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How Old Are B&B Active Members?

How old will you turn in 2020?

  • <20

    Votes: 2 0.3%
  • 20 - 29

    Votes: 53 8.7%
  • 30 - 39

    Votes: 123 20.2%
  • 40 - 49

    Votes: 134 22.0%
  • 50 - 59

    Votes: 147 24.1%
  • 60 - 69

    Votes: 101 16.6%
  • 70 - 79

    Votes: 47 7.7%
  • 80 - 89

    Votes: 2 0.3%
  • 90 - 99

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 100 or >100

    Votes: 1 0.2%

  • Total voters
    610
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I'm 23 as of March.
If only I had know then what I know now :wink1:

Reminds me of one of the many great scenes in that film that some of us know so well, where Mr. Robinson has a drink with the young Benjamin Braddock. I tried to find this on youtube, but will just have to cut and paste the quotes from IMDB instead...

Mr. Robinson : All right, come on, let's have a nightcap together.

Mr. Robinson : [reaches for a bottle] Scotch?

Benjamin : Bourbon.

Mr. Robinson : Ben... How old are you now?

Benjamin : Twenty. I'll be 21 next week.

Mr. Robinson : [as he fixes drinks for both of them] That's a hell of a good age to be.

Benjamin : Thank you. Thank you very much, sir.

Mr. Robinson : I, uh... I wish I was that age again. Because, Ben...

Benjamin : Sir?

Mr. Robinson : You'll never be young again.

Benjamin : I know.
 
Or, an even better scene showing that trope of the young buck having a drink with the wily veteran who imparts some words of wisdom...

 
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