It'd be fun to role play and I love the decor but I'd still need a man who considered me an equal, even though we'd have different roles. And I'd gladly stay home and cook and clean and step out of the working world.
Last edited by Just Peachy; 12-28-2012 at 07:50 PM.
It be fun to role play and I love the decor but I'd still need a man who considered me an equal, even though we'd have different roles. And I'd gladly stay home and cook and clean and step out of the working world.
Face the fact, I fly on planets every day.
My nucleus friend, prepare, I return again...
My 7XL is not yet invented.
I guess it would be cool, but it would also be kinda pointless. I'm sure they will lose their living in the 50's feeling once they step out of their house or turn on the TV/radio. The world has changed a lot, and there's really no escaping from it.
I like the clothing, cars and interior styles from that era though. Groovy.
My name was supposed to be French fries with mayo but I was drunk when I signed up.
I didn't read the thread. I am an extremely cynical person, but also a totally over-sentimental schmaltze (?), so a lot about the 50's appeals to me. I'm the baby/accident of an older family, so I grew up with hand-me-downs, photos, old stuff in general from the 50's era, and it's very dear to me. I also found great guilty pleasure in that Brendan Frasier movie, I forgot the name, where he's been raised in a bomb-shelter since the 1950s and emerges into the modern world, and Stephen King's 11/22/63 has as much or more about the 50's as it does JFK and Oswald. I guess it's a kind of fetish.
I wouldn't want to give up the Interwebs or modern medicine or shaved pussy, but beyond that, there's a lot to be said for those times.....
Originally Posted by GHP
It's the millennium. It's OK to hate the niggers again