our generation shoes
I wear flip flops on the outside of my house and they’re comfortable enough to wear without a jacket, so I like to keep them in my car in the summer time. I also find it comforting that I can walk on the grass in the front yard in my flip flops and no one will ever know.
I mean, I guess the flip flops have to be in there, but I would much rather have them in my car. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I think everyone should be able to walk on the grass without any problem.
The flip flops have been around for a long time, but I think our generation has made them stand out. People are really buying flip flops, even for summer, and I think that is a good sign. If people want them and you have them, why not give them away? It will always be a fashion statement, but it will also be a statement of pride. And everyone should be able to walk on the grass in the front yard without any problem.
I don’t think there is a reason why I would want to go after a family member who is really happy about it, but then it’s not like people are afraid to walk down the street, so they can say, “Well, you’re welcome.
The problem with this rule is that we are so used to saying “thanks” that we can’t really put our heads up, just to say “hi.” The new generation is a generation that has been “grown” in a way that just means we don’t have the time or inclination to say thanks. I can’t imagine any of my friends or family being upset that I’m wearing flip flops.
I wish I could say that we are the generation that has grown up and learned to say hi and thanks to people. But I guess that I cant. It seems that the way that we say thank you and greet someone in general is just so ingrained in us that it really doesn’t matter if we know someone or not. We just have to make sure that we thank them when they do something for us! I hope that I can learn to be a little more polite in the future.
It’s a weird thing that so many of us have been taught to say “hi” and “thanks” to people every day, especially in public places. But we are so afraid to say “thanks” to strangers that we forget or refuse to say it to our friends.
Our generation really isn’t that different from most of the people in our parents’ generation. We still have a lot of the same fears, but we also have a lot of the same behaviors. We also just don’t like being in public (especially in groups of people) anymore, so we don’t usually say hi to strangers unless we really have to.
But we are also really bad at saying thanks. Our generation has a tendency to ask each other for things and then not follow through. We never really say thanks to strangers, we just say “hi” and then move on. We also have a tendency to wait for someone to ask something before saying thanks, so we rarely say thanks.