With the number of pensioners growing year by year, they undoubtedly represent an increasingly important sector of our society. Yet, in the main, their concerns, interests and aspirations are marginalised at best and virtually ignored at worst.
This unique on-line guide sets out to redress that situation, pulling together expert opinion and essential information on a huge range of topics – from keeping alligators as pets to global warming, celeriac, God and everything in between.
Arranged in a convenient alphabetical format and written almost entirely in English, Wrinklypedia gives the 21st century pensioner immediate access to endless invaluable advice that will transform virtually every aspect of their life.
Or, at least, explain to them why washing and muesli are such bad ideas.
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Every pensioner should have their own list of heroes to admire, inspire and provide challenging benchmarks for everyday life …MORE
Social media is the inherently misleading term for various means of communication that largely eliminate the need to meet other people …MORE
When you’re a pensioner, you may start to find paper clips in unexpected places …MORE
Although aspirin can be used to alleviate headaches, it’s certainly better to use traditional remedies …MORE
With extremes of weather becoming increasingly common, road surfaces are now routinely scarred by deep and often dangerous potholes …MORE
Maps are extremely useful aids for getting lost and pensioners should keep a generous and varied assortment in the home and car …MORE
Although our aim at Wrinklypedia has always been to make use of acknowledged experts in the many topics we cover, we have usually given up fairly quickly and mostly relied on people we already know. This may mean that occasionally, or much more often, the information and/or opinions expressed have a fairly tenuous connection with reality. No pensioners were harmed in the making of this website.