elderly people

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tfwsucc95
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elderly people

Post by tfwsucc95 » Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:46 am

did they create and moderate these forums?
please tell me what you know. :wink:


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Re: elderly people

Post by Layne » Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:52 am

The defining of "elderly" depends upon the point of view of the observer. When I was 12, I thought people in their late twenties were "elderly", and so on. :~)

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Re: elderly people

Post by tfwsucc95 » Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:01 am

Layne wrote:The defining of "elderly" depends upon the point of view of the observer. When I was 12, I thought people in their late twenties were "elderly", and so on. :~)
haha i enjoy witty replies. =biggrin
touche layne the banter is strong.
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Re: elderly people

Post by Layne » Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:09 am

tfwsucc95 wrote:
Layne wrote:The defining of "elderly" depends upon the point of view of the observer. When I was 12, I thought people in their late twenties were "elderly", and so on. :~)
haha i enjoy witty replies. =biggrin
touche layne the banter is strong.
Thanks! One thing I do know is that these forums are a wonderful tool for me in my recovery, that and I am definitely more elderly then when I started frequenting this site!

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Re: elderly people

Post by tfwsucc95 » Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:01 pm

Layne wrote:
tfwsucc95 wrote:
Layne wrote:The defining of "elderly" depends upon the point of view of the observer. When I was 12, I thought people in their late twenties were "elderly", and so on. :~)
haha i enjoy witty replies. =biggrin
touche layne the banter is strong.
Thanks! One thing I do know is that these forums are a wonderful tool for me in my recovery, that and I am definitely more elderly then when I started frequenting this site!
i hope people start using this more.
it should be talked about in meeting irl imo.
let er rip tater chip XD

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