Under-utilized

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Me: Hey! How old are you?

Hubs: 55

Me: You qualify for the senior citizen discount at Belks!!!

Hubs: You have to be 65 at a lot of places.

Me: Sorry, Bub, but according to Belk’s you are a senior citizen.

Hubs: *silent*

Me: I am not utilizing you to your fullest potential!

Hubs: *silent*

Me: You are under-utilized!!

Hubs: *walks away*

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Comments

  1. says

    Did you really think he wanted to be a “senior”? And did you really want to be married to an old fogey anyway?

    When my children were young, I used to tell them that I was “over 21″. That was old enough to do anything legally, I insisted; when my fifth child was about 3, he asked me if I would be “over 22″ this birthday. I graciously conceded. And “Over 22″ I have remained.

  2. says

    hahahaha….oh my. I’m with your hubby. I would have turned and walked away. My hubby teases me all the time about my age. Thankfully, I don’t look it. Well, that’s what I’m claiming. :) Blessings, SusanD

  3. says

    and men think we’re sensitive? My hubby was rather sensitive about turning 40 this year. He certainly did not like the phrase “over the hill”.

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