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Old 03-19-2018, 02:20 PM   #21
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Another thing that was great about the time when I was young is that it was right after the "Summer of Love".
The hippies had broken down a lot of the social walls about before marriage. The pill had been invented and was pretty easily available and lots of girls were on it. AIDS didn't exist and anything you were likely to catch could be cured with a visit or 2 to the Doctor.
Hip hugger jeans and halter tops were in style and nipples were everywhere!

Even I got laid a lot! Hah!

When "That 70's show" got popular and there was a revival in the 70's pop culture, bell bottoms came back, long hair on chicks etc, I was really hoping the braless look would come back but, unfortunately, it didn't.
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Old 03-19-2018, 02:28 PM   #22
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Another thing that was great about the time when I was young is that it was right after the "Summer of Love".
The hippies had broken down a lot of the social walls about before marriage. The pill had been invented and was pretty easily available and lots of girls were on it. AIDS didn't exist and anything you were likely to catch could be cured with a visit or 2 to the Doctor.
Hip hugger jeans and halter tops were in style and nipples were everywhere!

Even I got laid a lot! Hah!

When "That 70's show" got popular and there was a revival in the 70's pop culture, bell bottoms came back, long hair on chicks etc, I was really hoping the braless look would come back but, unfortunately, it didn't.
Dazed and Confused was an awesome movie. that was jsut like highschool for me. Dang, everybody smoked alot of weed.

I know the 70s were the best no doubt. I would hide from my dad as much as possible so he wouldn't cut my hair.
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