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Ifs called Santacon, and I was completely unaware of it (probably revealing how out-of-touch and unhip I've become) until this past year, when on Saturday, December 10, those same hordes of twenty-and thirty-somethings seemed to be everywhere, in Santa suits, Santa hats, reindeer antlers, elf ears, you name it.
It's called Santacon, and I was completely unaware of it (probably revealing how out-of-touch and unhip I've become) until this past year, when on Saturday, December 10, those same hordes of twenty- and thirty-somethings seemed to be everywhere, in Santa suits, Santa hats, reindeer antlers, elf ears, you name it.
This is a comedy about two thirty-something men, Paul Rudd and Sean William Scott, who get lumbered with problem children as community service.
Blackburn Rovers boss Graeme Souness spilled the beans a few weeks ago when he said that his signing of thirty-something trio Paul Dickov, Javier de Pedro and Dominic Matteo was a deliberate policy.
Twenty and thirty-somethings searching for their first home, with less than pounds 150,000 to spend, will also be shown alternative ways to buy their first home -off plan, at auction or with a group of friends.
Elaine C Smith is backing the bid from MY-FM, who are aiming at thirty-somethings turned off by the stream of football coverage and dance sounds on the airwaves.
Shadowmann's aesthetic stems from a closely observed world of thirty-somethings living in confined quarters in urban enclaves where creativity and dreams battle the banality of ordinary life.
Pedal Shop owner Larry Hoffman said the scooter is popular among twenty- and thirty-somethings looking for an alternative mode of transportation.
They're on every campaign--the fresh-faced twenty- and thirty-somethings who herd the press from one event to another, who make sure the motorcade gets where it's going who make sure the candidate has his beloved Diet Coke by his side.
For thirty-somethings and older, it's a real nostalgic trip down memory lane.
SPOONS, a saucy sketch show based around the lives of twenty and thirty-somethings, is out now and I have TEN copies to give away (each worth pounds 19.
Bev Weston, of David Wilson Homes, said: 'Colander girls are a perfect example of downshifting as we hear of thirty-somethings with children giving up their roles as bankers and lawyers to cope with the cash-rich/time-poor problem.
Not a lot happens, but thirty-somethings with a lingering obsession for the music of bands like Sweet, Roxy Music and the Psychedelic Furs, will enjoy the novel's clever, but self-indulgent introspection.
According to research, one in 15 thirty-somethings has already decided to 'protire' -a term describing a midlife sideways move that emphasises the positive aspects of retirement such as the time to explore other interests.
I LAUGHED like a drain at the shamelessly puerile antics of three thirty-somethings (Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell) who try to relive their old college fun days.