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Feeling Old

20 year high school reunion invitation just showed up in the mail.

14 Responses to “Feeling Old”

  1. Medicman Says:

    I had last year. Still feels weird.

  2. Medicman Says:

    Sorry, That should be I had mine last year.

  3. damon Says:

    Class of 87 here, had mine two years ago. Was actually pretty excited about going to mine, then ruptured my achilles 1 week before and couldn’t drive. I was a sad panda.

    btw, I REALLY started to feel old when I realized former classmates had kids who were old enough to graduate from high school.

  4. Gregory Markle Says:

    Somewhere out there the planning for my 25th is likely going on…oddly, the woman I’ll likely take with me as my guest is 25 also.

  5. Tennessee Budd Says:

    I got the notice for my 20th (6 years ago now), replied that I couldn’t (had an onsite that interfered), and never heard from them for the 25th. Guess they figured I don’t really like them that much. Guess they’re probably right.

  6. Kevin Baker Says:

    Mine was NINE YEARS ago.

  7. John Says:

    Try going back to college for the 2nd time around at 44. I’m older than the instructors for the most part and old enough to be dad to most of the other students.

    John

  8. BobG Says:

    “20 year high school reunion invitation just showed up in the mail.”

    Hell, I’ve got t-shirts older than that. I got the notice for my 40 year reunion this year.

  9. Cam Says:

    I have three years left before my 20th, but I can’t gloat about that around the house since my wife’s 25th is this summer. 🙂

  10. Shane Says:

    You’re just now having your 20th? I had mine two years ago. If it’s like mine, you should go. The bartender said it was the best night she’d ever had as far as tips. Turns out the 20-year reunion is the last one where everyone stays up (fairly) late drinking and talking. By the 30th, the shuttle van for the home picks up everybody before the second round can be purchased.

  11. nk Says:

    Class of ’75, Lane Tech, Chicago. I like you too much to say “____ ___, youngster”.

  12. DirtCrashr Says:

    I think the 20th was about the most disappointing event I ever attended. An outdoor picnic it was a baby-parade and bragging pageant more than anything. I didn’t see anybody I knew to talk to, couldn’t find the beer keg, and left after one softdrink.

  13. Linoge Says:

    Christ, you guys are old!

    *runs and hides*

  14. DADvocate Says:

    If I’d gotten one this year, it would be 40.