finish the sentence!
...all you had to worry about was being home before the street lights came on!
..i woke up...
...my pals and I played "ain't no boogers out tonight" when we were kids. It's a Southern version of hide-and-seek. lol
I was a bit more nieve and life seemed amazing from every angle
I didn't have to worry about what I'm doing with my life.
I remember when I was innocent.
I remember when I trusted doctors and hospitals.
This could turn into a very long list…
I’ll save it for the next time I’m in rant mode.
I remember when chocolate bars were 5 cents and you could get a tank of gas for $5 and have some left for a couple cokes and a candy bar.
I remember when to pimp (the verb) was definitely not a good thing.
I remember when I thought my dad knew everything...and I remember when I thought I knew everything!
I remember when cakes were the size of my face and kids TV was only on for an hour a day. On the downside, my bedtime was 8pm and there was no central heating and ice on the inside of the windows in the morning.
I remember when my Mom called me home by yelling out the front door for me when I was down the block, because there was no such things as cell phones or texting.
I remember when there was no Internet!!! How on earth did we survive!
I remember when road trips required printed maps!
I remember when Saturday morning felt like the first day of forever, when a kiss from a woman I loved passed through me like a breath from God, when colors were louder, and the world sparkled like an electric dream.
oh....... i like that way you rescribe things. I think i will follow you.
when mom told us to go outside and play and don't come home till dinner time. when ice cream was 5 cents a scoop. when the first telephone in our house was a party line with the neighbors and then when we leased a phone from Ma Bell, the old black rotary ones. I would go on, but i think i am dating myself here lol
I remember when you could pay 25c for a movie ticket, stay all day, and watch the monkey races between movies. If the monkey with the same number as your ticket won the race, you got a prize. Every kid who had that number got a full sized board game, a basketball, or some big prize like that. We'd spend all day at the movies. And we walked about 9 miles to get there.
I remember penny candy, sunsuits, gymsuits, sneakers (just plain old sneakers), station wagons, road trips.
I remember when McDonald's still hadn't hit the 1000 hamburgers sold mark.
I remember Howdy Doody, Farmer Grey, Bozo the Clown, Shari Lewis and Lambchop.
I remember microminis, cutoffs, lowriders, (all clothes) and the first of my friends to go bra-less.
I remember the buildup before the first Beatles song was played over the radio.
I remember LSD, Magic Mushrooms, Hawaiian Purple Hair, Thai Sticks, long skirts, bare feet, Dead concerts, Eagles concerts, Floyd concerts, the traffic heading for Woodstock and the Summer of Love.
I remember Viet Nam.
I remember when I didn't know what a bill was and didn't care, yet I think I ran up a few bills, from broken bones and breaking things accidentally. lol
I remember when baby's car seats were slung over the back of the front seat, and held on by two giant hooks - and baby car beds were little nylon, rectangular, "boxes" that had four little legs, so they could support the car bed on the back seat of the car. (Oh - there were no seatbelts either. ) (Those were the days, eh? )
I was just thinking about seatbelts and airbags the other day. Remember when your mom's arm thrown across your chest while dad was braking was your seatbelt or airbag? LOL Those were the days.
To this day, I still can't get past the fact that my parents would lay that green plaid car bed down in the backseat and put my baby brother in so he could sleep. (Actually - without a car seat to be seen in the old Buick my father drove, we were one day on the way to visit my cousin in the hospital and were slammed by a kid, driving over 70 mph. There were my two parents and my aunt, my sister (middle-school age), me (under 50 lbs), my little brother, and my aunt's baby. It was summer, and the windows were open (no air conditioning in those days either). The car tipped up (almost tipping over) and spun in a half circle. We kids (except for my brother, who was riding in one of those over-the-back car seats) all ended up underneath my good-sized aunt; and I think I remember my mother saying she'd grabbed my brother. )
Nobody was hurt (a little bruise on the upper arm, but that's it). So I don't know.. On the one hand, I've always been all for all the safety stuff that's since come out for kids. On the other, none of us fell out the window or were "propelled like a missile". (In all seriousness, I tend to think there was something to be said for those big, old, Buicks.)
Tanks, you mean. LOL
The Plymouth Marlin
The AMC Pacer
The Plymouth Barracuda (commonly in banana yellow)
When Jeff and his family moved (after his grandfather died), and Timmy moved in.
When they pulled the switcheroo with the new Darren.
When Uncle Charlie replaced Bub (Bubb?)'
When Pam Ewing discovered it was all dream (that one took the cake, in my book)
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