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  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Member Posts: 9,803 Member Member Posts: 9,803 Member
    • Galaxy and Magellan. I know it's been months now, but I still miss them.
    • The few remaining friends I have from college (we live in different states).
    • My best friend I met during my stay in Japan. She lives allllllllllll the way in HI... which makes it difficult to visit her!
    • When I lived alone; my place was much easier to clean then, lol.
  • mwgiblermwgibler Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member
    Being able to see my toes lol
  • CurseofDolkiteCurseofDolkite Member Posts: 31 Member Member Posts: 31 Member
    ...I miss them even more now I'm in my 40s, because those times will never happen again. 😔

    I'm 43 and I often feel bad about those lost times. A lot of the fun stops after your 20s or 30s.
  • NorthStar77NorthStar77 Member Posts: 632 Member Member Posts: 632 Member
    ...I miss them even more now I'm in my 40s, because those times will never happen again. 😔

    I'm 43 and I often feel bad about those lost times. A lot of the fun stops after your 20s or 30s.

    Its a different kind of fun, and i dont miss hangovers - but in hindsight, you rarely had a bad night when you wake up hungover.
    So its a different kind of feel. But the excitement and the anticipation is what i miss most.
  • loonylovegood0715loonylovegood0715 Member Posts: 101 Member Member Posts: 101 Member
    Eating pasta :(
  • twitchandshouttwitchandshout Member Posts: 1,593 Member Member Posts: 1,593 Member
    Summertime showerbeer
    edited February 10
  • CurseofDolkiteCurseofDolkite Member Posts: 31 Member Member Posts: 31 Member
    ...I miss them even more now I'm in my 40s, because those times will never happen again. 😔

    I'm 43 and I often feel bad about those lost times. A lot of the fun stops after your 20s or 30s.

    Its a different kind of fun, and i dont miss hangovers - but in hindsight, you rarely had a bad night when you wake up hungover.
    So its a different kind of feel. But the excitement and the anticipation is what i miss most.

    It wasn't really the drinking or the pot smoking... Just being able to do stuff without all the commitments people have now. A lot of people still have the stupid belief that you haven't truly grown up until you have kids. I don't dislike kids and I can enjoy kid stuff (last week I went sledding with my cousin's kids), but I resent that when people have kids, everything becomes about the kids, how to keep the kids happy. I miss when there was an adult world, before people brought their kids everywhere or felt they had to have their kids near them at all times. And a big pet peeve of mine are the "mama/papa bear" types that insist on reminding you that Hey, I'm a Pretty Nice Person, But You Mess With My Kids and I Become the Terminator.
  • YoshiboobsYoshiboobs Member Posts: 1,091 Member Member Posts: 1,091 Member
    I miss passion and true connection and someone who actually finds me interesting.
  • mwgiblermwgibler Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member
    The days before social media

    YESSS!!
  • mwgiblermwgibler Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member Member, Premium Posts: 133 Member
    Summertime showerbeer
    Shower beers are the best!!
  • ReenieHJReenieHJ Member Posts: 6,538 Member Member Posts: 6,538 Member
    The days before social media

    Well yeh, but then where would we all be?
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Member Posts: 2,902 Member Member Posts: 2,902 Member
    All the Drive-in Movie "Theatres" and all of the greasy spoons that have shut down as a result of these chaotic times. My favorite restaurant in my hometown was a hole in the wall hot dog shop with greasy french fries, delicious breakfasts and coffee, and it was always packed. This was a thriving business but owner had a gambling addiction and gambled the business away a little over ten years ago. It was in business nearly 100 years, passed down from generation to generation.
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Member Posts: 2,902 Member Member Posts: 2,902 Member
    Also, I miss all old sitcoms. Because having grown up in the 80's and 90's, I prefer to watch Cheers, Everybody Loves Raymond, Family Ties, Three's Company, and Roseanne....70's, 80's, 90's and I have yet to find much in the last two decades that I care for because "they just don't make 'em like that anymore..."
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Member Posts: 2,902 Member Member Posts: 2,902 Member
    Lastly, I miss lack of choices because lack of choices brought everyone to the TV. If xyz was on at 7 pm and there weren't many other options then usually lack of choices brought everyone together.
  • SwannySezSwannySez Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    LoveyChar wrote: »
    All the Drive-in Movie "Theatres" and all of the greasy spoons that have shut down as a result of these chaotic times. My favorite restaurant in my hometown was a hole in the wall hot dog shop with greasy french fries, delicious breakfasts and coffee, and it was always packed. This was a thriving business but owner had a gambling addiction and gambled the business away a little over ten years ago. It was in business nearly 100 years, passed down from generation to generation.

    Why would a Drive-In close?
  • LoveyCharLoveyChar Member Posts: 2,902 Member Member Posts: 2,902 Member
    SwannySez wrote: »
    LoveyChar wrote: »
    All the Drive-in Movie "Theatres" and all of the greasy spoons that have shut down as a result of these chaotic times. My favorite restaurant in my hometown was a hole in the wall hot dog shop with greasy french fries, delicious breakfasts and coffee, and it was always packed. This was a thriving business but owner had a gambling addiction and gambled the business away a little over ten years ago. It was in business nearly 100 years, passed down from generation to generation.

    Why would a Drive-In close?

    I'm not sure why. That one had nothing to do with anything current, though.
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