STUCK IN THE 60S: 10 THINGS BABY BOOMERS REFUSE TO LET GO OF

Yet, baby boomers flock to shopping malls with giddiness and excitement as though they are embarking on a safari.

GOING TO THE SHOPPING MALL

Keeping informed with world events is admirable. It pays to know. However, 24-hour news programs where specialists repeat the same information must be more informative.

WATCH 24-HOUR NEWS CHANNELS.

The military discipline that their parents endured would have found its way into the home. One of these habits would be to have their clothes look sharp and crisp.

IRON CREASES IN THEIR PANTS

There is nothing wrong with having inspirational quotes around your home. However, uplifting statements in a frame on the toilet window or within the bathroom can be seen as tacky.

LOVE WORD ART

Receiving paper bills may give you a sense of control. Open the envelope, bemoan the gas bill, and write a check.

STILL HAVE UTILITY BILLS MAILED TO THEM.

What do baby boomers find so extraordinary about these channels? First, people overacting with fake positivity and amazement at the new tool always makes peeling a potato a breeze.

WATCHING SHOPPING CHANNELS

Okay, these may make your toilet look adorable, but what about the health issues? The germs and bacteria that can make their way into the fabric are the stuff of horror stories.

FUZZY TOILET SEAT COVERS

Some boomers may also view landlines as being more secure than mobile phones or internet-based communication methods.

USE LANDLINES

Many cruises offer luxurious amenities, such as spas, fine dining, and high-end cabins. Boomers may enjoy the opportunity to relax and indulge in a comfortable, luxurious setting.

GO ON CRUISES

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