I’ve had this problem for a few years now. Chances are if you’re over the age of 38, you have this problem too. “Should I keep my old balls?”
Let’s face it, all they’ve been doing is hanging around the house. My wife doesn’t want them anymore. They don’t look like they used too.
Sure it’s a little sad to think about getting rid of them, but now they serve no purpose. I remember when I was younger, we would play with my balls all day. My balls were firm, sticky, and easy to grip.
Now they are deflated, squishy, just hanging around in an old sack. Back then, everyone wanted to play with my balls, not just my wife. My balls definitely don’t feel like that anymore.
So that leads me back to my original question, “Should I keep my old balls?”
Oh, I suppose so. Maybe I can pass them down to the next generation!