Um....EEP! Jeez now I feel even older :) Just makes me realize where I was 20 years ago and...well it's kinda freaky.....now where'd I put that rockin chair?
I'm so damn old that I didn't even know there was a Transformers Movie. Though I do remember my nephew playing them.
Yikes! Although I think that the 30th anniversary of Star Wars (next year) is much more frightening to think about.
I can handle the Star Wars being thirty as I wasn't even born yet. I mean heck I'll be thirty next year, too. Just the fact that I thought I was much older when sitting in the theater... Just picture a blubbering 8 year old when Optimus Prime bit the big one.
Yes, age is definitely a matter of perception.I am so glad that after years of taking care of my skin, it has payed off. I'm in my thirties and people still think I'm in my twenties.
I hear ya mister!I was a He-Man fan. When they release the 20th Anniversay collection of episodes I thought I should also pick up a walker, white loafers and incontinence pads.How does one feel so old before 30?
Weird...Funny thing is that it still looks totally cool.
I hate things that say "twentieth anniversary" on them. Especially when they seem like JUST the OTHER damned DAY.
I was too old for the Transformers. I've got a full decade you, youngster.
I was so sad that most of the original Transformers died. I think I cried, now that I think of it...Of course I was like 9 I think.
Wow. That's kind of...I'm trying to decide between awesome (because it is the Transformers after all, and I'm pretty sure that Hot Rod AKA Rodimus Prime was a big ol' raging queen of a robot), and depressed because when I tried to hand a copy of the DVD to my nephew, he's all like "This isn't mecha anime, what's up with that?"The movie did rock my world though. So I made him watch it.
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