Can hardly wait myself.
In my case I think it was the guy in the Plexaderm commercial.
I agree with this and I even know the name of this “old person”-he’s called “Father Time”.;-D
I could bearly recognises meself with all the white hairs.
Who is the old geezer in the mirror, anyway?
Good Old Father Time ;-)
I can relate
do they have to pay the taxes too??
I just wish that old lady in the mirror would step aside so I can actually see myself!
He shouldn’t have spent so much time playing Bloody Mary.
Always amazes and a little bit saddens that i feel so much younger than I look…
As I look at the new, older me in the mirror, I have trouble remembering what the younger me looked like.
So long as my wife knows who I am.
That’s a Plugger sink and Plugger med cabinet.
I had my identity stolen. Now, he’s me. Serves the SOB right!
I went to my High School reunion and couldn’t believe how old my classmates had gotten.
Apparently I stole my mom’s identity. Every time I look in the mirror I see her! :o) At least I know every time I look at her I know what I will look like in 23 years. I’m glad I like the way she looks. LOL
My mom – 88 & going strong – says that every time she looks in the mirror she wonders: “Who’s that old lady & how did she get in my house?”
←That’s the guy.
I know who I am. But who is this old fool who keeps getting AARP begging letters at my address?
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
May 20, 2021