I don’t think you being a baldy cünt by 50 will effect your abseiling skills, thats the important thing....I think 35 is almost like a threshold for when you slowly start to realize you're not that young anymore.
My hair is falling out - so it means I will be bald by 50, if not earlier.
And not wanting to converse with under 25s....they are mostly just air heads.
Drift/* As US terminology may differ from UK an ophthalmologist is a doctor with an MD degree and advanced training in eyes and works with medical conditions of the eye. An optometrist has a OD degree and measures vision , prescribes glasses, can check for glaucoma etc.
That was her come on lookDrift/
Many years ago I was sent to the Opthalmology department at the Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot for an eye muscle balance test - this was the first stage of aircrew selection. Anyhow I found the word “ophthalmology” to be a bit of a tongue-twister so I practiced it a few times to get it right.
I walked up to the reception desk and asked the young QA “Where’s the opthalmology department?” She gave me a look that could only mean “wänker” and pointed saying “Eye department that way”
Me too.... I saw the predicament of many of my customers, and in- laws, as they got older, they left it too late to move, and life got very difficult.