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… except you should replace ’30’ with ’70’.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s great working with a bunch of young, talented, hungry, enthusiastic, culturally aware, socially-minded people … it keeps you informed, on your toes, ambitious and, to a certain degree, young … but by the same token – when you take away those rare moments where you can laugh in their face at the issues they think are issues – it can also make you feel old, achey, anti-social and grumpy.
So to those people who say 40 is the new 20, trust me you’re wrong. Mainly because the only people who say that are 40 year olds. Everybody else – younger and older – know you’re just a delusional fool who needs to go to bed at 9pm on a weekday.
Thank you to Clare Pickens @ W+K Amsterdam for finding the picture that I have stolen without her permission [true to my Nottingham roots] for this post. She may be the most Hollywood connected Scouser in the history of Scousers, but she’s still toptastic.
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