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Forty-Fied: How to Be a Fortysomething

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Is being 40 the new 30 or are we all just kidding ourselves? The author presents an A-Z of the realities of fortysomething life.
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published 2007 by Icon Books
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This book is bloody hilarious though of course i cant relate to it, not being that old
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