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By Diane Farr
Thursday February 25, 2010
I never tell anyone my age. But I don’t look like any of you three either
Is that you in the middle Diane? It doesn’t even look like you
I am totally throwing one of these parties. Thanks for this
I love a woman who owns her age. I think you should for sure
This party was not only fun, but made us all closer friends. I highly reccomend it.
I am not in this picture. Don’t get me started…
Hi Diane, I know your mom and I bet she has parties for the over 50 club! So much of her humor is in you
Hey! I went to this party! I haven’t seen you in too long girl! Great writing on here.
Was the whole party filled with MILF’s?
Ok Jim, you are actually going to get an answer to this very funny comment. The whole dinner party was filled with beautiful babes, who were over thirty. But since we all live in Los Angeles – only one of us had children at the time (my friend who was over 40). Because in the city of Angeles, we don’t breed early. Thanks for commenting. DF
I’ll turn 30 next year. Whenever I tell people my real age, people would say, “Really? I thought you are a certain age.” I look like I could be in high school. HA HA!! I can’t wait to turn 30.
I couldn’t wait to turn 30 also. It felt validating, like people would stop laughing at my ideas or goals. and they kind of did. enjoy the jump – DF
Yes, I will !
I started the countdown on January 1 ’til my birthday (July 27). Will I miss my 20s? When I hit 30, nah.
This past Wednesday, I turned 30. Woohoo! I was a bit worried about turning 30, but I’ll be fine.
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