel all that much different than I did at 18...maybe a little
wiser...MAYBE. :tazz:

Edited by flowergirl, 15 October 2005 - 01:42 PM.

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Yeah wiser hehe. You keep calling me Enzera Rocker, but it's really Enzeru Rocker. Lol I guess it's a senior moment. I'd have to agree with you.
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mental age or actual cronological age?

mental age? I have to get my bro. to turn this confounded contraption on and then I sit and stare at for hours and hours,so it must be mental age,wich I may claim the top prize.(after work tho I feel the eldest)
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I'm 22 :tazz:
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Thanks for the input everyone, but I think this topic has run its course, and we know who is the youngest and oldest member of GeekstoGo, although age does not really matter :tazz:
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