Why do they make shoe laces so long when the younger generation don't tie them anyway ? LoL
We should continue to make shoe laces even though the younger generation doesn't tie them because the older ones do! LOL
Seriously, fads and trends come and go, but practical items like laces,zippers, buttons,snaps are necessary.
Imagine people not zipping up their clothes...dresses hanging off the backs of women and girls...shirts un buttoned at the office...
it's an ugly sight..
Lol, I know – they either just leave them hanging or just tuck them down the sides of their shoes.
Most of the younger generation don't tie their shoes because they don't know how too just like most of them don't know how to tell time unless it's digital.
A sad state of affairs. And they say they are the future leaders of the world. I don't want them to lead me anywhere.
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