Shocking Realization

“Mom, did you know that I’m actually closer to being 20 then you are? And, by a lot.”  Anna-11   

What?!? How the hell did this happen? I was 20 just last week…right? This must be some sort of cruel joke. Am I being Punk’d? Is that show even on anymore? Please don’t tell me that Ashton Kutcher is now in his forties too. This sucks.

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28 Responses to Shocking Realization

  1. Lenore Diane says:

    Hahahahahahahaha! That is hilarious!

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  2. Megan Bieber says:

    Christopher Ashton Kutcher
    February 7, 1978 (1978-02-07) (age 33)

    You’re all set

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  3. Tori Nelson says:

    I used to say stuff like this to my mom. Normally she would mumble something about “Them are fightin’ words” and I would be grounded, inexplicably and indefinitely 🙂

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  4. John Erickson says:

    Hey, you need to teach that girl some proper math! You’re both the SAME distance from 20! She’s 11, and you’re 29, so you’re both 9 years off! (Just warn me ahead of time next year, and I’ll work out some proof to show that the kid is STILL farther from 20 than you are! 😀 )

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    • John! You are a genius! You need to patent that math proof and make women everywhere years younger. 😉

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    • dragonfae says:

      Damn … John beat me to it! Yep, you’re only 29 and will never age another day. 😀

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      • Dragonfae, that sounds good to me…29 was a great year. Now if we could only change the date on my drivers license. Maybe John has some scheme for that as well. 😉

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        • John Erickson says:

          Let’s see – the obvious would be a typo, but you’d have to back up the accusation. How about it being the date your parents decided to have a child? That’d give you about a year….. Or maybe, as a tribute to your parents, you had your birthdate back-dated to the day of their wedding? That should buy you a little time. (And give me a chance to come up with something FAR wittier! 😀 )

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          • John you are always thinking! I like that about you. 😉
            Why don’t you have a blog? Or am I just missing out?

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          • John Erickson says:

            Despite several requests, I don’t have a blog of my own. In all seriousness, I’m a “reactor” – I have trouble coming up with ideas out of the blue, but I love feeding off other people’s ideas. Though my buddy Frank over at AFrankAngle on WordPress has convinced me to do a monthly “Ask John” series, once again using other people’s questions as fodder for my warped imagination. Who knows, maybe I’ll get inspired, and (with a LOT of help) turn it into a blog. In the meantime, I’ll just spread my unique form of humour to all those willing to put up with me!

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  5. Yeah, that sucks big time.
    And I still feel 20! Serious.
    WTH?

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  6. Tony McGurk says:

    I hope she was severely punished for saying such a thing 😛

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  7. Scholar Mel says:

    Ashton Kutcher is 34 I believe. He just dates (or is it married) a woman in her 40’s.

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    • Thanks for the info Scholar Mel. Kutcher is a lucky man…women in their 40’s are fabulous creatures. 😉

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      • John Erickson says:

        I agree, my first crush was on a woman in her 40s (well, she was in her 20s when I saw her on TV). The disturbing point in my life was when I realised that my target age of women had insidiously shifted from older than I am to younger. Man, why not just drop a battleship on my ego? 😀

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  8. jsh0608 says:

    Kids say the darndest things for sure. I don’t have any kids yet, but I have lots of cousins, nieces, and nephews, so I hear everything. I will be 30 next year and I’m not looking forward to it…but I’m sure once May 11, comes next year I will embrace it with half opened arms. :0)

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  9. I said the same thing to my mother when I was Anna’s age. I didn’t get ice cream for dessert that night.

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