Modern problems are everywhere, these days, preventing most of us from really being able to sit back and enjoy our moments of relaxation. We spend all day and some of our nights working to make ends meet and then come home only to find out that our devices have died on us and need a couple hours of charging before theyll even help us achieve those supposed rewards from the modern life that weve been working for!
(Not to mention a system update every seventeen hours!) It makes one wonder if there is a better way.
Can we look back to our past and find another sort of life that just simplifies things out and integrates a different sort of modernity thatll actually do what they claim! It is at times like this that we turn to one of two groups of folks that really know how to thrive.
The Jetsons family tech operates far more flawlessly but are still a bit in the future. Thus, we turn to the modern stoneage families who really knew how to make things tick or chirp or crow.
(Really, the noise that their devices made totally depended on which animal was going to do the job!) You, too, can show the world just how great the stone ages were and you wont even need to wear an odd orange and black animal fur to do it.
Be at one with feminine grace and stoneage strength with this Betty Rubble Adult costume. This polyester fleece tube dress is brilliant blue and sleekly comfortable with its iconic jagged diamond hemline.
The black halter tie features the white rock pendant look and you wont have to bash your locks with rocks to get Bettys perfect hairdo with the black foam headpiece. Give Betty some of the center stage and teach her to yell out Yabba Dabba Doo!
this year. Heck, head out on a double date with Barney and the Flintstones and maybe Dino will make up a Jurassic dinner!
It is a very common misconception that the earliest brewery came out somewhere in Egypt or Germany. We're here to set the record straight.
The oldest known brewery is actually in the stone age town of Berdrock. We know this because Archaeologists have uncovered traces of the old beer and some sweet can koozies that went with them.
This was a common drinking hole for many of the various residents after a hard day of working the brontosaurus cranes in the gravel pit. Nothing cooled them off and refreshed them like a good yabba dabba brew.
Now you can continue the five thousand year old tradition by getting one of these same Yabba Dabba Brew Can Koozies to keep your beer cold even after the Ice Age has passed! Be careful you don't have too many before you hop in your feet powered car and head home.
Maybe you can get a brontosaurus or mammoth to take you home instead.