Grand Junction States Their Age + Things They Can’t Do
Grand Junction has stated their age and things they can't do. Here's a list of things Grand Junction's can't do from whistling to swimming to changing a tire.
We wanted to know what something you can't do, so we asked you on our Facebook. My mom is over 50 years old and she can't ride a bike, so no shame here. Grand Junction can't do things like whistle or kill a spider and age is not a factor at all.
Here's a list of things that Grand Junction just can't do.
Susan Wonders on our Facebook says she's 46 years old and can't change a tire. She says it's mainly because she's never come across the problem.
Multiple people, from Mindy Capuano who's 41 and Ashley Reed who's 34, commented on our Facebook and said that they can't whistle. We're not the best whistler but if we need to get a dog's attention/inside, we can get the job done.
Vicki Gutierrez on our Facebook says that she is 65 years old and she can't ski. That's alright Vicki, we can't ski either, but that might be because we've never tried it.
Some words are more difficult to say for some people than others. Cindy Bratton Gant is 58 years old and on our Facebook she says she can't say the word 'entrepreneur' unless someone coaches her.
Here's another thing that lots of people in Grand Junction can't do -- which is drive a stick. Candace Joy is 33, Tammy Smith is 48, and Sheila is 34 and all of them can't drive a stick.
Sarah Sanchez says she is 38 years old and she can't kill a spider. If you were trapped in a bathroom and the only way out was to kill the spider on the doorknob, we hope that you'd be able to muster up the courage.
Well it looks like my mom isn't the only person who doesn't know how to ride a bike. Laura Hughes commented on our Facebook and says she's 31-years-old and doesn't know how to ride a bike.
Another thing in the list of things that Grand Junction can't do is reach the top shelf. Amy Powell says she is 43 years old and she can't reach the top shelf.