I may act middle aged even though I have a few years before I officially become middle aged. What's even worse is that I am completely OK with it. Do you do the same thing? If you are wondering if you act middle aged, read the list below and apply it to your life.
This year's high school freshmen are the class of 2017, so they were born in 1998 or 1999 which means they don't really remember much from before 2004 or 2005.
This list of things from before their time will have you feeling ancient.
We all feel old at times. Rather it's when a college student tells you that 30 years of age is old, or when you are annoyed by all the "new" music on the radio. Even if these things have happened to you, you may not be old until the following signs start to occur:
1. Feeling stiff.
2. Groaning when you bend down.
3. Saying, "It wasn't like that when I was young."
Not to pick on the elderly, but we all know how most old people drive, right? Sure, they drive slowly and carefully . . . but they don't have the best response time when it comes to turn signals, changing lanes, or a light turning green.
According to NBC 11 - Mississippi that's how YOU drive when you sing along with the radio.
The stereotype says men LOVE young women and think women start losing their looks as soon as they pass, like, age 20. But women aren't quite as superficial . . . they see older men as more distinguished and handsome.
People always tend to make a big deal over turning 30, but really, it's not that bad. And it certainly doesn't mean that your life is over.
As long as you're a man, that is. If you're a woman, then, yeah, you're done.
According to a new study, the average man doesn't start feeling OLD until he hits age 58. The average woman starts feeling old at . . . age 29.