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  1. boss.king's Avatar
    21 here. Still waiting to be able to afford my first WP7 device. Probably won't be able to get one until Apollo is out :(

    I wish I had the bank account of a 40 year old :p
    12-04-2011 09:25 PM
  2. toshdellapenna's Avatar
    31

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    12-04-2011 10:04 PM
  3. dakuma's Avatar
    over 40 and STILL cool :)

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    12-04-2011 10:22 PM
  4. hubberttyler's Avatar
    19 created an account just to post this, but I guess now I can be more involved in the forum than just reading threads.

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    12-04-2011 10:54 PM
  5. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    19 created an account just to post this, but I guess now I can be more involved in the forum than just reading threads.

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    Welcome along to WPCentral hubberttyler. The more the merrier. :)
    12-05-2011 03:53 AM
  6. Judge_Daniel's Avatar
    I'm close. I'm just under 22 (give me two and a half weeks). Sorry if 20 is your cutting-off point. :)
    12-05-2011 06:25 AM
  7. 5tephen's Avatar
    I'm 23. Still young though!
    12-05-2011 07:58 PM
  8. Wiccan Lagar's Avatar
    26 about to turn 90. I am an old man. Things hurt that shouldn't. I swear I wake up in the morning and I examine my breasts for lumps. If there is a matching lump on the other side I know I am safe.

    At least I can feel better knowing that for the time being, all the important parts work (if you know what I mean.)

    And if you don't know what I mean, I have no problems going to the bathroom.

    Get your mind out of the gutter foo.
    12-06-2011 03:26 PM
  9. sumorabbit's Avatar
    20. I've always been a tinkerer, but I never dove deep enough into whatever device I was tweaking to potentially brick it. Wp7 is the perfect OS for me, haha. I don't want to put the effort into learning how to fully utilize my jailbroken iphone4 (dead sim, had the # transferred to my focus, now I've got a bulky ipod touch), and since wp7 is so "new," I have enough customization choices to keep me content.

    If I put that detail-focused trait of mine towards my geological engineering degree (in progress, est.....a few years or so), I'd be out of school and working my trade far sooner.
    12-08-2011 05:53 AM
  10. Big Supes's Avatar
    Does it count that I still feel 18? :P
    12-08-2011 07:21 AM
  11. sumorabbit's Avatar
    Does it count that I still feel 18? :P
    That's what she said.

    Ok, that's enough of that. Anyways, the reason I'm commenting on this is because it brings back some good memories of my dad. He didn't pass away, just sort of faded socially when he and my mother seperated.
    He used to ask that question at the most awkward times. One time comes to mind that is mildly funny, and most likely wont end with crickets and an awkward "....oh you shoulda been there" from me.
    AARP called some time ago, I think he had just turned 55 a few days prior, and the lady gave her usual spiel about benefits for the elderly and other services they provide. My dad replied with, "Do I still qualify if I feel like I'm 18?" he bugged her about it for a few response-less seconds before she came back with (while chuckling) "Sir, if you have your ID, we can provide substantial discounts on your current anti-dementia prescription. We understand how easy it is to justify skipping doses to save money." I laughed till oxygen deprivation caused me to stop. I don't know whether anyone else would consider that funny, but maybe it'll inspire some of the site's older members to have their own fun with the premise.
    12-09-2011 08:03 PM
  12. kg4icg's Avatar
    Your only as young as you feel, now that being said, I'm going to hop on BF3 when I get off of work and lay down some rounds on some smacktards.
    12-09-2011 08:58 PM
  13. Reflexx's Avatar
    You tell 'em old timer! Us oldsters need to stick up for our online rights too. It's not all about the Gen Xers.

    55 and still online.
    Gen-X is around 30-40 now.

    I guess kids now would be Gen-Z or something. Or Gen-A2.
    12-10-2011 01:32 AM
  14. Big Supes's Avatar
    That's what she said.

    Ok, that's enough of that. Anyways, the reason I'm commenting on this is because it brings back some good memories of my dad. He didn't pass away, just sort of faded socially when he and my mother seperated.
    He used to ask that question at the most awkward times. One time comes to mind that is mildly funny, and most likely wont end with crickets and an awkward "....oh you shoulda been there" from me.
    AARP called some time ago, I think he had just turned 55 a few days prior, and the lady gave her usual spiel about benefits for the elderly and other services they provide. My dad replied with, "Do I still qualify if I feel like I'm 18?" he bugged her about it for a few response-less seconds before she came back with (while chuckling) "Sir, if you have your ID, we can provide substantial discounts on your current anti-dementia prescription. We understand how easy it is to justify skipping doses to save money." I laughed till oxygen deprivation caused me to stop. I don't know whether anyone else would consider that funny, but maybe it'll inspire some of the site's older members to have their own fun with the premise.
    It's seem we both have something in common. I'd say my dad gave up on life in his late forties. Life itself become a chore for him. No social life, divorced, and very few friends of whom he's managed to hold on to. He's 61 at the moment and his favourite saying is "hopefully it'll see me out".... "Yeah, I'd like one of those new Ford Mondeos... that should see me out". lol
    12-10-2011 10:36 AM
  15. TexZenFool's Avatar
    Gen-X is around 30-40 now.

    I guess kids now would be Gen-Z or something. Or Gen-A2.
    You're right - I should have said Gen-Y or Millennials which usually refers to people born between the mid-1970s to the early 2000s. I've actually done some work studying those differences and should have remembered that. But you must know, due to my advanced age I'm currently suffering from a pre-alzheimer's condition called CRS. Stands for Can't Remember S***.
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    12-10-2011 11:29 AM
  16. CamiKitti's Avatar
    This started out as a joke post and now it's sad :(

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    12-17-2011 11:02 AM
  17. lesd777's Avatar
    lol 40 here. Old school.

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    12-17-2011 11:12 AM
  18. DrKofi's Avatar
    23 year old here. Been using WP7 for almost a year now.

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    12-22-2011 08:03 AM
  19. aximtreo's Avatar
    I'm 67 and feel like 87.:lol:
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    12-22-2011 08:07 AM
  20. iamtheWP7minority's Avatar
    17 here and lovin' my WP!
    01-23-2012 06:18 PM
  21. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    17 here and lovin' my WP!
    Good stuff, I used to be 17 once. (I Think) :D
    01-23-2012 06:27 PM
  22. Reflexx's Avatar
    This started out as a joke post and now it's sad :(

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    Sad?

    Are you mourning our impending deaths already? We still have a few years left!

    Well, at least several months.
    01-23-2012 06:32 PM
  23. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    We still have a few years left!
    I hope so Winning Guy, i'm still waiting on my 8107 update! :( :D
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    01-23-2012 06:35 PM
  24. VernonEL's Avatar
    Gen-X is around 30-40 now.

    I guess kids now would be Gen-Z or something. Or Gen-A2.
    Correct. I'm just under the cutoff for Gen-X, at 30. Somehow, I'm not a Gen-Y-er either. Go figure...
    01-28-2012 04:42 AM
  25. GazooAz's Avatar
    43 here. I thought tech geek's where all kid's.
    01-28-2012 04:16 PM
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