SWEET TEA

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Do you? Huh? Huh?


Do you know what this is?



It is the NEW version of

*THIS*

Mister pointed this out to me while we were
eating at "Buffalo Wild Wings" last week.
I had never seen the new version before.

Now when I sing,
"Prop Me Up Against the Jukebox When I Die",I'll have a new visual in my head!


23 comments:

The Brown Recluse said...

It tickles me that you call hubby "Mister."

I think the earlier version is a little snappier.

Jeanie said...

I will probably always have the old version in my head when I think of a juke box, but the new ones are pretty cool looking.

Kimmy said...

HEY! We have a Buffalo Wild Wings out here too!! lol

Anyways...Yeah, I've seen one of those before. I still like the old style better.

Chatty Crone said...

I was thinking a heart defibrillator.

yaya said...

As always, the old version is prettier, more imaginative, smarter looking, and I bet the music is better too...just like some of my generation!

Just Stuff From a Boomer said...

Wow, it looks so sterile. I like "our" version much better. I remember loving the little ones in your booth when I was younger. I have a Buffalo Wild Wings too, but I never would have noticed this. Thanks for bringing me into the 21st century.

Ninny said...

Well, I guess everything changes with the times, er, the technology. One day libraries will be called museums!

Cozy Little House said...

What will they change up next...
Brenda

Annesphamily said...

You are entered in my giveaway for the Miracle Makeover weekend! It is a hand blown teapot. Come back and steal my button for it! I love you sweet comments. Enjoy the weekend, you are a doll! Anne

nancygrayce said...

Why do they have to change everything????? If you'll notice in all movies the music is mostly from our generation.

Munir said...

The older version is cooler, much cooler. I guess because I am an old timer. LOL

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

So nice to meet you! I was lucky to find you on Annephamily site.
Looking forward to being your newest follower
Maggie

bj said...

I grew up with jukeboxes at the tables but they didn't look quite as cool as these new ones. I haven't seen one "in person", just photos.
xo bj

Bobbi said...

So cool. And today I learned something new!!

Shelly said...

My first time visiting your blog, and it was very intriguing! I had no idea what that was, but it is pretty 21st century looking-

Kelli said...

Nothing can ever replace a good ol' vinyl-record-playing jukebox! Why do they always think they have to 'improve' everything? I'll take the HUGE floor model playing 'Benny and the Jets' and 'Brick House'.

Yes, I'm a child of the 70s/80s. ;)

Sush said...

Don't you remember watching the selector passing back and forth in search of your selection it stops.. selects the 45 brings it back over...the arm with the needle drop down, the spin of the turntable...scratch...scratch...viola...magic!

and I really loved when you were in a booth in a soda shop with your own special little juke box!

just a few yesterdays ago...

Ellie said...

Hi, just found your blog and loved your picture with the teapot and cup - made me smile.
I have to say I like the older version jukebox much brighter and more "fun" if you know what I mean. Lol
I've just signed up as newest follower.

STILLMAGNOLIA said...

LOL....the song choice was hysterical. Loved the Digital Native Juke box...love the old wurlitzers myself.

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

I've not seen one of these. How much did you have to put in?

Me (aka Danielle) said...

I don't know how I feel about such a modern take an something so iconic.....

karen said...

I miss those old juke boxes with the lights and scratchy records dropping down. I'm living in the past for sure though, and am starting to understand why old folks get so nostalgic - because I'm getting to be an old folk myself! Thanks for stopping by my blog - I am a follower of yours now too. My silly little story has earned me all kinds of new friends!

karen said...

I've passed along a blog award that was given to me by Sush. I enjoy your blog so much and wanted others to do the same. I like reading about you and the "Mister."

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