Idioms about AGES

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1. He may be over 80, but he's as tough as old !
2. I guess he'll live to a old age.
3. We met years later and had a drink for old times' .
4. You can't teach an old new tricks.
5. He's an old at buying shares and makes a lot of money.
6. Being an au pair and looking after only one child is money for old !
7. Saying that fat people are happier than thin people is just an old wives' .
8. Elderly people often say that life was much better in the good old .
9. Mary behaves just as her mother did. She's a real chip off the old .
10. Your joke wasn't funny at all because everyone had already heard it. It was an old .
11. I saw one of your old yesterday, Gladys. Do you remember her? You loved her once.
12. I wouldn't mention your childhood fight to John. It won't do any good and will just re-open old .