A. the air conditioner was a miracle back then. It wasn't easy to cool off in the summer, when it was 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. but after the air conditioner, people were no longer fainting from heat stroke. B. I run warm, so I love the air conditioner. Especially in the summer, when it feels like my skin is boiling off. C. Today, many buildings have air conditioning, and it's actually too cold. It's also very common in houses.
A. Before the sentient pitcher who yelled "Oh yeah!", the only way to get juice was to squeeze fruit, which took time and got pulp in the juice. but after, families everywhere could have juice quicker and easier than ever. B. I'm not typically in a juice mood, but if I am, I drink Kool-Aid, or at least some variation of it. C. I feel like everyone out there has tried and liked Kool-Aid as a kid. most adults and teens stick to pop and coffee, though.
A. this international frozen treat was accidentally made when a fruit drink was left outside in winter with a stirring stick in it. Eventually, these "Ice pops" were made for and sold to the public, who loved them instantly. B. I LOVE Popsicles. Who doesn't? I used to eat Popsicles all the time, and sometimes still crave them. C. Everybody loves Popsicles, from babies to the elderly. you almost never see a little kid in a house with no Popsicles.
A. yes, there were bandages, but there wasn't anything for cuts and other small wounds. Until Band-Aids, that is. Band-Aids allowed for a quick and easy way to dress wounds. Families everywhere loved them. B. I remember as a kid getting cut on stupid stuff and putting a Band-Aid on it a lot. C. everybody everywhere uses Band-Aids for cuts. who doesn't?
A. sliced bread changed (almost) everything. sandwiches were easier to make, and new ones were eventually invented. B. I have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch everyday at school. sliced bread makes this possible. C. People use sliced bread all the time. it's in basically every house and used almost every single day.
A. It was a sad world. No burgers! thankfully, somebody had the idea to slice a roll in half horizontally and stick some beef in it. This creation allowed for the best food ever. B. I. LOVE. BURGERS. I'm almost always in the mood for one. I couldn't imagine a world without them. C. This amazing sandwich is a staple for restaurants, picnics, and homemade dinners. everybody has tried a burger, and the world wouldn't be the same without them.
A. When cars were first made, there was no way to get snow, rain, or dirt off your windshield. you had to get out and clean it by hand or just deal with it. Windshield wipers changed that. they allowed you to instantly clear your windshield from inside your car. B. I don't/can't drive, so... C. Windshield wipers are extremely helpful, especially in winter and spring for snow and rain. They help prevent accidents and keep people safe.
A. before the washing machine, clothes were hand washed in tubs of water with soap. but when the washing machine was invented, things were ten times easier! B. To be honest, I probably couldn't learn to hand wash clothes. but since I don't have to, I can do my own laundry. C. most people own a washing machine, and it only takes a couple hours to wash (and dry) clothes, which is a lot easier than the old methods. the washing machine is always overlooked, but I appreciate it.
A. The model t changed everything for America. Those lucky enough to afford one immediately rushed to get one of these revolutionary contraptions. They allowed for easy transportation (compared to horses). B. I would probably die without a car in Michigan. I get a ride to school in the winter because i'd freeze to death while walking. C. Basically everybody has a car, since it makes life easier. how else would you go grocery shopping for a month's worth of food?
A. This event changed the world after being created in 1927 by Philo Taylor Farnsworth in the USA. anyone who could afford it got one and loved it. B. I couldn't imagine not having a TV. I use it constantly for many different things. C. I don't think anybody could, since it's such a common thing for Americans to have. We use it so much that we don't think of life without it.