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Chickenlady winces, "I told a Hugh Grant/Divine Brown joke to my dad, pretending that Ms Brown was chewing gum so she'd be more American. Instead I just appeared to be still giving the blow-job. Even as I'm writing this I'm cringing inside."

Tell us your cringeworthy stories of embarrassment. Go on, you're amongst friends here...

(, Thu 27 Nov 2008, 18:58)
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so you mean..
Go old early, avoid the rush?

Is 42 old though?
(, Tue 2 Dec 2008, 15:12, 1 reply)
It is
when you're 21. It's relative, so at 21, 21 years is a lifetime. A 42-y-o is therefore is a double lifetime. A 63-y-o is three lifetimes.

It kind of works in reverse when you get older. To a 42 y-o (like me), a 21 y-o would still be doable (I should be so lucky), but a 20 y-o would be morally out of bounds.

My fear is that as I grow older, the moral age limit I mentally carry will get older with me. Eventually, all I will have to look forward to is granny sex.......
(, Tue 2 Dec 2008, 15:22, closed)
Reminds me of the time (when I was in my twenties) when I bumped into one of my old scout leaders while was she was with a very attractive young lady.

Who was the same baby I'd bounced on my knee prior to her first birthday.

Her mum pointed out this fact to her...she was the one who cringed...
(, Tue 2 Dec 2008, 15:36, closed)
A friend of mine and I
went to Hooters not that long ago, and he immediately fixed on a pretty little thing with long curly brown hair, perky boobs, a round little arse and a bright smile. He managed to get us seated at one of her tables.

She turned out to have just turned 18.

I pointed out to my friend that she was younger than my son, and he turned pale.

After a while I stopped calling him Humbert...
(, Tue 2 Dec 2008, 16:10, closed)
My sister's new husband is older than our dad
Older or younger is fine. But older than your parents or younger than you kids is a bit much.
(, Wed 3 Dec 2008, 2:49, closed)

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