This year we will experience four unusual dates :
1/1/11… 1/11/11…11/1/11…11/11/11

check this out... take the last two digits of the year you were born, and the age you will be turning this year and add the two... it will equal 111 example: birthdate = 1956
age this year = 55
equals= 111

If you add the LAST TWO digits (which is what he said) of the year you were born. In my case 1951. so 51 and i turn 60 this year. 51 and 60 = 111. It works if you were born before 2000.

When you take the last two digits off your year of birth you are left with 1900. So 111 and 1900 do equal 2011. It will always equal 2011 if you use the exact date. It will only equal 111 if you were born in the 1900s. I have no idea why the math works, but it is probably something simple.