Thursday, April 26, 2018

Finish this Sentence

Lately I've been thinking about the good old days, which in many ways may not have been all that good, but at least things were simpler then. Only four television channels to choose from, one radio station, one movie theater with a double feature, and peanut butter sandwiches in every child's lunchbox. That leads me to this week's sentence for you to complete.

Whatever happened to...?

Finish the sentence in any way you like. Your addition can be kinky or vanilla, humorous or serious. I'll publish your sentences on Saturday.
From Hermione's Heart


Anonymous said...

Less is better, those days proved that life was more enjoyable, people interacted more. We have let ourselves be overtaken by our thirst to make life easier, when it was already easier, back to Less is Better.

Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to make Americans think Donald Trump was the answer to whatever happened?

Anonymous said...

Nylon panties and slips, especially in pastel colors and floral patterns? 10% elastane etc. diminishes the soft feel - silkier than silk.

A woman’s bottom, vagina and breasts deserve exquisite packaging.


Anonymous said...

Kids playing in the street/yard rushing home before the street lights turn on?

Baxter said...

to telephones that hung on the wall or sat on the table at home? now everyone has one and every spare second is spent staring at it for who knows why. (disclaimer - I have one but I do not walk or drive looking at the stupid thing)

ronnie said...

to the movie rentals stores. I was going to say about children playing in the street.


Windy said...

to being able to play outside in the heat all day and getting a drink from the garden hose. It gets above 80 now and I have to stick my head in a bucket of ice.

NoraJean said...

Good question Hermione .... I've been thinking about this off and on for the past couple of days and couldn't come up with anything that didn't sound like it was coming from an old coot longing for the good ol' days, which in reality, is a distorted view held by every generation. I do agree with Anon ... in our search for tools and technology to make life easier, we've made it more complicated.

ricky said...

Whatever happened to going to the local movie theatre.
It was fun to tear the movie apart with your friends, saying how bored you were.
And still you went back, week after week.
Ah, those were the days.

Dave said...

the soft drink TAB ; Hai Karate after shave ; automotive floor mounted dimmer switches?