Lying about one’s age runs in my family

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In a column I wrote six years ago for the Nevada Appeal, I tell the truth about my family, but not about my age. Click on over to learn about this odd little family tradition of believing that age ain’t nothing but a number…

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4 thoughts on “Lying about one’s age runs in my family

  1. That’s quite a family you have, Lorie. I admire their gumption. I’m lack the confidence to be able to lie about my age and think people will believe me; so I usually just blurt it out and get it over with.

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    1. Since everyone knew they were lying, it became a joke. Funny thing: before I turned sixty and told some my actual age, they argued with me. “You can’t be that old!” Since sixty however, they’ve stopped arguing.

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