Re: Spoiled kids of the 80s?
It seems that some of this perception comes from how much debt people are willing to incur in order to get what the want/feel they deserve. I know that my first husband liked to brag about how his first house was bigger than his parents' first house and how he had more cars than his parents did at the same age. In reality though, he was living in and driving things that the bank owned more than he did while his parents had very little debt at the same age.
Melissa-Wife, mother to DS 4/02 and DD 4/07, DS 7/08
ISO: my lost shaker of salt