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Top 10 signs

You Are No Longer "Cool" When
♦ You find yourself listening to talk radio.
♦ You daughter says she got pierced and you look at her ears.
♦ The pattern on your shorts and couch match.
♦ You fondly remember your powder blue leisure suit.
♦ You think Tragically Hip is when a middle-aged man gets a new sports car, hairpiece and a 20-year-old girlfriend.
♦ You criticise the kids of today for their satanic suicide-inducing music, forgetting that you rocked to Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath.
♦ You call the police on a noisy party next door instead of grabbing beer and joining it.
♦ You turn down free tickets to a rock concert because you have to work the next day.
♦ When grass is something that you cut, not cultivate.
♦ When jogging is something you do to your memory.
♦ Getting a little action means your prune juice is working.
♦ All the cars behind you flash their headlights.
♦ You remember the "Rolling Stones" as a rock group not a corporation.
♦ You bought your first car for the same price you paid for your son's new running shoes.
♦ You actually ASK for your father's advice.
♦ You don't know how to operate a fax machine.
♦ When someone mentions SURFING you picture waves and a surfboard.

Time to do the laundry
You're wearing your last pair of underwear in the shower consistently.
You've worn your sheets to school because you can't get them off of you.
Your socks act like a shirt does when it's heavily starched and emit a serious funk.
Your roommate walks around wearing a full body medical suit like they did in the movie "Outbreak" to avoid catching the Ebola virus.
The Snuggle Bear on the softener bottle officially died last week.
The DEA's drug sniffing dog is always coming by to sniff your laundry because the strong stench makes him think you have 28 tons of pot in your closet.
Even after sewing 28 spring scented dryer sheets to the inside of your shirt, your friends still say you reek.
The phrase "Wash Me" is visibly written in your jeans.
Your red T-shirt is now green.
The boss pulls you aside to remind you that your company's casual days do not include your college graduation gown and scuba diving fins.


Source: ahajokes.com


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