The most notable thing about the weather is that it's chaotic. That means you can always count on the weather to behave outside of your expectations. It's predictably unpredictable, which means it's never interesting or noteworthy. There is an infinite number of topics two people can discuss; let's just leave this one off the list.
No, it doesn't make you feel old, it just reminds you of the passage of time. You can use this phrase when things start reminding you about your imminent mortality instead of how awesome Are You Afraid of the Dark was.
We live in an amazing world of wealth and privilege, where thousands of hours and dollars are sunk into transmitting even the stupidest dick joke on the crappiest TV show to the tiny personal computer in your pocket. Why not use that to show your friend that funny scene you saw instead of giving a rambling, half-remembered one-man performance?
How are people still making this joke? Sarah Jessica Parker herself isn't even relevant as an actress anymore, yet her name still pops up any time someone starts talking about horses. Type "Sarah Jessica Parker" into Google. The hit right below her name is "Sarah Jessica Parker Horse." That's BEFORE "Sarah Jessica Parker Movies." This joke is so overused it has more internet hits than the woman's career. Give it a rest. You're seriously beating a dead Sarah Jessica Parker.
Sriracha is not some hidden, secret sauce known only to a few enlightened devotees. Huy Fong Foods creates over 10 million bottles of the sauce every year. They sell the stuff in Walmart. It shows up repeatedly on popular cooking shows. And yet, somehow, people are still amazed when they find someone else squirting it on some dumplings. Sriracha is the ketchup of the hot sauce world: a well-balanced, well-made sauce that almost everyone uses.