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So, yesterday's results made me wonder, how old are you anyway?

Under 20
4
7%
20 to 29
29
52%
30 to 39
12
21%
40 to 49
6
11%
50 to 59
4
7%
60 to 69
1
2%
70 or over
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 56

Postby Tsukiko » Feb 12th, '08, 04:29

Lol, so do you need someone to tell you that you're 22 since you're 50 and act 12?


Hopefully I'm not 50 just yet. If so, I've lost almost 30 years :shock: lol I just feel like it at times. But mentally, I'm still pretty care free, like a 12 year old :P
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Postby FoxMackenzie » Feb 12th, '08, 07:21

25, starting to feel it, too! All of a sudden getting up stairs is an annoyance and my knees, which had previously had the quiet invisible efficency of say, a pancreas or appendix, feel the need to make themselves known as they (I'm certain) snicker like frat boys when I stumble over my newly creaky joints. I sound like popcorn when I get out of bed in the morning...pop pop pop :)

Is this getting old? It stinks :-p

-Fox
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Postby Tsukiko » Feb 12th, '08, 07:58

FoxMackenzie wrote:25, starting to feel it, too! All of a sudden getting up stairs is an annoyance and my knees, which had previously had the quiet invisible efficency of say, a pancreas or appendix, feel the need to make themselves known as they (I'm certain) snicker like frat boys when I stumble over my newly creaky joints. I sound like popcorn when I get out of bed in the morning...pop pop pop :)

Is this getting old? It stinks :-p

-Fox


LOL I know what you mean! The same happens to me when I move around.
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Postby osadczuk » Feb 12th, '08, 09:37

I'm a day late and a dollar short - but I'll chime in anyway. I'm 32 and female. I'm Ukrainian, more so-ish Galacian. Which this time of years means I make killer Easter Eggs.

As for the poll, I managed to be horrified that at 32 I was far above the age curve. OUCH!
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Postby osadczuk » Feb 12th, '08, 09:43

My married name is Burke, but my husband's family (at least the Burke parts) are out of Kentucky, not Missouri. But still midwestern. Interesting. He's very German/Scotch/English/Irish.

cloudyday wrote:As far as my lineage goes, I don't have detailed information beyond the direct information I've found on my surname (Burke)
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 12th, '08, 11:43

Tsukiko wrote:
Ohhh another Republic of Tea drinker! Have you tried any of their other teas?


I have 2 other travel size tins of R of T--one is pear and kiwi, which is so good! The other is a wild plum-berry. These really are good for bagged teas! ;-) Which ones do you like?
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 12th, '08, 11:52

vbguy772 wrote:
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I have lived in Vero Beach, Florida for the past 5 years since my retirement from teaching in upstate New York.

Since I live in a hot climate the rest of my day I drink iced tea. It's usually made from Adagio's flavored blacks (blueberry, grapefruit, or peach.)


Ron


Hi Ron!

I am looking forward to warming days here in NJ so I can enjoy yesterday's purchase of Adagio's decaf flavored blacks (raspberry, peach, and mango...)

I went to college upstate NY, and I also have a good friend who teaches math upstate NY. Where upstate did you teach?

Enjoy your sun-filled and tea-filled February away from the snow!
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