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"Granted, we're living longer – on the other hand, we're out of it sooner."
Tags:life, living, long life, longevity, life expectancy, age, aging, old age, getting on, getting old, quality of life, low quality of life, old men, old man, grumpy old men, grumpy old man, bar, bars, pub, pubs, out of it, retirement, retire, retired, forced retirement, dementia, alzheimers, memory issues, losing it
"I'm sixty-six – I don't want to see puppets in anything."
'We'll be putting you in the 'crabby neighbor', demographic.'
Old Man Journal
Tags:old, old age, old-aged, old man, old men, age, ageing, aging, journal, journals, magazine, magazines, grumpy, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, wwii, world war ii, world war 2, ww2, war, wars, veteran, veterans, bad memory, pensioner, pensioners, senior citizen, senior citizens, oap, oaps, stereotype, stereotypes, generation x, gripe, gripes, griping, griped
"Damn it, Wilbur, that's our bench!"
Tags:bench, benches, park bench, park benches, territory, territories, territorial, old man, old person, old people, small town, small towns, tourist, tourists, tourism, complain, complains, entitled, entitlement, entitlement complex, entitlement complexes, unwelcome, visitor, visitors, visiting, thoughtless, sit, sits, sitting, relax, relaxes, relaxing, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, grumpy, grump, grumps
Once Cute, once handsome, once tall and lithe, once given to optimism
Uncle Murray Weekly
Tags:uncle, uncles, grumpy uncle, grumpy uncles, weird uncles, weird uncles, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, stereotypical uncle, stereotype, stereotypes, curmudgeon, curmudgeonly, curmudgeons, newpaper, newspapers, papers, mag, mags, magazine, magazines, obscure magazines, weekly, angry uncle, angry old man, man, men
Uncle Murray Weekly
A sheep, a humming bird and a beetle - 'Baa, hum, bug'
"Refresh my memory, Nelson. When was the last time you were all smiles?"
'The mean age of our visitor is 50. It seems like when they turn 50 they get mean.'
"We managed to resuscitate him, but he's still very critical."
Nurse to other about patient: 'We're all pulling for a speedy recovery.'
'I just came back from the allergist. I'm allergic to life.'
"I do wish Henry could run into someone from the dress business to talk to."
Tags:hotel, hotels, resort, resorts, holiday, holidays, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, husband, husbands, wife, wivesoddball, oddballs, loner, loners, lonely, one-track mind, interests, odd interests, obscure interests, dressmaking, dressmakers, dressmakers, dress business, tailor, tailors, tailoring, vintage cartoon, vintage, vintage cartoons, 1940s, workaholic, workaholics
Sign on desk reads: 'Thanks for not wishing me a nice day.'
"Why did we stop having people fade into obscurity?"
Tags:couple, couples, married couple, married couple, older couple, older couples, old, older, old age, oap, senior citizen, senior citizens, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, tv, television, celebrity, celebrities, has been, has beens, fade into obscurity, obscurity, age with grace, reality tv, nostalgia, nostalgic
A frowning man looks at a smiling screen
Tags:computer, computers, phone, phones, cellphone, cellphones, mobile phone, mobile phones, technology, tech, technophobe, technophobes, smiley face, smiley faces, frown, frowns, frowning, grumpy man, grumpy men, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, businessman, businessmen, office, offices, desk, desks
'I thought buying the boat would make him more optimistic about the future but apparently not...'
"I liked it better when it was 'don't ask, don't tell the New York Times'."
Tags:dont ask dont tell, dadt, us military, military service, lgbt issue, lgbt in the military, government policy, government policies, homophobic policy, homophobic policies, news, newspaper, newspapers, selling your story, sell your story, tell, telling, grumpy old man, grumpy old men, opinionated, opinionated drunk, bar, bars
'It's a shame it took me so long to learn how to just enjoy being p**sed-off.'
'When I was a young neanderthal, we didn't have these fancy fires. We ate our meat BEFORE it was dead. And we didn't need no sissy wooden clubs. Our bare hands worked just fine. And we didn't walk in no fancy-schmancy upright position!'