I won’t bore you with too many details, but we had some time to kill in New Jersey. We saw a Dunkin Donuts with outdoor seating, so we pulled in. My husband and I went inside to get drinks.

As my husband paid for the drinks he saw that the clerk gave us the Senior discount.

My Husband, who is four years younger than me (four years and seven months if you are a toddler) was taken aback by this. Admittedly, my husband looks young, but whatever.

When we went to the seats outside, my husband was pretty confident the clerk gave us the senior discount because of me…


I am grateful that when my Husband went inside by himself to get a bottle of water, a different clerk gave him, and him alone, the senior discount….

51 thoughts on “Gratitude Saturday October 24

  1. My Hubby is more than ready. He’s been getting AARP stuff in the mail since he was in his 20’s and now his like “I might as well get some benefits after all this time!”


  2. Lol! When I was in my late 30s/early 40s my then husband (6 years older) and I went to a movie and I asked for one senior and one child ticket as a joke, but the teenager selling tickets complied. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


  3. I was food shopping a few days ago and the clerk asks me if I “have” the discount. I said, “what discount?” She gets a little sheepish and says, “senior citizen?” I say, “oh, how old?” She says, “62.” I say, “I’m close.” And she gives it to me anyway because she feels bad for asking. I came home and looked in the mirror, I could pass as 62, or 57, probably not 45. It’s all relative. Love that your husband got the discount solo, karma’s a bitch! Best, C

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