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Published 1 year ago with 6 Comments

Millennials Show Us What ‘Old’ Looks Like

What age do you consider to be old? AARP posed that question to millennials and asked them to show what “old” looks like. Then they introduced them to some real “old” people. Watch what happens when folks let go of their outdated beliefs and embrace the idea that aging is not about decline - it’s about growth.


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  • CatLady

    Great video! They considered 40s "old"? Ouch! Although I do admit to taking my glasses off to text as that one youngster demonstrated.

    • gladsdotter

      I did wonder how much they are exposed to their own grandparents. I for one fully intend to be doing pushups and walking for exercise well into my 90s.

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  • drunkenninja

    I expected a lot of these types of reactions from 6 year olds, not 20-30somethings!

    • Appaloosa (edited 1 year ago)

      The new 20's is 6. The new 60's is 80. We are regressing.

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