Dang . . . you start becoming an old person when you're WAY too young. It's almost disrespectful to ACTUAL old people that you're stepping on their gimmick.
According to a new survey, the average age when you start becoming an old person is . . . 41. And you fully make the transition by age 57. Here are the top 10 signs you're becoming old, which are supposed to start hitting you at 41 . . .
1. Forgetting people's names.
2. Losing hair.
3. Feeling stiff.
4. Talking a lot about your joints and aches.
5. Groaning when you bend down.
6. Not knowing popular music.
7. Misplacing your keys and glasses.
8. Getting hairier eyebrows, more nose hairs, and more ear hairs.
9. Not lifting heavy things because you're worried about your back.
10. Saying, "Back in my day."
(Bonus points for yellin' at the neighborhood kids to "get outta my damn yard!" before you soak your teeth and climb into bed right after Darcel and Frank wrap up at 6:30.)