I'm almost half way there now .<br />
Crosses fingers and Toes
62 M'dear , She's german , I'm Jewish and it all worked out well even still , Love defines all nations when cupid runs the show ;-)
No...I think about 10 more years would be enough. I'm tired. :(
You're not getting off that easy, little girl....
You've been hanging out with your baby too much, Princess - he's got you thinking in dog years - Fetch, Princess, good girl!
All cuddled up, huh - Woof, Woof!
NO ....I can only imagine the way this world Would look a hundred and 20years from now. Am sad to think of my daughter having to deal with it
I think I might... though I don't think anyone else would enjoy being in my presence, between the incontinence and repulsive sexual habits.
Just draw the privacy screen and come back in five minutes to wash me up. Has anyone ever told you that you look really good in white?
Never. I wouldn't enjoy living until 60.
Yes, as long as everything worked.
as long as i get to say weird stuff about the good old days
thanx im a mime
I only like to think about today... When I think about that much time passing it give me a headache! 0_o<br />
I live my life 15 minutes at a time. ^_^
not unless I get to be someone else
What is wrong with being you? ^_^
From my point-of-view I can't seem to find anything wrong with you. ^_^ Maybe you're just a little confused! xD
oh I hide it well ;) I thank you for the compliments though..it warms my heart
If I was sane and in fair health...then Yes!
hmm... did you ever have your sanity? I guess that one is out of the question then! xD
well... noooo... but I wouldn't want to be in a vegetative state or on a life machine or feed tube.. or have dementia and live to be 150 yrs... if I had REASONABLE sanity and could get around pretty well, then ya .. living til then might be cool..
as long as your in the rocking chair next to me
Yup! As long as my mind remained sharp.
No. I'd like to live to the ripe old age of 50 when my son is capable of taking care of himself.
:o ...Do you not see a future after that? ^_^
I can't think of a worse fate. Not being able to see, or hear or walk straight or alone, or function normally would be so depressing. And then there's watching everyone you love die before you do. No thanks!
No.Even if it were remotely feasible,there is no way that any fitness or quality of life could ever be experienced at such an impossible age .Even if a person lives much beyond say,110,they would be so enfeebled that something as simple as a loud noise,such as a door slamming or a clap of thunder,would be enough of a shock to take them out.