Erma Bombeck Quote

To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. When we began to 'rap,' 'feed into one another,' 'let things hang out' that mother didn't know about and would rather not.


If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits? (1971)

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To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. When we began to 'rap,' 'feed...

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To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. When we began to 'rap,' 'feed...

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To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. When we began to 'rap,' 'feed...

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To my way of thinking, the American family started to decline when parents began to communicate with their children. When we began to 'rap,' 'feed...