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Wat happen when a gay turn 80 ur old. Who have him to depend on.  My gay friend now trying to bribe his nephew  and niece hoping one day they can take care of him when he grow old.  U think it will happen. I suppose  the new generation have their own burden.They will just dump u at void deck or nursing home hoping the gov will look after u when u are sick. 

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I think if u have been a kind and nice person throughout your life. All those good seeds will take fruition in your time of need. There is no need to bribe or worry.   Worrying does nothing.

Before you reached the stage of becoming "real old" to determine who will take care of you.  It is not difficult to foresee, if you can ask yourself the following questions"   1)  How many s

Be self reliant. No one will care. It is the hard truth. 

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Like the nephews  and nieces don't have their own parents to take care of, even if not you think they will take care of their gauncle? Unless if you have a whole shit load of money that they can inherit then there may be some hope.

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your life expectancy is pre determined , not everyone will live to be 80 years and be healthy and spritely and good quality of life.

 

you may get sick and die before 40 years, 50 years ,60 or 70 years old.

 

or get killed by killer litter, or choke on fishball and die tomorrow,

 

dont think about 80s, just fuck and be happy, aim for the wildest orgasm, 

 

at least die with a smile and balls drained.

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42 minutes ago, Guest Guest said:

Wat happen when a gay turn 80 ur old. Who have him to depend on.  My gay friend now trying to bribe his nephew  and niece hoping one day they can take care of him when he grow old.  U think it will happen. I suppose  the new generation have their own burden.They will just dump u at void deck or nursing home hoping the gov will look after u when u are sick. 

By the time you turn 80, Singapore population will be about 50/50 around those age.  I think the garment will be sending a ship to ferry those expired folks to Pulau something something.  It will be called PULAU-80 and the old folks will have to think of their survival from planting their own foods to digging their own hole.   

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It is a legit concern. Therefore, we should plan retirement as early as mid 20s. I am a believer of “you reap what you sow.” Blessing comes in different form and what the future holds no one will know. We live the best life everyday with a positive attitude.

 

Btw, not all heterosexual couple can succesfully raise their children to be financially independent from them. More and more adult children love at home and become a burden rather than a support to them.

 

such is life

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Have anyone considered the fact that there are just too many people on this planet.

 

we gay s should do everyone a great favour and bump our selves off  when you think you had enough of living like around 67 ish and your health is failing.

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have the autonomy to decide when to go in dignity and pain less ness.

 

We we are doing earth a great favour to return to earth as natural fertilisers 

 

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Like married couples who grow old together and remain independent taking care of each other,

we gays when old can find companions, share resources and remain independent.

Hopefully at that age we have control over the sharp edges of our personality to get along easily,

without issues of "fidelity", selfishness.

Two open minded old men who are friends can have an open relationship

that has all the elements to be stable and long lasting.

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3 hours ago, Guest Guest said:

 

Wat happen when a gay turn 80 ur old. Who have him to depend on.  My gay friend now trying to bribe his nephew  and niece hoping one day they can take care of him when he grow old.  U think it will happen. I suppose  the new generation have their own burden.They will just dump u at void deck or nursing home hoping the gov will look after u when u are sick. 

 

 

Indeed, a very legit concern (as quoted from @Lemonjuice).  Personally, I do think it is a good topic to ponder.  A good wake-up question to get prepared.

 

The question one should ask himself is, how well are we prepared to age alone?  Growing older is a sure thing and each one of us is at risk of getting isolated.  Each one of us could outlive our partner, our good friends, our family members.

 

Surely, there are ways to prepare to live our old age as independently as possible.  It can be a dreadful thought but to have a good plan helps.

 

 

May there be Love and Peace beyond all understandings.

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2 minutes ago, Guest Fatty said:

Get a young bf so next time he will take care of you when you are sick and immobile 

 

And what happen he kaput before you from the stress of taking care when you are sick and immobile?  Still got strength to find another young bf then?

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Guest BobbyBoy said:

Can consider being self sufficient and collect carton boxes or clean tables at hawker centres. Many elderly folks are doing that now.

I think by the time I’m aged, there be no more Hawker centres. Hawker culture sure gone by then. Tables .. all auto-disinfected by robots and intelligent-systems. They won’t need old folks to do such things in future. Carton boxes likely found in museums .. lol

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Solution --> go Thailand before 40yo --> change sex --> come back --> find rich old uncle --> buy him insurance --> play his dick every hour --> he dies of exhaustion --> u inherit millions to employ full time nurses to take care of u until u die.

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What’s so topical about a question that has been considered again and again by generations of bachelors, spinsters, childless widowers and widows? The answer is simple, financial planning and hired help.

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20 minutes ago, Guest Guest said:

What’s so topical about a question that has been considered again and again by generations of bachelors, spinsters, childless widowers and widows? The answer is simple, financial planning and hired help.

 

That's true.  But even having money,  it is nice to have the companionship of a partner and share a sense of self sufficiency.  Many seniors get depressed when they lose their independence and are subjected to the care (and often will) of strange caregivers.  I am not so far from diminishing capability, and my hope is that technology will become a big help to seniors:  self driving cars (this is a big plus),  intelligent appliances,  programs that take care of banking, investing,  and the already existence of places to buy everything online and have it delivered.  Adding to this a great variety of modern entertainment (maybe realistic robotic lovers, adaptive pornography?),  I can hope to remain self sufficient until my last breath.

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When old age comes, I hope I will have a small group of friends to go out with. I hope the younger generation will be open minded to my older ways and not detest me for my slow reaction or poor motor skills. I hope I still can bring happiness to others.

 

When old age comes, I hope I don't have to worry about my finances. But if I do, I hope there will be someone whom I can turn to.

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7 hours ago, Guest Guest said:

What’s so topical about a question that has been considered again and again by generations of bachelors, spinsters, childless widowers and widows? The answer is simple, financial planning and hired help.

Forgot, also keep working out mind and body to try and be in the fittest state one can be at any age.

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It is an unfortunate fact of life that no amount of planning can ensure a happy and healthy old age.

 

Example 1

A good friend of mine lived for about 20 years in Hong Kong. As health insurance premiums leapt up after 55, he decided he could no longer afford it. But he had been going to the gym regularly for many years. He decided that this would keep him healthy. He died of a stroke aged 64.

 

Example 2

Another friend had plenty of savings and lived in a nice house in the UK. He started losing his short-term memory. He was diagnosed with dementia at 62. This developed into Alzheimer's and he died after four years after his memory had slowly been erased. At least he had the benefit of the UK's National Health Service and his finances were not ruined.

 

I raise these examples only to illustrate that nothing we do can ensure we live to a ripe old age. If your country will not look after you when you have a chronic or terminal illness, then you have to ensure that you have a large amount of savings and a good medical insurance policy. One more thing to remember. When you take out a medical policy in your 20s or 30s, the premiums are low and affordable. So it is important that you check the insurer's future premiums. It is normal for premiums to increase gradually over the years, and medical insurance goes up by more than the normal rate of inflation. But at 55 you will usually be in for quite a big jump - and then another at 60, another at 65 and another at 70. I had a great worldwide policy which cost me around US$2,000. As expected it increased by a little more than inflation. Then I looked at future premiums. Had I stayed with that company, the premium when I reached 70 would have been around $15,000 - and that is before the regular annual increases over more than 15 years. So it could have been nearer $20,000. I knew I was overinsured, and so switched to a much cheaper policy that reduced the range of benefits but still suited my lifestyle. 

 

Some form of medical insurance is vital. Without it, not only might you end up financially ruined but your partner may find it very difficult to look after you.

 

 

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being estranged from my family I have accepted the fact that I will most probably die alone. If I have enough money when I retire maybe I'll book myself into a retirement village, otherwise being alone isn't that bad too (if basic needs like food, water, and shelter can still be met).

 

I think I have learnt to accept the fact that death is inevitable, and try to focus on living a full life before it. If I die surrounded by friends, that's a bonus, if alone at home and no one finds my decomposing body till several weeks later then oh well - I'll be too dead to care anyway. Haha!

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On 12/26/2018 at 7:05 PM, Guest Guest said:

Wat happen when a gay turn 80 ur old. Who have him to depend on.  My gay friend now trying to bribe his nephew  and niece hoping one day they can take care of him when he grow old.  U think it will happen. I suppose  the new generation have their own burden.They will just dump u at void deck or nursing home hoping the gov will look after u when u are sick. 

My imaginery friend will take care of me.  He is very handsome and good looking.  I speak to him when I am bored and I can sense that he will look after me, protect me and see to my well-beings.  So ya, I am not lonely unlike many of you.

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20 hours ago, Pubic01 said:

I think by the time I’m aged, there be no more Hawker centres. Hawker culture sure gone by then. Tables .. all auto-disinfected by robots and intelligent-systems. They won’t need old folks to do such things in future. Carton boxes likely found in museums .. lol

Thats why never clean table after u eat, so the old ones still have a job....still can sell tissue paper but must be creative because there will be so much competition.

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6 hours ago, zyjd said:

being estranged from my family I have accepted the fact that I will most probably die alone. If I have enough money when I retire maybe I'll book myself into a retirement village, otherwise being alone isn't that bad too (if basic needs like food, water, and shelter can still be met).

 

I think I have learnt to accept the fact that death is inevitable, and try to focus on living a full life before it. If I die surrounded by friends, that's a bonus, if alone at home and no one finds my decomposing body till several weeks later then oh well - I'll be too dead to care anyway. Haha!

U r not alone....suppose we estimate only 15% of gay population are attached, meaning a good 85% will be left alone to take care of ourself or check into a old folks home. Start looking out for regional affordable old folks home. If the doctor can estimate say if u still have 5 years the most, then plan your financial accordingly and get a young boy from the region to look after u and probably left behind some money for him.

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20 hours ago, Guest TheEnd said:

All else fail can assault someone and get jailed for free lodging, food and shelter at changi. We also have a lot of very tall buildings.

Umm...similar idea but better to steal money, if successful good, not successful u get free lodging, food, medical care and lots of companions.

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2 hours ago, lonelyglobe said:

If the doctor can estimate say if u still have 5 years the most, then plan your financial accordingly and get a young boy from the region to look after u and probably left behind some money for him.

The young boy won't have 5 years to get the money.  He will put something into your food and within a day, he gets his money.   Best is to get a puppy

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9 hours ago, zyjd said:

being estranged from my family I have accepted the fact that I will most probably die alone. If I have enough money when I retire maybe I'll book myself into a retirement village, otherwise being alone isn't that bad too (if basic needs like food, water, and shelter can still be met).

 

 

Anyway, family is not the best recourse for company and support in old age.  This "family" will be all younger people who have their own lives to care for.  As we age, there are fewer reasons to stay in a closet and it becomes easier to join the gay community.  At any time we are not the only old gays, and it should not be so difficult to find a companion with common interests and acceptable life style.  There are places that are friendly to retired LGBTs.  In the US many cities have larger populations of retired LGBTs.  I don't know about Singapore, but you could retire to a nearby country that is more gay friendly and has lower cost of living.

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1 hour ago, Guest Puppy Boy said:

The young boy won't have 5 years to get the money.  He will put something into your food and within a day, he gets his money.   Best is to get a puppy

 

Still have to take care of puppy, worse if you stroke out half alive half dead lying on the floor, your doggy can’t get help and will probably chew’s you up alive cos it’s hangry - balls first.

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3 hours ago, lonelyglobe said:

Umm...similar idea but better to steal money, if successful good, not successful u get free lodging, food, medical care and lots of companions.

 

Old oreidi hard to run leh, plus so many cctv in SG now, and so many kaypoh-camera-ready-to-shame-people vigilantes. And with companions maybe can get lucky with sex oso.

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On 12/26/2018 at 7:51 PM, Guest guest said:

your life expectancy is pre determined , not everyone will live to be 80 years and be healthy and spritely and good quality of life.

 

you may get sick and die before 40 years, 50 years ,60 or 70 years old.

 

or get killed by killer litter, or choke on fishball and die tomorrow,

 

dont think about 80s, just fuck and be happy, aim for the wildest orgasm, 

 

at least die with a smile and balls drained.

Typical fatalistic negativities of gays. 

Just exercise, eat well and your brain will reward you with delicious positive feelings of well being. These you can control, whatever you can't, don't sweat over them or let them control you instead.

加肌肉。

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On 12/26/2018 at 9:47 PM, Ironrod said:

I think if u have been a kind and nice person throughout your life. All those good seeds will take fruition in your time of need. There is no need to bribe or worry.

 

Worrying does nothing.

 

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Sounds very ideal.  In reality and in the name of all practicality  is that the case?

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On 12/28/2018 at 2:50 PM, Guest Guest said:

Agree Tun M is a great leader. Malaysians are much wiser than singaporeans. I am sure Tun will take care of the aged there.

Let’s be honest.. there’re both wise & silly folks in every single country. Tun is undoubtedly aged himself .. he is already 93. What makes you so sure that Tun will outlive everyone (and for that matter, be in absolute good health) to care for the other aged? Good public health care, benefits & policies aren’t free. These require strong reserves, economy, and very importantly, sound planning ahead of time. (Time, resourcefulness and stability are crucial traits, when building reserves and assets). Tun has enough problems to deal with already at hand. I doubt he can care much (or do much) for the aged given the current national predicaments. Just my views.

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i will not plan who will take care of me when i am old. 

Expecting ppl to take care? seriously, can forget it.

I only plan to save more than 1 million when i am 55. and still continue to work until 65 at a slow pace. Mcdonald or KFC to kill time. Rather than to stay home and start thinking foolish stuff.

 

Trust me, money is very easy to spend. 1 mil can be used up within 3 years with poor planning.

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A gay should start making as much gay friends as possible so when age grows older can still live together with other friendly gay friends if unable to find a gay partner. When living together we can take care of each other like a family.

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5 hours ago, yoyo74 said:

A gay should start making as much gay friends as possible so when age grows older can still live together with other friendly gay friends if unable to find a gay partner. When living together we can take care of each other like a family.

If it serves a purpose. If it only brings more distractions and flings.. then can do without..:thumb:

 

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