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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I realised the other day that I am old enough to be a grandparent. If I had have had a baby at 16 or 17 and that child had a baby at the same age then I would be a grand parent right now.

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    Hehe I made my mum a grandma at 36, she had 2 grandkids before 40. Now at 43 she is a grandma to 5!

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    Where do old ladies buy their old lady clothes?

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    I was watching the latest transformers movie and mark whalburg's character had a 17yo daughter and he said that he didn't want her to have a baby at the same age he did which was 17. Dp and I did the maths and realised I turned 33 this year while dp turns 34 this year. It was a depressing end to the night to realise we are getting older.

    How did your mum react?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Where do old ladies buy their old lady clothes?
    I saw old lady clothes at best and less the other day. You know the printed dress that lots of old ladies wear..

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    Mum always knew she would be a young grandma but she at least wanted to hit 40 before it happened lol. She wasnt happy when we told her I was pregnant with our first but that was more the situation we were in at the time and not the age factor. My youngest sister is now 16, the age mum was when she fell pregnant with me and my poor sister has pretty much been put on lock down lol.

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    Yeah I do
    And twin sets. Where do they come from?
    I'm baffled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Where do old ladies buy their old lady clothes?
    I was always sure it was Millers however seeing as I have been known to shop there I have decided they must have changed their target market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Where do old ladies buy their old lady clothes?
    1411527313021.jpg

    Is this what you mean?

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    Even worse that that, DSS.
    Things that look like hand me downs from the 50s or something.
    I'll do my best to find a picture.

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    OK these pictures are of an actress but I swear I have seen these and worse on living old people.
    They just don't sell things like this anymore so they must be old, old clothes which is a bit yucky.

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