Over the past 50 years there have been a "few" changes in how we live, go to work, etc.

 

Here are some of the ways we've changed over the years according to buzzfeed.

We Watch a Lot More TV.   50 years ago the average household watched a total of 5 hours and 6 minutes of TV each day as you can imagine it has gone up about 67% percent.

Older kids live with their parents now, more then they ever did 50 year ago.

People now wait to get married until they are a little older and 50 years ago 72% of all adults were married.  

We are less Likely to Smoke Cigarettes now. Today, 23% of men over the age of 18 smoke cigarettes, compared to a whopping 54% 50 years ago. 

IS THIS ONE TRUE--Men Are Doing More Housework, and Women Are Doing Less.  50 years ago women did about 28 hours of house work.  Men averaged about 4.  Now we do about 15, and the average guy does nine.

Men work 10 hours fewer then they did 50 years ago and women work 10 more.  

We are much more likely to elect a woman as President compared to 50 years ago.

How do you think we changed in the last 50 years?