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Mick Stockbridge

The Fifty and Above Club....if you're any younger don't even think about posting.

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60 in three months and waiting for a hip and knee at the moment, but still able to just about do a day on the firewood. What does make me laugh is that the government appears to make no concession on age for someone whose sat on their arse all your working life, or another whose done done physically hard labour outside. You see plenty of office people enjoying decades on a pension, whereas most people that have physically worn themselves out by the time they can access a pension still have to continue to work as their pension pot is inadequate.

Saying that I'd rather have had my life, than be looking back on a more lucrative life spent inside. 

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37 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

Howdy fellas.

 Come on in matey . Bring yer slippers .

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On 28/11/2018 at 13:48, aspenarb said:

Thats the trouble and proves its all in the mind , the fairy wakes guys with a stiffy which some poor sods lose the second they open their eyes and spot the munter on the pillow next to them, sagging arse/tits, a gunt, bingo wings and a face like a slapped arse are not conducive to a raging stiffy.  I think the NHS should supply older guys with younger chicks first instead of dishing out eruption pills just in case the problem`s not a medical one .


Best I go now :)



Be careful what you wish for :lol:


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