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365 Senior Moments You'd Rather Forget by Karen O'Connor (2012-09-01)

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  • By Joseph J. Truncale on July 25, 2015

    As all of us old geezers know, growing old has its pluses and minuses. On one hand our memories sometimes fail us and some of us become senile, but the positive factor is we always get to meet new friends every day. One of the most important things to have as a senior is a sense of humor and that is why I purchased this little 138 page paperback (365 Senior Moments You’d rather forget by Karen O’Connor) book. Laughter is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle.I found this book to have some very funny senior moments, but most of them were merely amusing. It is easy to relate to some of these lapses of memory incidents as we age such as leaving the car running and losing your house keys. At this point in my life I am glad that I have not experienced the majority of things mentioned in this amusing book. Some of the lapses of memory that I found somewhat amusing in this book include the following:“Searching for your favorite pen and finding it perched behind your ear.” “Cutting your own hair to save money and being shocked at the result.” (Note: I did get better with practice). “Making a shopping list then forgetting it at home.” (Which means I bought more than I had planned?) “Fertilizing the lawn before pulling the weeds.” “Leaving home without your house keys and ID.”If you are an old geezer with a sense of humor you will find many of these examples very amusing.Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: The Samurai Soul: An old warrior’s poetic tribute).

  • By Linda Husvar on January 14, 2017

    This little book was very funny. I have made many of the snafus described in the book. I have shared it with other residents at our assisted living facility. We had a lot of good laughs.

  • By Mary Kay Hughes on February 18, 2018

    I love funny jokes that are sometimes true.

  • By Roza41 on August 23, 2017

    Birthday gift to my 80 year old cousin who said he has enjoyed it.

  • By Centsless1 on July 7, 2015

    Absolutely hilarious! It was on a table at my doctor's office so I picked it up and started reading and was laughing so hard, I cried. Bought it as a gift for my brother who turned 60.

  • By JDW on June 26, 2017

    As expected.

  • By Claire on December 18, 2016

    Very funny and a good gift for my friend, thanks

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