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Top 50 signs you’re getting old

1. Forgetting people’s names

2 Losing hair

3. Feeling stiff

4. Talking a lot about your joints/ailments

5. Groaning when you bend down

6. Not knowing any songs in the top ten

7. Misplacing your glasses/bag/car keys etc.

8. Getting more hairy – ears, eyebrows, nose, face etc.

9. Avoid lifting heavy things due to back concerns

10. Saying “in my day”

11. Finding it tricky to sit cross-legged on the floor

12. Hating noisy pubs

13. Choosing clothes and shoes for comfort rather than style

14. Falling asleep in front of the TV every night

15. Thinking policemen/teachers/doctors look really young

16. Falling ill more often

17. Saying “it wasn’t like that when I was young”

18. Complaining about more things

19. Needing an afternoon nap

20. Feeling tired the moment you wake up

21. Struggling to use technology

22. Finding you have no idea what “young people” are talking about

23. Having colleagues who are so young they don’t know what a cassette tape is

24. Losing touch with everyday technology such as tablets and TVs

25. Complaining about the rubbish on television these days

26. Spending time comparing illnesses and injuries with friends

27. Your friends are all ill more often

28. Not knowing or remembering the name of any modern bands

29. You consider going on a “no children” cruise for a holiday

30. You know your alcohol limit

31. Struggling to think of anything worse than going to a music festival

32. Never going out without your coat

33. Putting everyday items in the wrong place

34. You move from modern and pop music on the radio to adult contemporary or album-oriented rock

35. You start driving very slowly

36. You struggle to lose weight easily

37. Buying a smart phone but having no idea how to do anything other than make phone calls on it

38. You say ‘I’m gasping for a cup of tea’ (the poll was taken in Great Britain)

39. Spending more money on face creams/anti-aging products

40. Falling asleep after one glass of wine

41. Feeling you have the right to tell people exactly what you are thinking, even if it isn’t polite

42. You like getting asked for ID

43. Paying by cash or check rather than using your card

44. Preferring a night in with a board game than a night on the town

45. Being told off for politically incorrect opinions

46. Joining a National Trust

47. Your ears are getting bigger

48. Preferring a Sunday walk to laying around

49. You think, “maybe I’ll drive instead of drink”

50. Drinking sherry

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