Birthday Quotes, Sayings for 40th, 50th, 60th birthdays - Page 5
You know you are getting old when the candles cost more than the cake.
- Bob Hope
I think when the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay home and have a good cry.
- Josh Billings
Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words.
At the age of 20, we don’t care what the world thinks of us; at 30, we worry about what it is thinking of us; at 40, we discover that it wasn’t thinking of us at all.
Hope your Birthday gently breezes into your life all the choicest of things and all that your heart holds dear Have A Fun- Filled Day.
I have everything now I had twenty years ago – except now it’s all lower.
Pleased to look forward, pleased to look behind, and count each birthday with a grateful mind.
- Alexander Pope
The lovely thing about being forty is that you can appreciate twenty- five- year- old men.
- Colleen McCullough
It is lovely, when I forget all birthdays, including my own, to find that somebody remembers me.
- Ellen Glasgow
Middle age is when a guy keeps turning off lights for economical rather than romantic reasons.
Life begins at forty.
For all the advances in medicine, there is still no cure for the common birthday.
Middle age is when you still believe you’ll feel better in the morning.
- Bob Hope
Forty isn’t old, if you’re a tree.
From our birthday, until we die, Is but the winking of an eye.
Middle age: Later than you think, and sooner than you expected.
- Earl Wilson
We don’t understand life any better at forty than at twenty, but we know it and admit it.
- Jules Renard
At 20 years of age the will reigns; at 30 the wit; at 40 the judgement.
- Benjamin Franklin
Middle age is when your age starts to show around your middle.
- Bob Hope
Once you hit forty you start adding letters “I’m 39A this year”.
May you live all the days of your life.
- Jonathan Swift
Forty is the old age of youth; fifty is the youth of old age.
- Victor Hugo
Life begins at 40 – but so do fallen arches, rheumatism, faulty eyesight, and the tendency to tell a story to the same person, three or four times.
- Helen Rowland