Seeing a woman wear an apron in the 50s, 60s, 70s and even 80s wasn’t something that uncommon. Whether you saw the “stay-at-home” mother on television, were one yourself or personally knew one, the role was somewhat of a standard back in the day.
So, you’re thinking about planning a birthday party, holiday party, or just want to get together with some friends or family. But, you’re not looking to spend and arm and a leg and you want it to be different than the typical BBQ cookout.
A lot of jobs and careers require a certain uniform, attire, clothing, etc. This is not something that most of us are unfamiliar with. There are just certain companies and careers that we know what to expect when we see the employees.
With the 75th Golden Globe Awards kicking off awards season, it made us think about how much goes on behind the scene that the viewers don’t even realize or think about.
How many times have you “accidentally” and “unintentionally” ended up on the sofa all day watching TV? It’s okay, it happens to the best of us. If this has happened (one, two, maybe ten times) to you, it’s highly likely that what you binged watched was some form of reality television. People love reality television. And not only that, but they love reality competition television shows. Throw food into the mix, and forget it! Laundry, dishes, cleaning goes down the drain because the longer we can stare into Tyler Florence’s eyes, or cringe at Gordon Ramsay yelling at adults, the better.
When you think of aprons, typically the first thing that comes to mind is…cooking or baking. The reasoning for this is most likely because those professions are the ones that we see and are exposed to on an everyday basis.
On any given weekend or day off, there is a ninety-nine percent chance that the Food Network will be watched for a majority of that day. There’s something about watching other people cool that is so satisfying and calming to watch.
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