Children had more respect
We had decent cartoons and Disney stars weren't w******...yet.
Also, we didn't really have cell phones. It was a dark time...
Agreed. I do rather enjoy my phone though...>_>
Back in my day we walked 5 miles to school in the snow uphill both ways.
You and my dad, lol ;)
back in my day we double dutched
Back in my day, I rolled my eyes at people that said, "back in my day." How appropriate that kids roll their eyes at me nowadays. It's my compass. :P
YOU ARE 18-21!!! WHEN THE HELL WAS "YOUR DAY"???
Back in my day, Cheeseburgers were actually made fresh to serve and coke was served in a bottle.
When you were 8? Chances are that your parents paid for that cheeseburger.
The 90s. Good times.
Back in my day..' **** was only on paper'
Back in my day, the highlight of the week was to have a slice of homemade marmalade cake on a Sunday teatime.
I got a pie, chocolate milk and a packet of Cheese Twisties for 20 cents.
I'm not kidding lol
we didn't use condoms
Oh yeah? Back in my day, we had to walk 5 miles for a condom. In a snow storm. With a *****!!!
Don't forget, "up a hill."
Gotta love Walter.
pokemon ruled the schools, and I used to knock on my friends doors to ask if they can come out and play instead of text to play online
We had freedom, the chicks were cool, school sucked but we got through it, the music was/is the best, we didn't settle our quarrels with guns, we had muscle cars, we were raised by the Greatest Genration, but we also had, the draft, riots, drugs, the president was shot, ruby shot oswald, senator kennedy shot, mlk shot. But I will tell you I would not trade my 'back in the day' for anything, it was and is a long strange trip.
With respect, 'back in the day' of someone 18-21 feels like last week to me. But I get that it's relative. ;)
We were the first family in our neighbourhood to get a colour tv. The channels, as I recall, were 2, 4, 5, 7 and 9 (public television). Eventually there were UHF channels 20, 36, 44 and 54. The "remote" was me and my siblings. And tv didn't last 24 hours, either. The national anthem would play at about midnight, they announce "This concludes our broadcasting day" and there's be snow or blank screens until about 6:30 the next morning.
Riding the streetcar cost a nickel. My treat money was a quarter: 10 cents each for peanut and plain M&Ms, 5 cent for a pack of teaberry gum.
Nobody could not be hurt by me
Spice girls and backstreet boys were huge