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My dad's always us how easy we've got it these days. When we him for five more minutes in bed, he always , "Back in my day, we never in. We were up before the sun to do our chores. We had to the cows, the animals, eggs from the chickens, and firewood for the fire. We had to do all that before we even got ready for school."

When we him to hurry up in the bathroom, he always says, "Back in my day, we didn't have a toilet like the one you've got today. My dad us a toilet outside our house. It had a really big hole in the middle, and there was no button to everything away. When I was six, one of the families in our town installed a toilet, and we'd go to their house all the time just to see it flush."

Whenever we ask for a new pair of shoes, he always says, "Back in my day, we didn't have shoes. We had to everywhere in bare feet, and during winter when our feet got cold, we'd in cow patties to warm them up."

Whenever we ask him for a to school, he always says, "Back in my day, we never had cards. If we didn't walk to school, we'd ride our horses. I had a brown horse with a white diamond shape on its forehead, and it was so big my brothers and I could cards on its back."

Whenever we ask him if we can play on the computer, he always says, "Back in my day, we never had those electronic games you kids play. My brothers and I found our own fun playing outside. We'd ride the sheep, the chickens, make huts in the trees, build sandcastles on the beach, and make guns out of sticks. We had our own adventures."

Whenever we ask him to the channel, he always says, "Back in my day, we never had television. We'd on the floor by the kitchen table and on old newspapers while Mum to her stories on the radio. We loved that time of day because secretly we liked to the stories on the radio, too."

Whenever we about having a shower, he always says, "Back in my day, we never had a shower. We had a big tub that we had to in. My mum would the water in a pot on the fire, and the tub would take a long time to fill. In summer, she'd us down to the river, and we'd have a bath there."

My dad's always us how easy we've got it these days. But when we ask him if we can stay up a bit later than usual, he doesn't . He's sound in his big, comfy armchair.