Funny Birthday Quotes
Birthday quotes are great but funny birthday quotes are even better. Nothing like laughing at your age, or like many younger people like to do with their elders (even if they are only a few months to a few years older) laugh at other peoples ages! That which is written in red is the thoughts of Julie Hebert about that particular quote.
Inside every older person is a younger
person wondering what the hell happened.
This is one of my
favourite ageing quotes. And it is so true. Every year we
get older we wonder where our youth went. That is why it is so
important to live each day to the fullest. Life goes by, way to
Gray hairs are a sign
of wisdom and although we all like to pick fun at then, they are a sign
of maturity and should be thought of as nothing else but that!
I suppose at some
stage in our lives when we can no longer do, we have to do something.
So we give advice and hope that the person we give it to gets some use
out of it!
Like I've said before,
growing old is an accomplishment and if we don't grow old the
alternative is not being here. I want to grow old, cause if I
don't, it means I'm no longer here.
John P. Grier
A man wrote this, I think that is funny! But regardless, this is true, if you think you are old, you are, if you think you are young, you will feel young!
Everyone knows that
men age well. I think this is unfair, but it is true!
I think we put too
much emphasis on birthdays and aging. The important part is
enjoying every day we live and not taking anything for granted!
We hope you got a good laugh from these hilarious sayings. We sure did. So while you are getting a good laugh out of someone's ever changing age, make sure to remember to send them birthday wishes. It is their birthday after all and they should be sent some sort of congratulations. Every year we get older is an accomplishment in our life. That is worth a whole lot of congratulations!
Aging is an inevitable process. I surely wouldn't want to grow younger.
The older you become, the more you know; your bank account of knowledge is much richer.
William M. Holden