WOAH....if that isnt a slap in the face...UGH, We're OLD. And you're older in 2 days! LOL
Yeah, we're old, I'm going to be thirty in 3 years and 2 days. But on the upside, I must say that I'm really enjoying being a grown-up. The novelty of being able to go to bed whenever I want and have ice cream for dinner if I feel like it has not worn off. I remember being a kid and telling my mom that I wished I was a grown-up and she pointed out all sorts of downsides like all the responsibilities and all that stuff, now I don't have very many responsibilities (and not planning on taking any more on in the near future) and I'm really thinking it's a pretty good deal. Besides, like a fine wine, I'm only improving with age!
hey jennifer,,please shut your non american pie hole when it comes to american foreign policy,,i am so glad the world isn't run by you bunch of pussy kanooks,,,we would have airplanes flying into buildings as often as car wrecks...
hey cheapsunglasses,if you are referring to my canadian heritage, it's spelled canuck. also, i'd like to point out that if the world was run by softhearted, forward thinking people like myself, then nobody would want to commit acts of terrorism against anyone and also there would be fewer cars and car wrecks because there would be adequate public transit to get everyone around without having to rape Iraq for it's oil. but thanks for commenting.
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