Friday, October 17, 2008

Is this post even close to coherent?

The baby's not even here yet and I'm already exhausted by Friday night. Lame-o.

Tonight I commented on one of the seemingly endless parade of weird looking pundits on CNN and Blade said, "She's just young. Those reporters are young now." I insisted that the woman looked objectively weird, but the point was made: I'm old. I'm "I just had my 20th high school reunion" old. But maybe that just means I don't look weird. Right?


At 6:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel much older w/in the last year. I used to go to the gym 7 times a week. Now it is 5. I need a break in between. And I creak every day. The skateboarders on my way to the metro annoy me. I am an old person. I look at the droopy jeans of the average boy on hte metro and I say to myself...WHY? I question why concerts must start after 9 am. I suspect that once you have a child you will not care. You'll feel tired and maybe old but content too.

At 6:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess I meant 9 pm rather than am. One reason why I can never have kids is my body's aversion to awakening before 8:30 am.

At 11:08 AM, Blogger momster said...

Don't worry, Pete!
40 is the new 50. Oh, wait...

At 10:57 AM, Blogger Ash said...

I started to feel old when I was too old to apply for "The Real World". Not that I EVER would have wanted to be on The Real World, but the fact that I am older than all those people feels odd.

Also, when I think of my twin nephews* I feel old. They are now driving and I was at the hospital when they were born**.

*They are actually my cousins, but for some reason I think of them as nephews, maybe because I am so much older than them.

**They were born in the era of McPizza. I remember that the McDonalds next to the hospital served McPizzas and I thought: Hey being in the hospital wouldn't be so bad with all these McPizzas!

At 8:11 AM, Blogger NuclearToast said...

Hey Pete, will you go to the sock hop with me?


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