How about “twenty-three skiddoo”?
Tip a canoe and Timbuktu.
Just tell Elliot that it’s not “the bee’s knees”
Tony’s QOTD: Are you act old?
First: the wording of the QOTD is not a typo on my part.
Second: I AM OLD so it doesn’t matter how I act.
Well I am retired!!!
The bill of a ballcap is there to shade your eyes.
Slow that car down! (Should take eight seconds to traverse the utility poles.)
You whippersnappers get off my lawn or I’ll loose the dog. (Said in jest to the neighbor kids. They like Sophie.)
Stuff I’ve started saying since I retired.
If a parent speaks in the forest, are they still embarrassing?
that’s not wok Did I use it right?
Things change too quickly for most parents?
Got me a zoot suit with a ’rete pleat!
When I was a preschooler, I was asked by adults about the age of my parents (my siblings were 12 and are 10 years older than me) – I always answered “100!” and always meant that as a compliment to their wisdom.
Wait until he has his own kids. Revenge is best served cold…….
I am 70, and people say that I don’t act like I’m 70. I am not sure how I’m supposed to act.
Ever see the picture of the guy with his hat on backwards and sunglasses hanging from the collar of his shirt and he is shading is eyes from the sun with his hand to see.
I’m not much of a actor, this is all natural.
September 13, 2014