Discussion in 'Jokes and Games' started by reggaefan, Nov 16, 2006.
You are in your yard and a hot lady walks by and your pacemaker opens the garage door
How about when you are talking about a highly significant event from your teen years, and the kid you are talking to says "yeah, we studied that in History" owch.
Or you are talking about where you were when JFK was shot and some kid says, "Who was that?"
Or whats a woodstock
Or what's a beatnik?
True story my daughter Sarah asked" was the world in black and white in the 70's.
You know your old when you try to explain what a wringer type washing
machine to your kids are grandkids.
Of for that matter, what bluing is.
I was just telling jubabe about bluing.
What about when you had to cut up Grandma's Lye Soap for the wash tubs and use a washboard? I never did that, but remember watching my grandmother doing it weekly at least.
I remember my mother cooking pork fat out of the pork and that turns into cracklings .Remove the cracklings and then take that fat and make lye soap this is all done on an old black cast iron pot outside with fire around it and take the cracklings and make crackling cornbread.
My Michigan parents and grand parents wouldn't know a cracklin' if it whacked them in the face, nor would they know cornbread. They rendered the fat and used it to fry eggs. As far as I know, no one made soap. It was bought in a big bar and cut into shavings.
OMG crackling corbread yummy.Can't you just hear Jeff Foxworthy you maybe a redneck if
Yes ,I love crackling bread.Yes I'm a redneck lol
Me too Glenda and Sharon ais a coon-@$^. I used to tell my children they werte either Coonn Necks or Red @$^. I no longer have any doubt.
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