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A couple had been married for 50 years. "Things have really changed," she said. "You used to sit very close to me."

"Well, I can remedy that," he said, moving next to her on the couch.

"And you used to hold me tight."

"How’s that?" he asked as he gave her a hug.

"Do you remember you used to nudge my neck and nibble on my ear lobes?"

He jumped to his feet and left the room. "Where are you going?"

"I’ll be right back," he said. "I’ve got to get my teeth"

Children touring a retirement home were asked by a resident if they had any questions. "Yes," one girl said. "How old are you?" "I’m 98," she replied proudly. Clearly impressed, the child’s eyes grew wide with wonder. "Did you start at one?" (Contributed by Ruth Naylor, Reader’s Digest)

An older couple went to their 60th high school reunion. There was a dance off that took place and of course they tried their best to win. The judges gave them first place citing all of the difficult dips that they attempted. The old man said "Dips, Dips? We were just trying to hold each other up."

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