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    ~*taaa raaa raaa boom*~ targobelle's Avatar
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    isn't 40 the new 30????
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    I'm beginning to think that MBTICentral is more akin to agedINTPC members central?

    35 here. Judging from when I passed 30, can I recommend that passing 40 is done with style. For me, a bar in Dublin covered it. For someone close to me, a beach in portugal.

    I would suggest passing 40 sat at a computer could be a little soul destroying!

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    Man you people are old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    isn't 40 the new 30????
    Yes, thanks to the boomers. Anyone younger than a boomer is "young".

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I think whether or not it will hurt to turn forty will depend very much on what Toonia uses to give you your birthday spankin'.
    (you know me too well)

    Quote Originally Posted by C.J.Woolf View Post
    But never mind that. You're missing the real point here. It's not that you're approaching 40, it's that the woman you have sex with is approaching 40. This is very very good. Expect a combination of experience and enthusiasm.
    Yeah, that's it. *snoot* *snoot*

    Quote Originally Posted by Zybd03 View Post
    For a man, the 40th birthday is nothing. Unless he is married and did not realize how symbolic/sensitive his wife would be on her 40th birthday...
    It's a few years off for me, but I have all kinds of extravaganzas planned including a facial, pizza, and buying a cello. Very important life lesson: ALWAYS CELEBRATE MISERY!!! Martoon will get his extravaganza!

    Oprah says forty feels wonderful and I believe her - she's rich and fluffy.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    Honestly, 40 seems like nothing now.

    I remember turning 13. That was big. (I spent most of the night alone in bed, mulling over how I would never be a child again.)

    Turning 20 was big -- the "adult" decade. (And 21 also -- now legally boozable.)

    Turning 30 was a big deal -- I was leaving youth behind and aiming for middle-age.

    Turning 40? And anything else? I don't care much anymore. I've gone through enough transitions that the rest of them just don't seem to be a big deal. It's just life. It's a fun excuse to celebrate, but that's all. Actually, I use it as a litmus test to tell myself I need to get my life on track: "You're almost 40, and you don't want to look back later and regret what you've done or have not done."
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    How painful turning 40 is, is directly related to how attached you are to 30's. Who wants to be 30, you might as well just die. Just kidding.

    Uh, congratulations on not dying. Many many people never even get to make it to 40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I'm beginning to think that MBTICentral is more akin to agedINTPC members central?
    I had that same thought a couple of days ago. I must be wise beyond my years.

    If it helps, I'm 23 and don't think that 40 is old. However, when it's my turn I'll probably buy a sports car and some fake boobs anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nottaprettygal View Post
    If it helps, I'm 23 and don't think that 40 is old. However, when it's my turn I'll probably buy a sports car and some fake boobs anyway.
    More gift ideas! Thanks!

    I wonder how useful these would be? hmm
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

    I want to be just like my mother, even if she is bat-shit crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    I wonder how useful these would be? hmm
    Yes, having Martoon wear boob googles should work.

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