my friend got worked up over AARP mail because she's 30.
May 16, 2017 2:45am CST
I had a facebook friend post today that she is only 30 and got some mail from AARP and she was upset that she was mistaken for someone elderly. I just laughed at it. Personally, I wouldn't let something like that bother me. I would just laugh it off and accept my free tote bag lol. I told her at least she gets a free tote bag. I am sure you don't get it unless you apply but it just made me giggle. I don't think she found it nearly as funny as I did but I alway find that amusing. I mean every piece of mail we get isn't necessarily about us so much as random advertising. I most certainly am not a guy and I get viagra emails and I don't freak out. She works at a nursing home too so I'm sure that probably doesn't help. I guess I just don't get worked up over that kind of thing. I should have told her to grab her a pair of granny glasses and she already owns like 5 cats and just own her new age.
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Haha, I've gotten AARP stuff in the mail... I also get unsolicited baby formula samples and bridal magazines, which I find more offensive. So I'm old yet baby breeding age? XD One of my friends (who is 45) lamented recently that she would start getting AARP stuff in the mail soon, and I laughed because I've already gotten it. I don't think she found it very funny though, but seriously I think it's just random junk mail and shouldn't be taken personally.
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@sissy15 Bwahahahahot pockets... (You are supposed to read that as a cackle that turns into the sad jingle, Jim Gaffigan style.) XD And golly, you can't beat a free tote bag! I'd be like SIGN ME UP! I hate those bridal magazines and just chuck them right in the trash. I wonder if married women get them too? Maybe that's why the divorce rate is so high, those darn magazines arrive every month and remind women of the wonders of weddings and make them want a fairy tale all over again.