For seniors with a sense of humor – THE WORLD IS THEIR URINAL


This is for seniors, both women and men, with a sense of humor.


Men do not have to change their last names when they get married.

Wedding plans seem to take care of themselves.

Men do not have to worry about becoming pregnant.

They can wear a white shirt to a water park or to a beach or … no shirt at all.

Car mechanics tell them the truth.

They do the same work as women for higher wages.

Wrinkles add character to a man’s face.

Rental price for a tuxedo is about $100 as opposed to rental for a wedding dress that is much more costly.

I doubt whether anyone stares at a man’s chest while they are having a conversation, now do they?

New shoes don’t cut, mangle nor blister their feet.

Most of their telephonic conversations are over in 30 seconds flat.

A five day vacation for a man requires one small suitcase.

Men’s underwear costs roughly $9.95 for a three-pack.

Three pairs of shoes in their closet will do them fine.

The same hairstyle can last for years.

Men only have to shave their faces and … maybe a bit of their necks.

They can wear shorts no matter how their legs look.

They can probably do their gift shopping when about to return home from an overseas trip in under 25  minutes.

It has been said that a woman has the last word in any argument and anything that a man says after that is the beginning of a new argument …

A woman worries about the future until she finds a husband while a man never worries about the future until he acquires a wife.

A woman marries a man expecting that he will change, but he doesn’t, while a man marries a woman expecting that she won’t change, but she does.

Women dress up even to do their supermarket shopping or to collect the mail, while a man will only dress up for a wedding or a funeral.

Men are lucky. They wake up as good looking as when they went to bed while women seem to deteriorate during the night.

So – the world is their urinal.

ADVICE TO MARRIED MEN:  Forget your mistakes. There’s no sense in two people remembering the same thing, now is there?

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About Jill

Author of books and articles on support and experiences of living with a mentally ill family member. My aim in blogging is to let others see how a loving family, with a father and husband who is able to give unconditional love, can help the family cope. Many call me the blogging grandma.'

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