The Big Book of Wrinklies' Wit and Wisdom

The Big Book of Wrinklies' Wit and Wisdom

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Senior citizens have never gone gentle into that good night: they live life to the fullest, take on new challenges, and show the world how to grow old disgracefully This sparkling collection of saying andquips proves that the stereotypes of knitting grannies and doddering granddads couldn t be farther from the truth. With a vast assortment of topics addressedamong them life, love, the universe, and Viagrathese quotes are simultaneously hilarious and pithy, and prove Maurice Chevalier right when he said that "old age isn't so bad when you consider the alternative.""
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Product details

  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 127 x 193.04 x 43.18mm | 521.63g
  • Prion Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1853756709
  • 9781853756702
  • 1,355,387

About Rosemarie Jarski

Rosemarie Jarski writes screenplays and compiles anthologies. Her previous publications include Hollywood Wit and Wisecracks (Prion). Fathers' Wit was published by Prion in 2005. She lives in London and the US. Allison Vale taught A-Level History in London before becoming an author and specialist Advisory Teacher. She now lives in Somerset with her husband and their two children. Alison Rattle worked in London as a fashion designer before moving into publishing. Born in Liverpool, she now lives in Somerset with her partner and three children. Their previous publications include Mothers' Wit (Prion), Hell House and Other True Hauntings and Wrinklies' Wit Forever (Prion).
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Review quote

"'With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.' - William Shakespeare 'Age is a question of mind over matter. If you don't mind, age don't matter.' - Satchel Paige 'I refuse to admit that I'm more than 52, even if that does make my sons illegitimate.' - Nancy Astor 'My mother used to say the seven ages were: childhood, adolescence, adulthood, middle age, elderly, old, and wonderful. - Mary Wilson"
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Table of contents

Chapters include: Age Is Just a Number; Growing Old Is...; Signs You're Getting Old; Cosmetic Surgery; Famous Oldies; The Fountain of Youth; Maturity; Going Gaga; The First 100 Years; Wisdom & Advice; Mottoes to Live By.
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