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The son was amazed to learn that people didn't always have car phones, and that they used to have cords. I was network administrator at a university, and asked out one of the girls at the college to a Chicago concert. I feel old when I talk to the 20 somethings at work about......

I wonder will VHS outshine another competitor or will people in 10 years time be kicking themselves when they get the CDs, CD roms and DVD disks all mixed up - as they all look the same? We brought over "The Breakfast Club", thinking they would enjoy-after going nuts over "She's All That" Not only did they NOT relate to any of the movies emotional angst, but they were quite bored with it and make jokes about the way Molly Ringwald dressed. I realized the noise they were making was laughter when they talked about how old the band was.

While I was working in a car wash, I overheard a mother talking to her son about car/cell phones. Needless to say, it made this 31 year old feel ancient.

I am 28 and work with mostly high school age kids and someone at my job got a new funky hair-do.

The boss at work is 33, and we both agreed the girl's hair was exactly like Pat Benatar or Joan Jett. I was babysitting my little cousin, she was watching re-runs of Mork and Mindy on Nick at Night's Tv Land.

I was watching a "Sesame Street" video with the little kids I took care of at the day care center I worked at during the summer.

Born in 1982, I grew up on "Sesame Street." My little guys, as young as 3, where watching and knew all of the characters, whn all of a sudden, the Count came on the screen.

I mentioned the commercials to someone else in high school last year, and she had absolutely no idea what I was talking about, and she's the same age as me. At my brother's best friend's graduation party, which was 4 days before our high school graduation, one of my brother's friends bought over the old Nintendo console, and a few games, Contra and Super Mario 1, 2, and 3.

All the kids at the party that were over 15 were playing, while the little kids had absolutely no idea what we were playing!!!

There I was buying a Superman DVD pack, 25 years old and this 17 or 18 year old kid treated me like a 50 year old man buy a Beatles CD. This was the first time I ever felt seriously old, I've been feeling bad ever since.

Realizing that later in this new '00 decade I will turn 30 and a 10 high school year reunion isn't that far away has me &%^*#$%% bricks too.

I was watching Daria last night on Mtv, and one of the characters had commented "It's hard to believe someone born in the 80s could have such a 50s opinion." It then dawned on me, there are kids entering college now that were only born in the eighties. 13-15, picked up one of our masks and were commenting on how cool it was and that they thought it looked familiar.


 
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