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smile for the day.

tkd3g
Posts: 768
Joined: Aug 2004

Maybe you've seen this. It brought a smile to my face:

T-shirt:

I'm not 40
I'm 18 with 22 years experience.

:)

Barb ( who would rather be 40 than 18 )

Glv49
Posts: 206
Joined: May 2005

That is really cute, I never saw that T-Shirt. I'd rather be 40 also. Since I'm 18 with 32 years of experience! :}}
Gail

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2bhealed
Posts: 2084
Joined: Dec 2001

I think my 40's ROCK!!!

peace, emily who is 43 and holding

RunnerZ
Posts: 185
Joined: Feb 2004

I agree with Emily about my 40's...they ROCK...and having survived stage 3 rectal cancer and all the junk that comes with that....these years are a BIG BONUS!! I am a criminal prosecutor, and some days can be very stressful...but I always stop myself during those times and remind myself of how lucky I am to be here...and how great the prospect of a routine day once seemed. I am 18 with 24 years of experience...and for 6 of those years I am a cancer survivor, who wears my LIVESTRONG bracelet every day when I run!

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nanuk
Posts: 1363
Joined: Dec 2003

I guess this means I will soon be 69 with 142 years experience...Yeow! Nanuk

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kangatoo
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Joined: Feb 2004

mmmmmm.......that makes me 18 with 31 years experience.
"experience in what Barb????".......lol!
Here's my best T-shirt joke. Of course it has to have something to do with motorcycles too.

Big, mean, outlaw biker has written on the back of his t-shirt.

"THE ***** FELL OFF!"

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