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To greekandme, Welcome to the Forums!

Since we are fairly new to the lifestyle it seems counter-intuitive to say we're seniors. We must surely be freshmen or sophomores at the most!

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It's when the waitress give you the senior discount without asking. It's when you get up in the morning and hear the snap, crackle and pop in your neck every time you move your head.

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Hmmm. I think you're considered to be a "senior" when you're retired and the Social Security checks start coming, and when you start eating your evening meal at 4:00 p.m. to catch those "early bird" specials!

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Hey ! Saw you in the pool n thought id drop you a line. Careful its a very short line. Just grab it and pull gently lol. ( not that short !! ) We are looking to see how far you are from Myrtle beach. We seniors have to stick together .

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We feel just as good and horny as much as our younger friends. If anyone in the NC triad-triangle are are interested in maybe getting a group of "older" swingers drop us a line!

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You're considered 'senior' when you get "you're too old for us" responses to your emails, regardless of how many birthdays you've seen. Isn't it amazing how many ppl on SLS are under the impression that if you're over 35, you're 'too old'...dead below the waist and between the ears? Yes, people are entitled to their preferences, and playing with someone their parents ages can freak some people. I don't think, though, that when people set their preferences in stone that they really believe that They'll ever be 'too old' themselves soon enough.


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HA! Retire from what? Sponging off ya?

Lyndhurst NJ
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Well its definitely hard to deny when your kids start to retire lol

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Joan,

Thank you!! Coming from a youngster like you its always a compliment. By the way... you posted your age wrong. ;-)

Bob

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Nineteen Forever!

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