What day did you turn 40? I made it to 52 on the 3rd.
Larry Macy wrote:
> I beleive the proper calculation is 1/2 your age + 7 years. Or at my age
> that makes for a 28 y/o. Now, on the other hand, my 23 y/o daughter
> doesn't think too much of this idea.
> >>>>On 10/8/99 7:34 PM so and so (Frank Clarici) said. (And I quote:)
> >Bryan Vandiver wrote:
> >> Frank,
> >> And I was just starting to fantasize about having a 19 year old wife. Well
> >> was good while it lasted ;-)
> >> BTW - I just turned 40 today, so that 19 year old wife thing was really
> >> pretty good. I guess I better get home and start working on the bugeye
> >And I am looking 45 in the eye. I keep telling my wife it's time to
> >trade her in for 2) 21 year olds.
> >She says 2) 21 year olds would kill me.
> >What a way to go, that would beat going over the edge, white knuckled,
> >in a Sprite!
> > Frank
> >"Drive it Like You Stole it"
> > http://www.exit109.com/~spritenut/
> Larry Macy
> 78 Midget
> Keep your top down and your chin up.
> Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
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