If I respond to a joke, with another joke, why would you assume it's anything but a joke?
I came back from my daily walk for coffee and I want to discuss what when wrong in your post.
I stress, I want to consider it as an example, and not to belabour a point I've already made.
You do not take great care to ensure your posts here say precisely what you mean. That's fine; you are busy; it rarely takes much effort to fathom the drift of your posts.
Without identifying the culprit - if you get my drift? - I'd like to explain how this post someone made above suffers from a common technical problem with writing that doesn't exist when the same words are spoken: when writing you must find some way for words and punctuation to do all the work necessary.
You're dating yourself, kiddie. Electric blue was first introduced back in the sixties or early seventies, and hardly 'became' popular in 2014. The fact that anyone remembers it today is a testament to its longevity.
When I first read up the the word 'kiddie', I knew it was a joke OR the first part of a joke. If I'd taken a moment to focus on the word 'kiddie', I expect I'd have noticed it was referring to the quoted, "2014 and that's ancient history in fashion." That works for me as a successful joke!
However, my attention was drawn away from the punchline of the joke, the word 'kiddie', by another sentence following immediately after it. My expectation as a reader was this continuation would expand on or clarify the first part of a still-incomplete joke. By the end of a lengthy explanation of facts I found tedious I had no idea what the previous statement was intended to mean.
I needed something to indicate I should finish processing the current idea before moving on to the next. What happened was that I tried to hold that thought in my memory while assimilating additional information needed to complete the idea. The inevitable result was some degree of confusion.
It would not have taken much to prevent that. Starting what followed on a new line would certainly be enough. Even an exclamation point after 'kiddie' would have alerted me to the fact that word was important.