A culture of trivialities
I remember when I was about 9 years old, the Flapper Era was in full swing. An older cousin of mine was one of the flappers. The trend was considered very wicked, generally. The girls wore bobbed hair and bobbed skirts, plucked their eyebrows, wore raging red lipstick and they smoked and drank. They were “fast,” our mothers sputtered.
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