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What does it mean when you turn 80 years old?

What does it mean when you turn 80 years old?

Turning 80 means you have made it beyond the average life expectancy. To celebrate this blessing, share in the joy with one of these great 80th birthday sayings. Add one of these messages in your birthday card or on a note card with some flowers. A lot can happen in 80 years.

Is it normal for over 80 year olds to be concerned about health?

There’s no denying that the over-80s are terribly concerned about health. When you’re younger you mostly think that if something’s wrong with you, they fix it and you’re back to normal. Not at our age.

Is there any joy or happiness after 60?

All you people need to face the truth. There is absolutely no joy or happiness of any kind once you get past 60. Nobody gives a crap about an old wrinkly dried up person, be it man or woman. If you were blessed enough to have had any kids they probably care about you but not enough to be bothered with you.

Is the Health Service good at treating over 80s?

Pills are our daily diet. The health service, having switched, in the words of the great Sir George Godber (the brilliant chief medical officer in the 1960s), from emphasising care to concentrating on treatment, is probably going to be quite good at treating the burgeoning over-80s.

There’s no denying that the over-80s are terribly concerned about health. When you’re younger you mostly think that if something’s wrong with you, they fix it and you’re back to normal. Not at our age.

Turning 80 means you have made it beyond the average life expectancy. To celebrate this blessing, share in the joy with one of these great 80th birthday sayings. Add one of these messages in your birthday card or on a note card with some flowers. A lot can happen in 80 years.

Can a 83yr old man walk without pain medication?

My 83yr young Dad (toughest old boy you will meet 🙂 has been walking on bone to bone for years (watching him really struggle to walk without pain medications for the last year and saying he is ok was wearing thin. He refused to get an Accrod sticker and swore he would never go under the knife.

Pills are our daily diet. The health service, having switched, in the words of the great Sir George Godber (the brilliant chief medical officer in the 1960s), from emphasising care to concentrating on treatment, is probably going to be quite good at treating the burgeoning over-80s.

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