49th Birthday Slogans

Over The Hill Mylar Balloon
Over The Hill Mylar Balloon

Some birthdays receive more attention than others. Those that have turned 49 know what I mean. While the Big 5-oh looms, consider these 49th birthday slogans that the celebrant should be allowed to utter:

  • I’m chronologically gifted!
  • Aged like fine wine, complex & fruity.
  • I’m not old, I’m youthfully challenged.
  • Are we the grownups yet?
  • It’s not about age, it’s about attitude.
  • Getting old stinks, but it sure beats the alternative.
  • 49! I demand a recount.
  • It’s just my birthday, I’m not extinct yet!
  • 49! Not me, no way!
  • It’s after fifty that everything that doesn’t hurt doesn’t work!
  • Yes, me – Charter member, “Old farts hall of fame”.
  • Fifty is the ultimate “F” word.
  • I Love my 40’s, because I know what comes next? My 50’s!
  • I’m not 49, I’m 18 with 31 years experience!
  • I can’t believe I’m 49; 48 maybe, but never 49!
  • Once over the hill, you pick up speed.
  • My own mortality will be the death of me yet.
  • How the hell’d I get this old?
  • In dog years I’m dead.
  • Naps & farts, that’s all I’m really good for these days.
  • My wild oats have turned to mush.
  • Old fart, young heart.
  • Aged to perfection!
  • I’m a classic, you only get better with age!
  • Don’t interrupt me while I’m talking to myself.
  • Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.
  • Age equals wisdom – hear this youngin’s?
  • I’ll be spontaneous when I get around to it.
  • Growing old is inevitable. Growing up is optional.
  • I get everything I set my mind to. Now where’d I set my mind?
  • I have the body of a god – Buddha!
  • I’ll be kind to my kids; they’ll be choosing my nursing home.
  • I’m immortal — so far!
  • I will avenge myself and live long enough to be a problem to my kids!
  • I’m cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.
  • Age is not a destination, it’s a journey!
  • Due to budget cuts, the light at the end of my tunnel has been turned off.
  • AND – He may rule the roost, but I rule the rooster!

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