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Comedy from 90s (maybe) about growing old disgracefully

I think the premise of the film was two old guys trying to find girlfriends.

They had a conversation in the park, one was eating something (possbily a burrito). The conversation was something like "you eat one of those every day?" "no I don't, I eat TWO every day"'

I remember also a fed-ex woman delivering a parcel and one of the guys deciding to open the door wearing nothing (and the woman threatening to call the police).
asked Jun 23 in Name That Movie by horsesruleokay (3 points)
Do you think this was american or british? They were elderly?
American definitely. Senior citizens, not sure what age.
Not one of the grumpy old men movies, right?
Nope, I've checked the trailers for both and read the wikipedia entries, but neither film sounds familiar.
Could this have been "the crew"?
https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0198386/
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