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What Did You Do Before? Kindle?
Before Kindle? We built arm muscles and wrestled with the mass and akwardness of books. But we loved it. And still do.
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What Did You Do Before? Global News
To be honest kids, we simply sat around the camp fire and listed to long stories about the old days...
It wasn't so bad.
What Did You Do Before? Facebook.
To be honest kids, we simply chose a time, chose a pub and met...
I know: it does seem too easy.
What Did You Do Before? On-going Management Scenarios
To be honest kids, we simply had to get some work done.
What Did You Do Before? Cornflakes
To be honest kids, it was tough. Mammoth meat or nothing.
What Did You Do Before New Year Resolutions?
To be honest kids, we just carried on drinking.
What Did You Do Before The Car Was Invented?
To be honest, kids, it was pretty cool: horses. Everybody was a cowboy.
What Did You Do Before Airlines?
To be really, really honest, kids: we endured a whole lot less hassle.
What Did You Do Before On-line Shopping?
Well kids, we simply bought everybody socks.
What Did You Do Before The Beatles?
Well kids, it was awful. There was just a huge black void occasionally disturbed by Frank Sinatra or Buddy Holly.
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