aaamichfan

April 12th, 2012 at 11:32 AM ^

For me, these things started at 26(within the last year). At 24, I could still pull off the whole college life of operating on 4 hours of sleep and hanging out with college-aged girls. Now,  the hangovers are getting worse and the conversations with younger girls are centered around work and other obnoxious "more mature" topics. I wouldn't say I've changed a whole lot, but the people around me have.

I guess it's probably time to move to a bigger city.....

 

sundaybluedysunday

April 12th, 2012 at 11:18 AM ^

Wow, it's kind of terrifying when something hits home like that. I'm 23 and well on my way to becoming a thousandaire. Highlight of my week last week? Buying Oberon. Highlight of my week this week? Buying a Kindle Fire with an Amazon gift card and  Discover cashback and looking forward to downloading Game of Thrones to it when it gets here.

Ugh, I think I'll go crawl in a hole.

denardogasm

April 12th, 2012 at 12:16 PM ^

I was going to say Henrik Zetterberg.

Sidenote: When I typed in Hank Zetterberg to make sure that's who I was thinking of, it of course suggested Zetterberg wife.  Wow.  If I were you I'd try to pull some 6th Day action and go take her out to dinner.  I'm 24 as well and I would most certainly settle down with her.

Edit: Sidenote to that sidenote:  Obviously after discovering Hank's wife I found myself on various hockey wag lists (worth the time) I discovered that our very own Mike Comrie is married to my childhood crush Hilary Duff.  Go blue Mike, Go blue.

JimLahey

April 12th, 2012 at 11:28 AM ^

I knows it's cliché to say this, but your stuff is so funny because you poke fun at things that are absolutely true. Really nice job, Pat.

If you keep going, one day you're going to get paid to do stuff like this. Does your current work involve anything creative like this or is this something you do on the side for now?

Louie C

April 12th, 2012 at 12:25 PM ^

Enjoy. I wish I was still around that age. At age 30 you finally discover the beer belly that you spent the last 10+ years working on, and you actually start looking at life insurance policies and financial advising services. The highlight of my weekend? Cutting the grass and washing the vehicle, one of which is a fucking minivan. OK, end of rant,  nice job. Did you do the beat too? It slaps, or goes hard or whatever the young whipper snappers say nowadays.

LSAClassOf2000

April 12th, 2012 at 1:16 PM ^

...a decade ago, this song sort of makes me wish I was 24 again, except rather than going back to the shitty technical support job I had then while I was still working on the MBA, I would elect to keep my management position so I could actually afford the Bell's being funneled into everyone at the celebration.

If I turn back the clock, I want my access to decent beer to be unaffected. Cool video!

BlueMan80

April 12th, 2012 at 1:51 PM ^

I turn 54 tomorrow and I guarantee not one lyric will be the same when you add 30 years to the song.  I guess I'm in the "I'm old, but not that old" category, since I'm not 60!  Look at it this way...you will be able to shop at Whole Foods, you can buy even better beer and keep it in your own mancave beer fridge and you'll relive your days at Michigan vicariously through your children like I do.

William11

May 22nd, 2012 at 3:37 AM ^

Given the rapid sales, among the many questions swirling onthebroadway around the making Wednesday was this: If a show is bringing in so a large amount money, why would producer want to shut it down, even for a few weeks, and lose millions.