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Santerme Wrote:

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> 51 last Halloween.....

>

> But getting back into the gym this last 15 months

> has taken 15 years off me...

>

> Whether that is a debit or credit I have yet to

> discover!


51, Halloween. Last year. That's 12 months and 'change'. Not 15 months. But 15 is the reverse of 51.

There's a slight air of 'afternoon in the pub' about your post Santerme and it's all the better for it.

Enjoy being 36 again.

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SteveT Wrote:

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> At nearly 64 my future is behind me!

>

> I hope there are others who remember the fifties

> on this forum, or am I the only grumpy old man?

>

> Ruddy kids of today, trundles off mumbling 'n

> rumbling.......



Me too SteveT but defo not a grumpy old man or should I say woman ! My brain and body to me at least is one of a forty year old (or dare I say younger).even though I do say so myself !

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