The only way I got to see Adam and the Ants was on my cousins cable television. In fact, other than Foreigner and Cheap Trick that was pretty much it for my college days and my mothering days until my oldest turned 14... egads... NO, I Refuse to feel OLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There, I said it... LOL actually taking my baby sister and friend and my youngest to see some of the kewlest bands in the world made up for it. Weird Al Rocks... I even hollered "Marry Me!!" during a lull in one of the songs... my son was shocked, but too young to be humiliated by me. tee hee! I am doomed to feel 17 forever. Like the Dean thought to himself in Soul Music... he couldn't actually remember being 17 but he felt like it now, like under your skin was a Red Hot Vest. That is pretty much like I remember it.
My grandmother was chiding me once when I was about 22 and she was 67, she told me to remember my birth control pills, and I was mortified to hear her say in a southern accent... "I remember the Fire" (Fire being pronounced Fahr) I said something like "Oh Grandma" and she just shook her finger at me and let me know that she really did remember it.
I can only hope to embarrass one of my grandchildren the same way. I allmost gave my youngest a stroke when I told him to do more than knock before blundering through my front door, because we might be "busy" the look of shock was hilarious, and even funnier was the loud "Don't EVER say that to me AGAIN!
" Muahahahahaha!! Children these days... tch tch tch
Aha! So, Bob's yer uncle... very clever.