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20 things hippies used to do and our adolescents are now frowning their eyebrows

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Ah, the sixties, our hippie time! We have good memories of them and often share them with our adolescents. They, in turn, are surprised that a lot happened that they can’t imagine at all.

#1 Although you were fourteen or fifteen: you could order alcohol at the bar.

#2 After school you went to the pub, that was normal.

#3 Smoking in the schoolyard, no problem either. We are getting cigarettes: no problem at all.

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Pretty free hippie girl smoking on the grass. Peace. Body painting. Outdoor in peace and free love. Top view – Vintage effect photo

#5 That beer was served at school parties. And that you could smoke at a school party.

#7 Teachers were standing in front of the classroom with a pipe or cigar in their heads when you entered the teachers’ room, blue with smoke.

#9 Going on vacation for three weeks and making one phone call from a payphone.

#10 Your life-line with friends was the soccer club.

#11 Gossiping was bypassing notes in the classroom

#12 Whoever went with whom stood on the toilet door.

#13 You didn’t dare leave the door because it could be that that boy could call you who gave you your phone number.

#14 Passing on your absence went with an (effortless to forge) note from your parents.

#15 Your report came on a card which your parents had to sign. That signature was also easy to forget.

#16 When you went shopping you paid by cheque, even if there was no money left in your account.

#17 Per school year, there may only be ten photos of yourself.

#18 Binge-watching was watching two episodes of North & South in a row. That’s all it took to fit one videotape.

#19 A tattoo was something for pirates, and a piercing was fierce if you pierced a second hole in your ear.

#20 You communicated with your parents through notes on the kitchen table. But just like our adolescents, you’d rather not.

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