Signs that you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s! Step aside, ’90s kids. Just step aside.
5 I was in school where the rooms were divided by a freaking rolling wall. The walls were like carpeted or something and it was the same carpet on the floor. It was really weird. Man I sucked at school. I failed everything because all I did was daydream. I couldn’t tell you about what I was a depressed kid. We stopped classes to watch the launching, then boom. It never really sunk in what the hell happened, but I must’ve known it’s significance cuz I can still remember that day as clear as 9/11.
Too poor for 15
16 Except I wasn’t traumatized, and The Dark Crystal was awesome D:
23. EVERYWHERE, except I never did it. I was such the rebel.
25 is a no.
27 I hated that game so much. I played it on the computer in school and I couldn’t get pass like the first level or something lame.
37!!!!! My brother still has that baby. It’s so beautiful.
40 I never understood the significance til I was a lot older.
41 Never was a breakfast person. My mom used to get so mad at me for taking like 20 minutes to eat 1 toast. Then we were poor too so sometimes when we had cereal, we wouldn’t have milk. My mom made us eat cereal with water or hot water. Most disgusting thing, ever, I tell you.
43 I got a “Hang in there!” poster with a kitty dangling off a branch. My teacher gave it to me because she felt bad for me cuz I never got anything.
44 Except no we had a good librarian
46 I don’t know. Never really liked them. I did lick em, just to see, you know >.> if they tasted like they smelled. They didn’t.
47 Frustration? I thought it was as fun as popping bubble wrap.
48 TRAPPERKEEPERRR. They’re pretty much gone forever. And thank God. Those things were freaking heavy. I was a wimpy kid. And adult.
My personal addition. The mimeograph. My teacher would sometimes ask me to help her print activities for class and I loved to smell the ink.