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Sorry Erin, I'd say the old woman. Chances are she's already been pregnant. She has one up on you- or maybe several.
i agree with naomi. unless, of course, you're in the midst of labor. then preggers trumps age.
Old all the way. Spoken like a true soon to be old woman.
i think you should fight for it. two woman enter one woman leave.
Old woman, sorry.
If the old woman doesn't have a cane, you. If you're not carrying groceries, her. If she's having a hard time carrying her purse the size of a small cow, her. If you're feet are so swollen, you're wearing flip-flops in 35-degree weather, you. If you're not in a wheelchair or powerchair and she is, her. If she's not in labor and you are, you.Wait, what was the question again? :o)
Maybe it depends on how old or how pregnant the women are. This reminds me of the time Wade and I were at Panera (we treated ourselves once a month when I was pregnant with Emily) and not only was I not offered first entrance through the door, but poor Wade ushered in the elderly/retired couple approaching the entrance with "age before beauty...er, um, beauty before age...no that doesn't work either. Never mind!" Poor Wade just smiled sheepishly after that. I think I may have shared that story the night we saw 'Bella.' Sorry if twas a repeat!
Mama always said-"Respect your Elders"......
yea, I don't even think there are extenuating circumstances- always the old woman, even if you are carrying groceries or 3 weeks overdue.
I agree with all the comments; especially Jenny.
Jenny, you crack me up!
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