Sounds just like me and my 34 year old son, “talkin’ ’bout my g-g-g-generation”
“Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco”, if memory serves correct.
My dad always liked to slip one uncooked egg into the mix when us kids were coloring them. Kind of an Easter version of Russian roulette.
For Mrs. Einstein, was Albert “Mr. Right” or “Mr. ‘Always’ Right”?
I think he’s pulling for the underdog.
She does, Ben & Jerry!
Jackson Browne ended the song These Days with the line “Please don’t confront me with my failures, I have not forgotten them”. I listen to that song and still wake up at night thinking about things I did and things I didn’t do back in high school over 40 years ago, including relationships with the opposite sex. I don’t think I have any regrets, just ghosts!
When I was a kid my mom liked going to Jacques in the Box!
I think Gene should have listened to Warren Zevon sing “Lawyers, Guns and Money”
Well, I went home with the waitressThe way I always doHow was I to knowShe was with the Russians, too
I was gambling in HavanaI took a little riskSend lawyers, guns and moneyDad, get me out of this
I’m the innocent bystanderSomehow I got stuckBetween the rock and the hard placeAnd I’m down on my luckAnd I’m down on my luckAnd I’m down on my luck
Now I’m hiding in HondurasI’m a desperate manSend lawyers, guns and moneyThe s*** has hit the fan
Send lawyers, guns and money…
Worth noting:“I went home with the waitress”“I took a little risk”“Dad get me out of this”“I’m the innocent bystander, Somehow I got stuck between the rock and the hard place and I’m down on my luck”“I’m a desperate man”“The s*** has hit the fan”
At least, not where it can be seen by others!