Aging Comic

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Because they had no reservations at a busy restaurant, my elderly neighbor and his wife were told there would be a 45 minute wait for a table.

“Young man, we’re both 90 years old,” the husband told the matre d’, “We may not have 45 minutes.”

They were seated immediately. The other customers, who came in first let them cut the line for their humor regarding aging.

(photo courtesy of Ruslon Huzau/Dreamstime.com)

Andy Lim About Andy Lim

Oh, hello! I'm Andy Lim, 30-ish years old, a professional programmer living in Singapore. Interests include photography, history, film, reading, writing, music, erm.. almost everything else really. Notice: I can still be occasionally spotted on a tree.

Andy Lim About Andy Lim

Oh, hello! I'm Andy Lim, 30-ish years old, a professional programmer living in Singapore. Interests include photography, history, film, reading, writing, music, erm.. almost everything else really. Notice: I can still be occasionally spotted on a tree.

  • Lorrie Loves Math

    Pure humor. No wonder they lasted 90 years.

  • ASMs

    I’ll even treat them.

  • Krasnaya Feb3

    Using age as an advantage, I’ll learn that someday.

    • TheBigMilkshake

      It works really well, trust me.

  • popo5

    Neatly played. Neatly played.

  • Big Joe Joe

    It might work on anything that makes you wait

    • TheBigMilkshake

      I’m going to try it! I’ll whip my membership card in AARP.

  • Happy Egg Man

    That’s what aging people do, be playful.

  • MariCone

    For a long harmonious life (what is harmonious?), learn to laugh.

  • AlpacaLover <3

    LOLL! Love them!

  • Jumping Jack

    Good for them. People use to laugh at me when I would say, “I want to be a comedian”, well nobody’s laughing now.

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