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Babi, how old are you?

Babi, how old are you?

One grand grandmother and her granddaughter talked about their life one evening.
Suddenly grandson will ask his grandmothers: “Babi, how old is your flight?”
Grandma responds: “Let me think for a while …
I was born before a television, a copier, contact lenses,
contraceptive pills.
There were no police radars, credit cards, laser beams.
They did not even invent air conditioning or dryers, clothes were washed and
hanging in the fresh air to dry.
Man was not on the moon, there were no jet planes.
I married your grandfather and we lived together, in every family
was father and mother. Men did not wear earrings.
I was born in front of a computer, a parallel studio and a group
therapy.
People did not go to preventative tours, but they were physicians as needed
sent to blood and urine.
Until I was 18, I addressed every man “Lord,” and
woman “Lady”.
When a woman entered the tram or bus at that time, children
and the young people hurried to free her seat. If she was pregnant,
they accompanied her to the seat. On the stairs the women left the party
the railings and the women first entered the elevator.
The men rose from the table every time the woman stood up if it were
just for a moment.
The men opened the door and helped us to put off their coats.
Girls meant honor to the family. Our life was sober
thinking, respecting the elders, fulfilling the law
his fruitful coexistence with others, and freedom was responsible.
They taught us to distinguish between good and bad.
A serious relationship meant we had good relationships with our brothers and sisters
nurses, close and distant relatives and friends.
We did not know the wireless phones, not to mention the mobiles.
We have not listened to stereo recordings, FM radio, cassettes, CDs, DVDs and
we did not have electronic typewriters and computers, laptops.
We ran our watch every day. Nothing was digital either
watches, and home appliances did not have luminous displays.
There were no ATMs, microwaves, radio alarm clocks
about video recorders, camcorders. There was no digital either
color photographs, just black and white, and three were expected to be called up
days.
Made in Korea, China or Thailand did not exist, it was not Pizza, Mac
Donald and instant coffee.
In my time the grass was mowed, not smoked …