50 SHADES OF SLEAZE
Alex Kristan has turned 50, or as the optimist in him says: "The first third of life is over." And because the thirst for action is still greater than the nightly urge to urinate, he takes this "round" as an opportunity to present himself with a new solo programme. Because when you suddenly find yourself in the 50+ target group from one day to the next as a so-called Best Ager, the only thing that helps against the lead in your legs and the silver in your hair is Schmäh. Supposedly, 50 is the new 30. Or does that only apply to the local area? Even if 10 p.m. is the new midnight, the new skin care product doesn't have to be called Voltaren instead of Nivea. It's still worth buying long-life milk. Diet plans, hair dyeing, teeth whitening, it's all for pop-up seniors who see the herbal foundation as a detox cure. His motto, on the other hand, is: "Sensible is like dead, only earlier" and resurrects the snotpipn.
Especially at the peak of life between looking and being looked after, one wonders if everything really was better in the past, and if so, why not? Short-sightedness is now compensated with long-sightedness and as long as the cake is still more expensive than the candles on it, one is not old anyway. Alex Kristan's alter egos accompany him on this journey, of course, and stand by him with advice and action when it comes to the really essential questions in the life of a man in what is supposed to be his prime.