45 Funny Quotes About Getting Older

Use these funny quotes about getting older to:

- Project Humor and Positivity: Aging is a natural part of life, and humor helps people approach it with a positive attitude
- Show Relatability: Many people can relate to the experiences and observations in funny quotes about aging.
- As a Coping Mechanism: Humor can be a coping mechanism for dealing with the challenges of aging, such as physical changes, memory lapses, and societal expectations.
- For Bonding: Sharing funny quotes about getting older can create a sense of connection and camaraderie among people of different ages who can all find humor in the aging process.
- For Reflection: Some funny quotes about aging prompt people to reflect on their own experiences and share anecdotes about getting older.
- For Entertainment: Humorous quotes are entertaining and can bring joy and laughter to people's lives, regardless of their age.

We hope these quotes give you a sense of humor and perspective about growing older.

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  1. Keep that smile, keep going the mile, you're young at heart even if you have more farts.   Catherine Pulsifer, Old Age
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  2. The snow of age may dust our hair, it cannot reach within. We'll teach those careworn youths of ours to bear their griefs and grin   Strickland Gillilan, Keep Young At Heart
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  3. You can live to be a hundred if you give up all things that make you want to live to be a hundred.   Woody Allen
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  4. Old age isn’t so bad when you consider the alternative.   Maurice Chevalier

  5. You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.
  6. You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.   George Bernard Shaw

  7. A snap, a crackle, a pop, lets me know I am not decay there is still some life in these old bones I won't waste it with complaints and groans.   Catherine Pulsifer, Snap, Crackle, Pop
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  8. The best part about getting older is that your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them either.   Author Unknown
    As you age, a silver lining is that your friends are trustworthy keepers of your secrets because, just like you, they might not remember them either. The humor in the quote stems from the shared forgetfulness that comes with getting older, creating a lighthearted bond among friends who understand the limitations of memory that come with age.

  9. The changes you have seen! In your days, I would not want to be a teen. No washing machine, no dishwasher, oh, what a disaster.   Catherine Pulsifer, The Good Old Days

  10. I'm not getting older; I'm just increasing my 'vintage' value.
  11. I'm not getting older; I'm just increasing my 'vintage' value.   Author Unknown

  12. Baldness, greying, wrinkles, and more is not my idea of aging galore.   Julie Hebert, Aging Is Fun
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  13. Old Age is rather curious, or so it seems to me. I know old men at forty and young men at seventy-three.   Edgar A. Guest, Old Age
    This funny quote by Edgar A. Guest, suggests that the concept of old age is curious because people's attitudes and behaviors can make them seem older or younger than their actual age. It playfully notes the existence of "old men at forty" who exhibit traditional signs of aging and "young men at seventy-three" who maintain a youthful spirit. The quote highlights the variability in how individuals experience and express their age beyond just the number of years they've lived.

  14. At sixty, the calendar paints a tale, your garden gate rusts, while your youth does pale.   Catherine Pulsifer, Your Rivets Need Oil
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  15. The older I get, the more I realize my wild oats have turned into prunes and All-Bran.   Kate Summers

  16. The really frightening thing about middle age is that you know you’ll grow out of it.
  17. The really frightening thing about middle age is that you know you’ll grow out of it.   Doris Day
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    This funny quote plays on the double meaning of the phrase "grow out of it." In the context of middle age, "grow out of it" is typically used to suggest that someone will move beyond or overcome a particular phase or mindset. However, the humor in this quote comes from interpreting "grow out of it" literally, as in physically growing older. The quote is  a humorous take on the inevitability of aging and the fact that middle age is just one stage in the continuous process of growing older. The fear, in this context, is not about being in middle age but rather about the certainty of progressing through it into the next phases of life.  

  18. I'm too young to be this old it is like catching a cold. It happens before you know the years fly by and then you're old.   Catherine Pulsifer, Old

  19. From sliced bread to smartphones, you've seen it all,
    Yet setting the digital clock still makes you stall.   Catherine Pulsifer
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  20. Age is just a number, but these wrinkles? Those are my life's lines of wisdom and laughter.   Author Unknown

  21. But as the years add up, so does the need,
    To use your walker with increasing speed.   Catherine Pulsifer
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  22. I'm at an age where my back goes out more than I do.   Amber R. Treeman

  23. You may wish you could turn back the clock the age you are turning is a shock.
  24. You may wish you could turn back the clock the age you are turning is a shock. Years go flying by it seems "I'm not old", you always scream.   Catherine Pulsifer, You May Wish

  25. Changes I could name a few I know that is not what you want me to do but look at the color of your hair and your skin no longer looks so fair.   Catherine Pulsifer, A Time To Fret
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  26. Turning sixty-five, now isn't that a treat? You've earned your silver hairs and shuffling feet.   Catherine Pulsifer, Silver Hair And Shuffling Feet
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  27. I’m staring at this strange old face, and someone else is in my place!   Unknown, Not My Age
    This funny quote reflects a common sentiment that many people experience as they age and see changes in their appearance. The author is humorously expressing surprise or disbelief at the transformation they see in the mirror. The phrase "I'm staring at this strange old face" suggests a sense of unfamiliarity or perhaps a disconnect with the image reflected in the mirror. The humor lies in the recognition that time has passed, and the physical changes that come with aging may not always align with one's internal sense of self. The feeling of "someone else is in my place" captures the humorous realization that the reflection may not match the mental image the person has of themselves.

  28. On your 30th birthday, you bid adieu, to roaring engines and skies so blue. Swapped your Harley for a treadmill with delight   Catherine Pulsifer, On Your 30th
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  29. You know you're getting older when your idea of a wild night involves an early dinner and a game of Scrabble.   Lucy V. Smitty

  30. For many, old age is a friend it doesn't mean life is at an end. Get up and dance and sing a tune don't sit and be a prune.   Kate Summers, Old Age You Say
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  31. I sit back and wonder about the years that have flown by and just disappeared and then I realized no sense in being down I might as well be the senior clown.
  32. I sit back and wonder about the years that have flown by and just disappeared and then I realized no sense in being down I might as well be the senior clown. Catherine Pulsifer, I Did Dread
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  33. Your 25th year, a milestone grand, a silver age, oh, isn't it just grand? Catherine Pulsifer, Less Hair To Trim
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  34. Remember, age is just a state of mind. A state of mind that also includes groaning when you bend down to tie your shoelaces.   Frederick Sam Lutes
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  35. Today is the oldest you’ve ever been, and the youngest you’ll ever be again.   Eleanor Roosevelt
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    Eleanor Roosevelt is highlighting the paradoxical nature of "today" — it is the oldest point in your life because it's the culmination of all your past experiences, and at the same time, it's the youngest point because it is the present. The quote encourages people to appreciate and make the most of the current moment since it represents the youngest they'll ever be in their lifetime. 

  36. Oh, what is old? Let me ponder upon this quest, 40, 50, 60 or even 70, who knows best? Does youth depart as silver strands multiply? Or wisdom dawn as creaking joints amplify?   Catherine Pulsifer, What Is Old?
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  37. Getting older is realizing that your idea of 'rock and roll' involves sitting in a chair, not falling out of one.   Sam R. V. Gould

  38. Your age is just a number it is not time for slumber.
  39. Your age is just a number it is not time for slumber.  
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  40. They say your memory starts to go - you forget things you use to know - you see a person, but forget their name on your age, you do blame!   Catherine Pulsifer, Golden Years

  41. My face carries all my memories. Why would I erase them?   Diane Von Furstenberg
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  42. On your 55th birthday around the sun, a little less hair, but much more fun.   Catherine Pulsifer, Wisdom Declared
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  43. Yes with age you may have to adjust a bit but it doesn't mean you have to sit and knit!!   Catherine Pulsifer, The Age
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  44. Life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer you get to the end, the faster it goes.   Author Unknown
    This funny quote is a metaphor that suggests life is similar to a roll of toilet paper. The humor lies in the comparison between the consumption of toilet paper and the passage of time in life. As you use toilet paper, it seems to go faster the closer you get to the end of the roll. Similarly, the quote implies that as you age and approach the "end" of your life, time seems to pass more quickly. It's a light-hearted way of acknowledging the perception that time accelerates as one grows older.

  45. You Know Your Getting Older When....

  46. You know you're getting old when "happy hour" means a nap.

  47. You know you're getting older when your back goes out more than you do.

  48. You know you're getting older when you have a party and the neighbors don't even notice.

  49. You know you're getting older when you finally get your head together and your body starts falling apart.

  50. You know you're getting older when your idea of a night out is sitting on the patio.

  51. You know you're getting older when you get excited about a new lawnmower.

  52. You know you're getting older when "snack time" is now "nap time".

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