A quote for a 60th birthday is Pablo Picasso's, "One starts to get young at the age of 60, and then it is too late." Other sayings for a 60th birthday include, "At 60 years old, your birthday suit requires regular ironing," and, "At 60, at least you have excuses."
The saying, "Who said you're 60? You are just a 20-year-old with 40 years of experience," is a popular one. Some humorous quotations for a 60th birthday include Washington Irving's "After a man passes 60, his mischief is mainly in his head," Leo Rosenburg's "First you forget names, then you forget faces, then you forget to pull your zipper up, then you forget to pull your zipper down," and Lord Hood's "Some people reach the age of 60 before others."
Some birthday ideas for year 60 include an over-the-hill theme, vintage dude or dudette decorations and "aged to perfection" party favors. Caricature drawings, lists of things that occurred on the birthday in history, and sharing collages or photo albums are all ways to celebrate. Activities for a 60th birthday party include a "then and now" photo match, a roast of the individual being celebrated, and slideshows of big life events.