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You know what it means to 'shoot your cuffs'

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time waster

when you say, "back in my day...".
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Just for curiosity, whats the age group here in Daniweb? Anyone want
to tell their age? I'm 19.

You know what it means to 'shoot your cuffs'

You know what it means to "wind a watch".

when you say, "back in my day...".
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Just for curiosity, whats the age group here in Daniweb? Anyone want
to tell their age? I'm 19.

I'm 39. I'm just starting to say "Back in my day..." and making up BS stories about how rough it was and how coddled today's youngsters are compared to "my day" and how much more we respected our "elders". At 19, you're WWWWAAAAYYYYY too young to say "Back in my day...".

I'm 39. I'm just starting to say "Back in my day..." and making up BS stories about how rough it was and how coddled today's youngsters are compared to "my day" and how much more we respected our "elders". At 19, you're WWWWAAAAYYYYY too young to say "Back in my day...".

I think even in your twenties, you are still too young to say "Back in my day" until you reach mid-thirties or forties.

If during summer, you start walking around in khaki shorts, white socks and brown sandals!

I'm 57.

>>At 19, you're WWWWAAAAYYYYY too young to say "Back in my day...".

It was just a saying. I don't literally say it. Although I do reminiscent about
my childhood where I had no responsibility.

So AD, I finally found your secret identity... in the attached screenshot ;)

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When you remember when "program" was just a wierd American spelling of "programme", and a "programme" was just something you watched on telly.

It was just a saying. I don't literally say it. Although I do reminiscent about my childhood where I had no responsibility.

I am not sure if you noticed, but the verb form you want is reminisce. Just to let you know, I'm not really anal just thought I could help you out if grammar is not your strong point.

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Grammar > everything :P

When your first computer had no harddrive and only two big floppy disk drives.

My first one had a tape-deck :)

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