Old enough to know better.
I remember Ken Behring and 1992. These are the best days in Seahawks history. So just be excited that you are alive to see it.
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Shanegotyou11 wrote:Im almost 36. I have been a fan since i can remember. I do know these last 8 years have been the best years as a hawks fan. I mean 2005 was great until SB40.
HawkStrong wrote:Shanegotyou11 wrote:Im almost 36. I have been a fan since i can remember. I do know these last 8 years have been the best years as a hawks fan. I mean 2005 was great until SB40.
Did you also post this on Reddit?
ivotuk wrote:Shanegotyou11 wrote:Im almost 36. I have been a fan since i can remember. I do know these last 8 years have been the best years as a hawks fan. I mean 2005 was great until SB40.
This cracked me up. "I'm almost 36" getting in that extra bit of age. Trust me young man, when you get my age (61), you'll be busy thinking about how you can cheat age, and death.
Remember when we were little? "I'm 6 and a 1/2" That "1/2" was so important.
I think I've got a good chance to stick around for awhile, unless these opioids kill me. When I switch from my Road Glide to a Trike, I'll know the end is nigh. But, I should live in to my 90s. I'll have enough metal by then to qualify for "Terminator" status.
AKNFidel wrote:52 graduated in 1986 from Kent Meridian HS
flippyflea wrote:Graduated High School in 1989
AlaskaHawkGirl wrote:I just turned 42. I grew up in Alaska where many people adopt the Seahawks as their home team. My big brother was one of those and has always been a die hard fan so he rubbed off on me. I moved to Olympia in 2005 and being a fan is contagious when you’re right there! I bought my first Seahawks gear and after that I was hooked! Finally saw a game at Century Link in October 2012 (against the Pats!) and have bled blue and green since. I moved to KC in 2015 and saw the Hawks play the Chiefs in their preseason game at Arrowhead. KC is an interesting place to live when you’re not a Chiefs fan but I am loyal girl and get a lot of funny looks in my blue and green!
richp01 wrote:flippyflea wrote:Graduated High School in 1989
Appyhawk wrote:You and I are maybe the only signs of life in this Kansas sea of red huh?
Good on you AFG!
I’m very sorry for your loss. I enjoy reading everyone’s back story. I’m sure Ohio state football will be extra special now.Rat wrote:Hmmm, been feeling old lately, but you all are ameliorating that somewhat. Pretty educated board, so I guess I should have figured the average age would be older than the reddit boards.
I have three days left of being the Shaun Alexander age (37).
I've been a Seahawks fan since the mid-90s. Was actually a huge Dolphins fans as a kid, but despite growing up mostly in Michigan, Ohio State football has always been my first love. It was what me and my dad (who died on Easter sunday from the coronavirus ) bonded over most. He had connections with the team and introduced me to Joey Galloway, and I followed him to the Seahawks when he got drafted. Despite the contract holdout (which I'm much more understanding of than I was at the time), I was hooked on the Hawks by then and wasn't interested in following him to the Cowboys, which coincidentally, was the team my dad grew up rooting for.
BeanieHawk wrote:Born to be a Seahawks fan!...I was Established in 1976! Lol .Also born on the same month Hawks played the first regular season game! Of course I don't remember any of it.
chihawk wrote:This many years old
Sports Hernia wrote:chihawk wrote:This many years old
Nice! “The enforcer”, one of my favorite all-time Hawks.
austinslater25 wrote:Born in 1977 and graduated in 96 from Richland High school, home of the bombers. One of the few from the east side of the sate on here apparently. 42 years old.
dbmack wrote:67 year old female. I've been a Seahawks fan since day one.
xray wrote:dbmack wrote:67 year old female. I've been a Seahawks fan since day one.
If my wife dies ya wanna hook up ?