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Funny story: Sharper Minds In Elders Generated By Military Video Games

Sharper Minds In Elders Generated By Military Video Games

Recent research shows that short- term memory and long term focus in older adults can be enhanced by participation in military video games involving blood and slaughter. Killing people in the videos must be accomplished in the space of two or three...
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Funny story: The Reason America's Oldest Electrician Finally Retired At 98

The Reason America's Oldest Electrician Finally Retired At 98

WALLA WALLA, Washington - Shocking Illustrated Monthly, the definitive magazine publication dealing with the world of electricians and electricity, has just done a tribute story on Horatio Byron Kandlekindle. Mr. Kandlekindle, who just turned 98,...
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Funny story: Nonagenarian Couple Celebrates Their 75th Wedding Anniversary

Nonagenarian Couple Celebrates Their 75th Wedding Anniversary

Kissimmee FL: A lavish anniversary party was held at Disney World for Betty and Harold Smith originally from Minot ND, currently retired to Tampa FL, having been married to each other for 75 years. The celebration was held at a hotel in the Magic...
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Funny story: Advice, Support & Tips for those entering old age - from Bartholomew Utterswaithe Part 4

Advice, Support & Tips for those entering old age - from Bartholomew Utterswaithe Part 4

This article, was designed by the effervescent, disconsolate, decrepit, depressed Bartholomew Utterwaithe (66), to offer help, support, succour and advice to those of the population who are entering their 60's - in an effort to lessen the culture-shock suffered by many, when they also get made redundant at 62 years of age, then suffer heart failure, loneliness, depression, and being overcharged fo...
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Funny story: Advice, Support & Tips for those entering old age - from Bartholomew Utterswaithe Part 3

Advice, Support & Tips for those entering old age - from Bartholomew Utterswaithe Part 3

This article, was designed by the effervescent, disconsolate, decrepit, depressed Bartholomew Utterwaithe (66), to offer help, support, succour and advice to those of the population who are entering their 60's - in an effort to lessen the culture-shock suffered by many, when they also get made redundant at 62 years of age, then suffer heart failure, loneliness, depression, and being overcharged fo...
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Funny story: 21 Questions about Senior Citizens Answered by a US Senior Citizen!

21 Questions about Senior Citizens Answered by a US Senior Citizen!

The following (with permission) is based on Inchcock's magazine article "20 questions about Senior Citizens answered by a Senior Citizen," but from a US readers perspective. It's akin to Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. 1) Q: Where can guys over 65 find youthful, pretty women who are interested in dating them? A: Look in the adult bookstore under PORN videos. 2) Q: How ca...
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Funny story: 20 questions about Senior Citizens answered by a Senior Citizen!

20 questions about Senior Citizens answered by a Senior Citizen!

1) Q: Where can guys over 65 find youthful, pretty women who are interested in dating them? A: I look in the library under Romantic Fiction. 2) Q: How can a man cope during his wife's menopause? A: Blowed if I can remember! 3) Q: How can a woman raise the heart rate of her 65+ year old spouse? A: She should tell him she's with child. 4) Q: What can an older woman do for the w...
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Funny story: Mirror, mirror on the wall... - Senior Citizens Questions

Mirror, mirror on the wall... - Senior Citizens Questions

The following communication was received in our mail box this month, from one of our more mature readers. The other morning, whilst I was preparing my delicate facial features for their daily shave, I could not help but notice the corrosion and disintegration those facial features had undergone in recent years. I began to dream up questions I'd like to ask the mirror, and afterwards I penned th...
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Funny story: A Senior Citizen's Thoughts on MPs

A Senior Citizen's Thoughts on MPs

MY THOUGHTS ON MP's Today Our beloved crooked MP's, got elected using lies, nepotism, and audacity, Along with astucity, loquacity, Daddies money, and much pugnacity, The rich ones got selected for office, where they use their verbosity, No one questioned their morals, nihilism, greed, or alcoholicity, They hang on to office using bribes, lies, backhanders and speciosity, Fiddle...
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Funny story: Abilities to pass on from an Elderly Person

Abilities to pass on from an Elderly Person

One of our more mature contributors to the Inchcock Gazette, has sent in a list of his qualities and skill's he's amassed during his epic and boring lifetime - with an offer to assist others who do not have such qualities, of him passing them on if required. I recall in 1959, the Reverand Salmon taking me to one side, and telling me: "Whatever skills or capabilities you gain, there will always...
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Funny story: Does this Spoof writer qualify for a disability pension? Technology is driving me crazier than I was

Does this Spoof writer qualify for a disability pension? Technology is driving me crazier than I was

Many years ago, around 1957,I was totally fascinated by the television set my dad bought when I was about 9 years old. A small black and white picture came into our living room each day, to amuse us and bring us World News. No needed to get off the couch to change channels, we only had ONE. We DID have to wait a few minutes for the t.v. to 'warm up' though. The test card showed when there...
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Funny story: The Blue Rinse Crowd - Getting Old

The Blue Rinse Crowd - Getting Old

Don't worry about getting old. It happens to us all. JUST DON'T JOIN THE BLUE RINSE CROWD. Our knees may creak and our backs may ache but just stay young at heart...hang around with younger people and if your hair turns white,enjoy it. JUST DON'T JOIN THE BLUE RINSE CROWD. I was lucky in that my hair started to turn white in my 20's and was totally white by my late 20's. It's in the genes...
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Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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