- being 40
Dunno, but I bet your testicles now dangle further than your cock does, best get your head round the fact that some Dr is gonna soon take an interest in probing a finger up your arse and yes you now have to trim your nasal hair more frequently than that (if you have any) on your head. Welcome to the club, enjoy the party.Posted 6 years agochewkwMember
PeaslakeDave – Member
Oh no! I’m nearly 20 so the next 20 years are going to go really fast. so I might as well be 40 then and so all these problems are just around the corner. god I’m old…
By the time you reach 40 there will be very little full time job around as competition intensify. My father had a cosy job until he retired but I have been struggling all these years with part-time jobs …Posted 6 years agocynic-alMember
chewkw – Member
By the time you reach 40 there will be very little full time job around as competition intensify. My father had a cosy job until he retired but I have been struggling all these years with part-time jobs …
Your unusual and rather secretive life story =/= everyone else’s, nor our future.Posted 6 years agokhaniMember
Try being 20, TOTALLY invisable to everyone. No one cares what you say or think, can’t do anything, got no money. Half the time I don’t know what to think about stuff.
Bless….. 🙄Posted 6 years ago
I’m gonna be a right cantankerous grumpy old bugger!! I’m quite looking forward to it… 😀 not long now…..sc-xcMember
I was 40 last month. Tis not all bad. Apart from the fact that I farted in the office the other day and nearly shat myself. Thats never happened before. Keep smiling.
Genuine lol there…
I hit 40 in December. Not bothered…but why would I be? I have loooooaaaadddss of time left in my mid to late thirties…Posted 6 years agomolgripsSubscriber
40, you’re alright. By 50 you need to come to terms with your impending slide in performance on the bike, ultimately concluding in your death.
No one cares what you say or think, can’t do anything, got no money
Many of those over 40 would probably give every last penny of that extra money to be where you are again.Posted 6 years agocinnamon_girlSubscriber
enjoy being an eccentric old man/woman
Absolutely! Couldn’t agree more!
Do feel sorry for folk when they met me for the first time but, mountain bikers being mountain bikers, just take you as they find you cos you ride bikes and that’s all that matters. 8)
If only the rest of life was that simple …Posted 6 years agocrankboyMember
I’m 46 I think and the happiest I’ve ever been . The last 20 years covered getting the experiences to make me the man I am now losing the people who made me be the person I’m not finding thePosted 6 years ago
Love of my life and in the last year having my son who totaly reshaped my world .KevevsMember
I’ll be 40 xmas day, no probs, no one will notice! kind of looking forward to having a proper number rather than 39 which is a bit of a nomark. Anyway it’s not like you change as a person in exact yearly or decade increments. 2007 was a massive personal change for me, no one congratulated me on a huge change that I made and I only understand retrospectively.Posted 6 years agocinnamon_girlSubscriber
going to meet some strange bloke off the internet, it’ll be fine, he’s a mountain biker”
Just ask molgrips! I offered to show him around the Forest and mountain bikers seem quite cool about being shown around the trails. He survived being guided by a mad woman. 🙂Posted 6 years agocolournoiseSubscriber
Mentally the same as I was 25 years ago. Playing around on bikes is still the best fun I know about that doesn’t involve Zoe (and her bike).
Only difference now is I can actually afford the toys.
Better rider now than I ever have been – still shite in the grand scheme of things though.
slainte ➡ robPosted 6 years ago
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