Friday funnies: ‘oldtimers’

These old-timers in their 80s are both having problems remembering things.

Senior couple on couch watching TV

A couple in their 80s are both starting to have trouble remembering things so they decide to visit the doctor for a check-up. The doctor tells them they’re generally healthy but they might want to consider writing things down to help them remember.

One night, while watching TV, the old man gets up from the couch.

“Where are you going?” asks his wife

“Just to the kitchen,” he replies

She sits up a little, “Can you get me a bowl of ice cream?”

“Of course.”

She looks at him for a moment then says, “Maybe you should write it down so you remember it.”

“No,” he says, “I’ll remember it.”

“Well, I’d like some strawberries on it, too,” she adds. “You’d better write it down. You’re going to forget.”

The man looks annoyed. “I can remember that! You want a bowl of ice cream with strawberries.”

“I also want some whipped cream. I’m sure you’ll forget, so please won’t you write it down?”

“No, I won’t write it down because I can remember that! Leave me alone. You want ice cream with strawberries and whipped cream. I’ve got it, for goodness sake!”

The man grumbles as he heads to the kitchen.

After about 15 minutes he returns and places a plate of bacon and eggs in his wife’s lap

She stares at the plate for a moment and says, “Where's my toast?”



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    16th Dec 2016
    I can relate to that, my grandparents living with us when grandpa had a stroke and had difficulties looking after my granny descending into the realm of dementia. I was only I kid in school and mum was a full time nurse. Fun and games I can tell you I could write a book about this. Grandpa and me had a good report, he could not express himself but I could sense what he was about and we had lots of jokes together. Grandma was of the planet and I head to manage as good as I could while mum was trying to earn a living. Makes you grow up quick.

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