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Thread: Better metaphor than "As old as the hills"?

  1. #31
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    I'm surprised nobody has mentioned "as old as time itself" yet.

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    Since the invention of payment... as old as the bills.
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    As old as a Kwik-E-Mart sandwich.

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    Apropos of today, I'm so old I voted for Richard Nixon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Apropos of today, I'm so old I voted for Richard Nixon!
    I was too young to not vote for Nixon. I almost voted for Carter, but I was a couple of months shy of 18 for the 1976 election.

    I think my personal favorite weird thing about my age is that the draft ended (1973) before I turned 18, but the Selective Service registration didn't start till 1980 and I was too old for it by then (you had to have been born after 1960). I was in this couple of year window between those two.
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