Happy 49th birthday again!
I feel blessed to have known you for some of your 50 years.
You're no longer the oldest person I know in their 40's. Now you're the youngest 50-year-old I know.
You are now qualified to teach a history class covering the last half century.
Congratulations on your new distinguishing title as a 50-year-old!
Your 40's are behind you now, so you should have your midlife crisis out of your system. Be proud! You wear it well!
50 years really is a long time. Even if you were 100 years old, it would still be half your age.
You may be 50 years old, but you are now 100 percent over the hill.
I can think of 50 reasons you should be feeling old today.
50 down! You’re half way to 100!
You are the youngest 50-year-old I know.
Look who looks nifty at 50!
Now that you are an old 50-year-old, you only have 10 years before I call you an old 60-year-old.
Remember how excited you are when you turn 5 years old. You should be 10 times that excited. Happy 50th birthday!
If you were a dog, you would be 213 years old. So, don’t feel so bad about your age. At least you’re aging like a human. Happy 50th!
You are half a century, or 5 decades, or 50 years, or 600 months, or 2609 weeks, or 18262 days, or 438288 hours, or 26297280 minutes, or 1577836800 minutes old, depending on what unit of measure you are using. Hey, at least I didn't figure it out for seconds. Happy 50th birthday!
If you had dyslexia you might think you were having your 05th birthday, however, spelled out it would be your hteitfif birthday.
Turn your 50 year old frown upside down and you get a 20 year old smile.
Congratulations on turning 50. You’re half way to becoming a centenarian.
I would make a joke about how old you’re getting, but I’m worried that if I hurt your feelings I might not get a change to apologize to you since you are getting so old. Happy 50th!
Be careful that you don’t lose your false teeth when you go to blow out all 50 candles.
Being in your 50’s is like being in your 60’s without all the perks. You have no senior citizen discounts yet. You still have to work, and you can’t get people to feel sorry for you when your back hurts. Enjoy your 50’s.