Nostalgia, Or I'm old. Good Memories Most Of Us Will Share.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS?
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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE THIS ?
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WHAT’S THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THESE TWO OBJECTS?
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DID YOU EVER RIDE ONE OF THESE???
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DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THESE?
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DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS?
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HAVE YOU EVER SHOPPED AT THIS STORE?
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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY WITH THESE?
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DO YOU KNOW THEIR NAMES?
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HAVE YOU EVER HAD A GLASS OF THIS?
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DID YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAVE ONE OF THESE?
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DID YOU, OR ANYONE YOU KNOW, EVER TAKE THIS CLASS IN SCHOOL?
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DO YOU KNOW WHAT’S HANGING FROM THE CHAIN OR RUNNING UP THE POLE?
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HAVE YOU EVER SEEN OR USED ONE OF THESE?
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DO YOU KNOW WHAT THESE ARE?
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HAVE YOU EVER USED THIS?
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HAVE YOU EVER PLAYED THIS?
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WAS THERE EVER A TIME IN YOUR LIFE THAT THIS WAS THE ONLY OPTION TO DRY YOUR CLOTHES?
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WHAT’S THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THESE  TWO OBJECTS?
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IS THIS A FAMILIAR SCENE?
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DOES THIS BRING BACK GOOD MEMORIES?
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DID HE EVER COME TO YOUR HOUSE?
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DID YOU EVER HAVE TO SAY “HELLO” BEFORE YOU KNEW WHO WAS CALLING?
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DID YOU EVER LAUGH OUT LOUD WATCHING THIS?
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Did You Know…

Those who were born in the 50’s 60’s ,70’s and early 80’s are the last generation who played in the street. During our childhood we “walked” over a mile a day when we played & played “hide & seek” outside at night with no worries or fear of anything bad happening to us.
We are the first generation who played video games and the last to record songs off the radio onto a cassette tape. We learned how to program a VCR before anyone else, we were the first to play from Atari to Nintendo…We are the generation of Tom & Jerry, Looney Toons, & Captain Kangaroo. We traveled in cars without seat belts or air baairbagsd without cell phones and caller ID. We did not have fax machines, flat screens, surround sound, Ipods, Facebook, Twitter, computers or the internet, and through it all we had a great time.
~Steve~                                                        H/T    hujonwi      

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rmnixondeceased
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Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

fuzzysdad01
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Reblogged this on Give Me Liberty.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

That was fabulous! What a delightful stroll down memory lane.

Mark Tipton
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Sock it to me baby!

surfercajun
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surfercajun

I do know what most of these are. I was born in the late 60’s and yes, my mom DID have one of those!! In fact, I saw something not long ago about them coming back so you don’t have to stand there to *dry* your hair… LOL my first drive in my parents took us with them. I guess they did not want to leave us with a babysitter?? They watched JAWS! We were to sleep while they watched the movie. I think my dad ended up leaving the drive in upset. LOL We were young, I was not… Read more »

tina
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I miss these days!! LOL!!

TrailDust
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TrailDust

How fun, Steve! Hitting on all points here. I was born in the early ’50s, and remember all these things. What a shock to realize they now exist mostly in our memories. This is the reason Disney’s “Toy Story” is so loved. And why I never fail to go at least one round on “A Christmas Story” with Ralphie and the gang. 😀

Anonymous
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Anonymous

🙂

DCG
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Woolworths – they had the photo booth where you could get 4 snapshots for 50 cents. Good times…

Dave McMullen
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Dave McMullen

answered yes to almost all of them

Dr. Eowyn
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I got 13 of the above. Drive-in movies! Talk about nostalgia.
But what’s the connection between the casette tape and the ballpoint pen???

DCG
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If the tape gets messed up, you stick the tip of the pen in one of the holes to wind it/fix the tape.

TrailDust
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TrailDust

You beat me to it, DCG! That one was great! It tapped right into having to deal with stuck tapes sometime in the stone age. 😀

Dave
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Dave

LOL – I really hate to admit it, but I am guilty of all of the above.
Ahh, the memories.
Steve – the only thing missing is 8-track tapes.
-Dave

TrailDust
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TrailDust

8-track tapes!!! The first time I heard Led Zeppelin was on 8-track!

CalGirl
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CalGirl

Oh man! I forgot about “caps.” You didn’t even need a cap gun..you could lay the caps on the sidewalk & explode them by hitting them with a rock 🙂 This also made me remember my old metal sidewalk roller skates, the ones you needed a skate key for (wore mine on a yarn string around my neck all summer). They clamped onto your shoes…..And how many people used a clothespin to fix baseball cards onto the frame of their bike so that it hit the wheel spokes and make that big “clack clack” rapidlly enough to make you feel… Read more »

John
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You forgot us born in the 40s. I do remember all of them. Good times.

pnordman
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Dang – didn’t realize how old I am until I saw this. Thanks oooooodles for a trip down memory lane – great!

mike diamond
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thanks,for the trip down memory lane,from the 50s kidd