There was an elderly woman talking to her granddaughter.
"I've reached that age, when I have begun to develop furniture disease," said the old woman.
"What's that nan?" asked the granddaughter.
"It's when your chest drops into your drawers," came the answer.
by Kathryn L Hill 9 years ago
For an atheist, what is his/her state of happiness based on? Do atheists have more free will? Do they have more love in their hearts? Do they have more hope in their ability to survive? Are they more sociable and charitable? What is the advantage of not believing in God... or IS there an...
by Sima Ballinger 2 years ago
At what point should your child move out of the home? And is there a certain age they should move?
by Neha J 10 years ago
If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what age would it be?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What should a woman in her 50s ALWAYS have in her personal & fashion arsenal?
by Stacie L 10 years ago
The Rolling Stones celebrated the 50 year anniversary this week during a show in London. They are undoubtedly grandfathers at this time of their lives. Mick is pushing 70!What a run and Mick has become mainstream recently as he appeared on a few family programs..he was on SNL this year, mocking...
by DaniellaWood 13 years ago
Do you know if you have to be a certain age (ie. 18+) to publish a novel in the UK?I'm writing a novel at the moment and my ultimate goal, as is for every aspiring novelist, is to get it published, but the only thing is I'm not 18 yet. Would that matter?
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