I’m not sure how we got on this discussion

Me: I can’t believe I’m going to be thirty-something soon. Not just thirty but thirty-something.
Him: Yeah :lmao:
Me: Those people are old, that can’t be me :annoyed:
Him: You’ve been thirty-something for a year now though.
Me: No I haven’t. Thirty isn’t thirty-something. Thirty is thirty-nothing.
Him: Once you turn thirty you are thirty and one day or two or 43 days, so that’s something.
Me: Nobody counts by days, nobody says “I’m 37 and 67 days.”
Him: It doesn’t matter, that’s what it is.
Me: :rolleyes:

I still don’t buy it, what about you?

0 Thoughts on “Thirty Something

  1. Damn, your gonna be old! But if it makes you feel any better, I’ve been thirty-something for five years now. Or is it six years?

  2. Nope, you didn’t turn thirtysomething until today. (I turn 30 in June, so I totally get your logic) Totally.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Have lotsa cake! And sweets and treats!!!

  3. Happy Birthday! I agree, you’re now a thirty something. I guess either way you’re in your early thirties.

  4. I agree with you! 30 is plain ole 30.

  5. When people ask how old I am, I say “I’m 33. Actually, I’m 33 and a half. I’ll be 34 in June.” You know, like a kid would. :D

  6. Maureen Navadomskis on February 19, 2009 at 11:11 am said:

    Oooh! Happy Birthday!

    Remember that TV show, Thirty-Something? One of the ladies who was on it, Polly Draper, is the mother of Nat & Alex Wolff, who are ‘The Naked Brothers Band’ (which, I realize, you probably know nothing about – not having teens or preteens hanging around you…). Anyway, they have a show on Nickelodeon & they are not half-bad, musically – especially for their age. Al & I went to see them in concert & Polly Draper was there, sitting up in a high balcony, watching her sons perform & taking pics of them. Us other moms of the teens & preteens there were talking about how we used to watch 30-something & how cool it must be for her to have her kids be such teen idols.

    Me & the other moms reminiscing about 30-something & talking about our teenagers. Now, that’s old!

  7. You’re not old. I AM OLD. I’ll be celebrating the seventh anniversary of my 30th birthday in April.

  8. Yep, once you’re 30, you immediately become 30-something.

    Of course I probably say that because I’m jealous of being 30-something since I’m WELL into being 40-something.

    Pffft.

  9. THIRTY-something? I thought you were closer to my age…forty-something…

    *did I type that out loud?*

    You are just a spring chicken (which would make me an old hen!) Have a Hippo Butt Day and forget about birthdays!! :heather: :erik: :rock:

  10. Happy Birthday, I’ll be 35 tomorrow :(

  11. Robin, as much as I love you, it’s posts like these that make me think if you and manly man ever did run away to Canada you’d end up going crazy and killing us both. (But, I mean, if you’re okay with that so am I…)

    :gwen:

  12. I was never 30 something. I was always 31 or 36 or 30. Last year I turned 3010. This year I will be 3011.

    I was born in ’68, and since 40 is the new 30, by my math, I’m about 29.

  13. Nobody – It doesn’t hurt.

  14. TMP – Sweet, I knew I was right!

  15. Amanda – yeah, that kinda…sucks.

  16. B – Can I get a hell yeah?! Can I also go rub it in my husband’s face?

  17. H – You are a kid…5 years old going on 34.

  18. Maureen – actually, i never watched the show…it always seemed too old and that I wouldn’t get it. i guess now i would :sad:

  19. Grey – age is a state of mind, my mind is telling me I’m 53.

  20. Giggle – a fortysomething would say that :annoyed:

  21. metalmom – i’m flattered or offended, not sure which :eyebrow:

  22. Let’s party~

  23. Is that your way of saying you are taking his side? :robin:

  24. That has to be hard to keep track of.

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