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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by HotRodSteve, Dec 4, 2020.
I could do this.
The only thing I would find "weird" would be if her first name isnt Betty...
Actually a pretty sensible attitude.
My Mom had a cookie maker like that and it made great cookies.
Another chap living in the past. I think he has the right idea.
Well, at least she’s not living like it’s 1350...
I still do and it still does.
What kind of car does she drive?
That'd be horrible. There were no guitars then!
“Blast from the Past”!!! She looks like my Mom looked back in the day- she used “Prell” shampoo in the tube. I think it could strip paint...
To this day, one of my favorite cocktails that ALWAYS has the young server return saying, “The bartender wants to know...What’s in that??” is:
A Dry Rob Roy, up with a Twist!
Her husband would probably have been considered an oddball, with that beard
I'm trying to think of the term and I can't, and that's probably just as well because it's a religious affiliation and it would have branded him an outcast, generally in those days.
Only because of the beard, really
i was going to say the same thing! haha. unless you were an old man, i don't think that is "period appriopriate."
has she got an iphone?....
i laughed when i saw her flip through the cd selections in that"old timey" jukebox
so...ummm...does she have any Tele's from around that time ? or maybe an amp or two tucked away in the rec room ?
my dad lives every day like it's 1998.
She seems to have quite a few modern conveniences ... relatively speaking to mountain life off the grid.
Her attire is wrong.
Women back then wore brassieres that made their mammary glands look pointy.
I can remember looking around me as a very small boy and thinking, “What the hell? Are they all smuggling traffic cones?”
If she wants to do this right, she needs the ICBM warhead armored bras and a ‘58 Impala with a 348 Tri-Power.
Dress and makeup and everything?