Seems that facebook ads have become a new sport here at i could cry. This one is about as scary as they come. Well maybe not as scary as the Elvis Chihuahua, but close.
So let me get this one straight, I should not be SCARED of getting OLD. Ok, so then why are both those words in ominous looking all caps. AND I can not only see how I look old, but I can do this to my friends too?!
Well that might have some appeal to it.
Hey guys, look, I am a way better looking crazy old hag than you are. I am thinking if I did this to the First Thursdays and showed up with prints at dinner you would hear that collective scream around the world.
Oh my, I can even choose my age and try it FREE. And someone would pay for this why?
Correct me if I am wrong but don’t most women my age go into a plastic surgeon’s office and have this type of computer simulation done to show them how they will look YOUNGER? Not sure why we would want to peek any further down the back nine with this application.
Yeh, I think I will keep that little nightmare under wraps and wait for the real thing to gradually creep up on me, then I might not notice as much.
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4 responses to “How Will I Look Old?”
How old are you? I don’t know too many women of any age that have plastic surgery, but I think the Irish people have mastered the art of growing old gracefully ….
oh orla darlin, that is why i love you!
if you lived her on the gold coast of long island the woman start at it in their early 40s.
This would be hysterical if I wasn’t witnessing my own face falling into the back nine, as you put it! Humor is the only way to get past this. I will say tho, if I let my hair go grey it would add very unkind YEARS to my “look” and accentuate every damn wrinkle. I’ll go without surgery but not without Lady Clairol! 🙂
Actually, no download required. I just have to look in the mirror to see what I’m going to look like. (unfortunately, it’s already happened)I spend a lot o time just lifting my jowls a bit to see what I might look like a little younger.