Senior Joke to Make you Feel Much Better

A senior citizen was walking across a damp meadow when he heard a female voice say, “Sir, I would like to ask a great favor of you “He looked around and saw only a frog sitting on a grass pod. “I must be going nuts,” he thought, “There’s no one here.”

The voice then said, “Please, sir. Please help me.”

Again all he saw was the frog, looking straight at him. “Who said that?” he asked rather loudly.

“I did, sir. I’m the frog. I was a beautiful 19-year-old princess but a witch put a spell on me. Please help me.”

The old man picked up the frog and held it in his hand. “How can I help you?” he asked.

“The only thing that will break the spell is to have a man kiss me in the mouth. Please do it for me, and then I will again turn into a beautiful, sexy, princess and I will really make you feel young again. I will make great love to you.”

The man closed his hand about the frog and stuffed it into his pocket. “At my age,” he said, “I’d rather have a talking frog.”

This can give you a good laugh at first but before you sleep at night this will make you think about your future, what kind of life you’ll have after retirement. Some would say that it’s too early to think about shopping for long term care quote while others consider purchasing long term care insurance early in their life. So what would it be?

You do not have control of the future, your children might just let you live on your own or make you move to nursing homes or assisted living facilities. It’s lonely and pathetic to face your retirement years alone. What you’ve read earlier is not just a story that can make you life and make you feel light. It shows you what happens in real life, you’ll grow old alone and you’ll be content in having a company of a talking frog.

If you don’t plan your future properly and you don’t consider shopping for long term care insurance quotes early, your retirement years would be very inconvenient and to make it worse you’ll brave it all alone. No one wants that, so consider long term care planning as early as you can.


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