This expression has to be one of the more aggravating social items of this 1980s, even worse also than mullets or slouch socks

This expression has to be one of the more aggravating social items of this 1980s, even worse also than mullets or slouch socks

What does “having it all” even suggest?

It seems like a trashy mag motto or something like that the Cat within the Hat would guarantee as he busted into the household, balancing your infant, a laptop, a gymnasium towel, some high heel shoes and an enchanting supper for 2 while busting some annoyingly long rhymes and terrorising nearby pets. A unique York Times article entitled “The complicated origins of ‘Having It All'” traced it to Helen Gurley Brown’s 1982 guide Having It All: Love, success, intercourse, cash. Continue reading “This expression has to be one of the more aggravating social items of this 1980s, even worse also than mullets or slouch socks”