Over 30 crowd

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  1. bottlecap

    bottlecap Well-Known Member
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    Not in Canada, this displeases me.
    This thought was inspired by this poll over on the Eris board.

    I honestly am really enjoying my 30's so far. I feel I'm old enough to be taken seriously at work, I know where my goals are and how to attain them.

    Do you feel the same way or am I just having a good decade?
     

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  2. MikeMcG

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    I don't know. I'm 32 and feel like I'm going on 65. After three shoulder surgeries and lung surgery, I think my body is quitting on me....lol
     
  3. zoiko

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    I'm 44... look 54... and feel 64 sometimes...:D

    Too many falls when I was a young kid skateboarding 12 hrs a day.
     
  4. Mielisha

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    I loved my 30's (would re-live them in an instant). So far 40's sucks ..... but hey it could change.

    Decided for 50th I'm having a massive party, and then it's time to grow old disgracefully.
     
  5. Eaglesfan9106

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  6. bottlecap

    bottlecap Well-Known Member
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    desk jockey, paper pusher, bad news giver
    Not in Canada, this displeases me.
    Fark dude!!! Lung surgery. How are you hanging in there?
     
  7. zoiko

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    Show off .... :D

    I remember when I was 18, I was riding half pipes on a skate board and Jumping ramps on my bike... Fast Forward to 2010 and now my extreme activities are getting up and going to the restroom when I'm having a Gout attack ... LOL

    I am building my MTN bike again and will start riding soon...
     
  8. MikeMcG

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    When I was 28, my lung colapsed out of nowhere. It's called a spontanious pnumothorax. They told me it is common in tall, skinny people. It's all good now, I usually run 1-2 miles at the gym.
     
  9. MOS95B

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    All I can say is "If I'd have known I was gonna live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself"
     
  10. Mielisha

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    I've gone the other way, never skated when younger, but now my worklife consists of skates, boards and other extreme hobbies, and they need testing ....:eek: I've hit the 'deck' a few times :D

    Am I getting better at it?

    Noooooooooooo !!! LOL
     
  11. motleytrout

    motleytrout New Member
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    I'm 47...it think its the hardest decade so far. My kids are 11 and 13, I'm a manager at work, too much responsibility 24/7 thought the money is good.
     
  12. ralph smith

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    pfft wait till you youngsters hit 60.
     
  13. pavirotten

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    I'm 35, married, with a four-year-old girl and a six-month-old boy. Every time I get down in the floor to play with either of my kids, my ankles, knees, wrists, elbows and shoulders all pop. It sounds like the fourth of July in my joints. My wife thinks she's the funniest woman alive and asks me if I want my cane, wheelchair, or walker first.
     
  14. zoiko

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    Choose the wheelchair ...:D:D:D that way when you get "THE GOUT" it will be easier... that plus you can get a powered one and it would be cool.

    My joints went past the popping ... now they just don't want to move.
     

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