There are sequential primes and sequential primes.
a prime number whose digits are sequential
Hey! That makes me and Arach the same age. Except that my sequential digits add up to another prime. Ok, ok, for the mathematically challenged I'm a ripe old 67 (very ripe, very old). That makes me the oldest posting so far. Sorry to drag the average off the deep end. Have six grandkids who demonstrate the Flynn effect to the extreme. (From Wikipedia: "The Flynn effect is the rise of average Intelligence Quotient (IQ) test scores, an effect seen in most parts of the world...The average rate of rise seems to be around three IQ points per decade.") They're already smarter than I think I remember that I used to be.
I'm very happy to be in this illustrious group with average age of 37.7. Now, when people ask me how old I am, I can tell them that there is a high probability that I'm in my late 30's.
Thing is... recently I had to share the company of a load of 17 year olds, and girl told me that the word 'ace' was quite old fashioned. I was hurt at first, but I became obsessed with this and had to find out, so I asked lots of people aged 18 and under whether or not they said 'ace', and it turns out that there are a lot more young people who say 'ace' than those who don't.
I'm 50, and my son is 18. A couple of years ago he and a few buddies stayed overnight at a friend's for a D&D party. The next morning when I went to pick him up he was on his friend's video game system. I looked at his friends and said, "He's incorrigible." A few days later he told me his friends thought I was, quote, "awesome," because I used the word incorrigible. Is that like "ace?"
45'I can't even fit all my wife's clothes into a suitcase for travelling. So you want me to believe we're going to put all of the planets and stars and everything into a sandwich bag?' - q3psycho on the Big Bang