We've all had trouble with spam calls, but scammers have mostly gone after relatively rich baby boomers.
China shelves have been a mainstay in many homes, but younger people might like to use them for something else.
The days of cashiers being forced to stand throughout their shifts might be numbered.
In the last few decades, smoking has gone down a lot, and many people who used to smoke don't think it will come back.
Even though silver-plated trays and coffee sets look nice, they need to be polished often, which takes time.
With the rise of streaming services and cell phones, cable TV and landline phones are becoming less important.
Some users say they hope this type of humor, which often involves making fun of problems in relationships, will become less common.
Baby boomers are known for paying close attention to details when decorating and celebrating holidays.
Once a normal thing to do, writing checks is becoming less and less common. Some users complain about how hard it is to do things like pay property taxes with checks.
The days of hands-on personal service reminiscent of the 70s could be numbered.