Why does no-one whistle anymore?
In days gone by it was quite common to see and hear people whistling. It seems to be a rarity these days. Why is that?
I still whistle !! I love to whistle ~~ maybe because my dad always whistled and he was very good~~ and it always gave me feelings of comfort to hear him. it's such a nice, contented feeling, perhaps that is why we don't hear it so much anymore~~ too many people are not content in their life. maybe some should try to whistle their blues away, you cannot be sad and whistle!
i always whistle at work, but people don't seem to like it too much. I whistle while i work, keeps you happy
I whistle to my two cockatiels in the hopes that they will repeat the tunes.
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