What would a teenager wear in the year of 1960?
I dont know and i dont give a f*c*
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Mobile phones were not invented until 1973. They were not widely available for some time after that.
Answer . \nRight now: Xbox 360 or PS3 or Money or Gift Cards to Target or Music or Video Games or some kids like books or some hitech lookin school supply stuff.
The 1960s didn't start out with colourful clothes. They were dull and looked better on older people. Then shops (botuquies) began selling cheap and colourful clothing for youn…ger people. During the decade, women started wearing mini skirts, leather boots and fake eyelashes. Men wore Paisley shirts, velvet trousers and high collared Regency jackets. Men also began to wear their hair long in the later period..
Stripes/plaid jeans farmers clothes tuxedos and yeah that stuff sooo ya
teens cared about their social life as they do now, but they were obligated far more to care about the rest of the world than now. Teens were more restricted by their parents …and marketing didn't target teens as much as it does now, thus why teens have become more illiterate and care less about things like cultural practices, history and politics.
It depends on how your relationship ended. If it was good, he/she probably just wants to catch up and see how you're doing, and to see if you're attached or not. Or, believe i…t or not, your ex might want to talk to you about your advice on something. I've been married almost 30 years, and I've contacted those I used to date when I was in high school in the 70's. Just because those relationships failed doesn't mean that I ever stopped loving them or stopped caring about what happens to them. The same can probably said for your ex. In my case, it wasn't just communicating with an old friend, but to apologize for being an immature a$$ at times when we were together. It takes a lot of years for some people to realize certain things. If the relationship ended on a fairly good note, then the reason is likely just contacting someone they care about. 10 years after teen or high school years is about the time people start feeling old and remembering about the good times in our younger days, especially if a current relationship isn't so great or that person is alone and without anyone to share with, or has gone through some life-altering event. Those of us who have good relationships should count ourselves lucky we have someone to share life with. Being alone is no fun at all. Of course if you and your ex parted on a BAD note, consider leaving town for an extended period, changing your address and phone number, etc. Seriously, don't sweat it. If you're married or in a current relationship with someone else, that person shouldn't mind if they're the kind of person that truly loves and trusts you. If not, then your relationship probably isn't as strong as you think it is. Insecurity about one's status in a relationship doesn't lend well for long-term togetherness. Still, if you're uncomfortable, keep contact at a distance and lay out the status of your current relationship. But if it's someone you once loved and parted on a good note with, not responding would be just rude. Besides - you never know if your ex just won the lottery or not and is looking for an old friend to give some spending money to. Of course there's the flip side - given the current financial mess, your ex could be looking to find out if YOU won the lottery or not..... Find out first what your ex wants - just be casual about asking. "Why now after so many years?" blah blah blah - you get the idea. When I say life altering event, in addition to accidents, operations and such, I also mean that person could be dying and want to say goodbye. Don't find out the hard way if that's the case or not by not doing anything and ignoring the situation, or I guarantee you'll regret until the day you die.
You mean, "How were the teenagers in the 1960's?" Answer: MUCH beter than they are now!!! Trust me!
blue jeans, sweaters, cardigans, t-shirts, A-line skirts, bobby socks, penny loafers, converse sneakers, leather jackets
It depends. Teenagers who are bold or daring will choose to wear mini-skirts, mini-shorts, tank tops, short dresses, spaghetti tops, tubes for girls. For boys, they will choos…e to wear loud pieces of clothing. For classy teenagers, they would wear dresses, high heels for girls and casual-formal button up shirts for boys. For teenagers who does not really mind what they look, they will just put on t-shirts and shorts or jeans.
Would a seventeen year old teenage girl with an enormous chest wearing a black bra make a good villain for an anime?
The same reasons they do today. A sense of belonging, peer pressure and a desire for power. They often feel like they have to in order to avoid being beaten up because they ar…en't in one. Harlan Ellison wrote a number of stories about being a gang member in the late 50's and early 60's.
In Decade - 1960s
In Entertainment & Arts
They stayed outside, went to places to "hang out" with each other, and they also watched alittle bit of television and often went to watch animated films such as those in 1966… by W alt Disney.
In Names and Name Meanings
family feud wedding church prom funeral graduation
Most likely 1978, but depending on when your school's cutoff dates are and when in the year you were born it could potentially be a year on either side of that, or more if you… either skipped a grade or two or had to repeat a grade or two.
In Decade - 1960s
Mostly jeans and T-shirts in US and regular shirts and jeans in Britain. No big baggy pants were seen. Very few 'hoodies' were seen.