February 24, 2017 by Wrong Hands
Posted in Cartoon | Tagged Comic, Fiction, Folklore, Funny, Generations, History, Humor, Lifestyle, Parents, School | 17 Comments
Ah, the good old days!
True days, true map.
You forgot to mention that it was uphill both ways.
We never had a problem with dragons in my day. They were too scared to come into our neighborhood.
Bah, you had a school to walk to? We were forced to read at night, when we returned from our 18 hours working day on the farms …
…and you had to get up in the morning half an hour before you went to bed
A bed? We did not have no cushy beds …
Maybe, just maybe I had an overdose of that clip, though:
Yes, the yoof of today doesn’t know how good they have it 😉
The comments are as funny as the funny! Kids today could no-doubt suffer it all gracefully enough — but the lack of a way to document it and get it on the internet would do them IN.
you forgot to some how add UPHILL both ways!
Reblogged this on Utopia – you are standing in it!.
It’s as if you’ve illustrated one of my favorite Weird Al songs! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LQWFDo604o
The only thing that’s missing is being buck-naked. 😀
Yeah, back in the day it was much harder. For me, it was so much easier – I just had to wait for a bus for barely 20-30 minutes at a bus stop in -20F – -30F weather.
A bus stop? We had to throw ourselves into the way of the bus if we wanted it to stop …
Or just to warm up.
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