Huh. Well, it only makes sense that if you're not in any hurry to communicate with me you must be getting used to the way things are in the 1950s.
You know, the traditional subservient roles of women and lack of job equality.
Oh, I see. You had a great time at the Sock Hop. And you like the other waitresses at the diner where you work your butt off?
That's great. Glad to hear it.
Still, your lack of biting my ear off about returning you to the 21st century doesn't really seem like you.
Ah! You met someone. And there it is.
Your girlfriends call him a "greaser"? You want to know what that means?
Often coming from homes of Italian and Latino heritage, big greasy hairstyles such as the Pompadour and Duck Tail are attained with the use of products such as pomade and petroleum jelly. Leather jackets, T-shirts and straight-legged pants or jeans also define the look.
Souped up hotrods, motorcycles, rock and roll and cigarette smoking also play a major part in the definition of a greaser, along with leather jackets and straight-legged pants.
In 1974 the film, The Lords of Flatbush will again create an acknowledgement of the greaser subculture.
In 1974, Henry Winkler will bring to life his greaser character, The Fonz, in the hit show Happy Days. It will run for twelve years.
And in 1978, the musical romantic comedy movie, Grease, will be released to return viewers to the 1940s and 1950s of the greasers.
Honestly, Amy, I'm totally excited about this new guy in your life.
Can't wait to hear more about him.
Oh, yeah. I'm definitely going to keep working on the time machine.
I'm going to work on it tirelessly every day until I get you back to the 21st century.
Well, maybe not tirelessly, but you get my drift.