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Boomer Alert: Funny Senior Articles

Boomer Alert

Boomer Alert: Mother Goose and Groom Cartoon

Looking for some humorous senior articles? Check out our list of articles from Suddenly Senior’s Boomer alert. You’ll enjoy this collection of funny senior articles from our group of gifted authors. Get ready to laugh so hard you’ll need another Depends!

Boomer Alert Articles

Boomers Hate Being Called Seniors

Boomer Alert: Boomers, now joining our ranks by the millions, hate to be called “Seniors.” After years of worshipping at the altar of youth, getting that “Welcome to AARP” letter freaks them. Poor things. I have some suggestions on what to call these aging whippersnappers.

The Joys of Womanhood at 50

One of life’s mysteries is how a 2-pound box of candy can make a woman gain 5 lbs…My mind not only wanders, it sometimes leaves completely…The best way to forget all your troubles is to wear tight shoes…and other truths.

1st Annual “Older Than Dirt” Trivia Quiz

Here’s your chance to prove that your memory’s still (almost) intact. How many do you answer correctly?

Geezer Test! Are You “Older Than Dirt?”

Forgetting things, lately? Here’s your chance for redemption. Twenty questions that will prove once and for all whether you’re older than dirt.

A Day in the Life of a Geezer

Another in Suddenly Senior‘s series “The Real Truth About Getting Old,” Kaiser takes you to his urologist, then his ophthalmologist where you’ll learn more than you ever wanted to know.

Geezer-Eating Pythons Invade Florida

As if we didn’t have enough problems down here. In addition to ever more savage hurricanes, rapacious developers, and arguably the most venal politicians on earth, Florida now claims the title, Python Capital of the Nation.

Taking It All Off for GeezerCam

With WebCams for everything else, it’s time for GeezerCam. The camera could follow my every movement from the times I get up in the middle of the night to pee right through my exciting day until my wife and I shake hands at bedtime. Eye-popping? You bet!

A Geezer’s B-17 Flight into History

A story of heroics exactly 60 years ago. Meet pilot, John McLaughlin, then fly the restored WWII B-17 bomber Fuddy Duddy. Climb aboard. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.

Seniors Bankrupting America?

Boomer Alert: Greedy boomers get blamed for all America’s financial ills these days. What with gazillions going for Social Security, Medicare, and a host of other programs promoting greed and sloth among us old poops, seems there’s hardly anything left for political pork, corporate welfare, and war.

Are Seniors Rude? Or Just Honest.

Boomer Alert: A recent study claims boomers are rude compared with young adults. It found that see nothing wrong in asking about a friend’s hemorrhoids, bankruptcy, or recent marital infidelity across a crowded dinner table. Read the truth about this phenom here.

The First Rule of Geezerdom

There is one rule of senior living that’s as immutable as gravity, God’s Commandments, or Star Trek’s Prime Directive. Learn what it is and how to cope. It’s all here.



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