While browsing through a large warehouse of discounted furniture a friend pointed out a fancy card table, complete with a candle resting place and a swing-out arm for drinks. She went on to describe why those features were important "back in the day."
Back in the day. When exactly is that anyway? Many different phrases are used to describe different nonspecific points in time. While reading through a few blogs today I came across a reference to the "good ol' days."
Certainly the idea of back in the day goes farther into the past than the good ol' days. I'm not exactly sure when my own good ol' days were and I suppose at some point "down the road" I'll recall some memory from the last year or two and think about how it happened back in the good ol' days.
Yes, these are days, I'll remember.
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