What’s a girl to do? You can’t compete with that, alone or in pairs.
I can’t even imagine how much mothers must have loved the invention of the Slinky. “You mean, they’ll just sit there on the stairs for hours watching a little piece of metal fall down over and over?”
(BTW, my mom didn’t allow me to have a slinky, even though I wanted one bad, because the metal kind supposedly cut up kids’ hands. And then my aunt, after much begging, gave me one for Easter. A metal one. And no sooner was it out of the box than I sliced my finger open. Stupid mom, always right.)
The metal ones were the best, finger-slicing aside! I could never get the plastic ones to work properly.
They made better noises, too!
Did you also have your slapbraclets taken away because they were a danger to slicing the wrists? That happened at my school. Its ridiculous to say, but I still have one of the original ones with the metal inside! (Not a hoarder, just nostalgic.)
I don’t think I ever had a slap bracelet, but not because my mom thought it was dangerous. I think she just didn’t like spending money on fads.
All I want to know is where my boyfriend got his fetching purse. It looks sturdy AND stylish, plus I need a new cross body bag.
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