Do you remember ordering records & tapes from Columbia House?
Who can forget pre-internet life when getting your music through the mail was awesome and never paying the bill was a thing.
If you can remember doing this, then you’re definately a card carrying member of Generation X. You are also the last generation to grow up before the internet.
Here are some memories from the 80s that will make you want to go back in time.
Sleeping on a waterbed.
For those of us lucky enough to have scored on a waterbed, it was an amazing experience!
Using a fax machine.
This pre-historic device was used to send letters via the phone line. It would take several minutes just to send one page.
As seen on MTV, the ladies tried to emulate the sexy videos of the day.
It seemed that everyone was trying to compete to be the Hottest Woman Of The 80’s.
It was an incredible time for fashion. Men looked like women, and women looked like the hottest babes of heavy metal.
For those of us of who grew up in the 80s, retail stores like Blockbuster Video was a staple of our childhood.
Going to the Mall.
Do you remember hanging out at the mall during the 80s? It was a hub for pop culture, big hair, bleached jeans, and mullets.
Going to the Arcade.
Decades ago, kids were filling the arcades to play their favorite video games at the local video game arcade. The golden age of video game arcades began in the late 1970s and ended in the mid-1980s.
Riding your BMX bike.
Do you remember the cool BMX bikes from the 80’s? Well, you can still get one from eBay and specialty stores. Plenty of old school bikes still ride like a dream. All they need is some quick restoration work. These two-wheeled vehicles are totally badass!
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