Friday, October 26, 2007

My Favorite Things About Growing Up in the 80's!



The Breakfast Club. Every teenager on the planet can relate to this movie. "So it's sorta social, demented and sad, but social. Right? " - Bender








Feathered hair. I spent HOURS feathering my hair each day.






Duran Duran. Hungry Like the Wolf!
I liked Nick. Who did you like?










Atari "Adventure". This game rocked on so many levels. I hated the fucking bat.





Sixteen Candles

"What's happening hot stuff?" - Long Duck Dong






The 1982 Jane Fonda Workout. Feel the burn!











MTV and the "Thriller" video. It still rocks. I wanted to be one of the dancing zombies. BAD.












Rollerskating! Skate King Rules!











Ms. Pacman. If I had all those quarters back...














Beastmaster. Yummy. and who didn't love Codo and Podo??








Raiders of the Lost Ark. Best. Movie. Ever.





I remember going to see the midnight showing of this with my mom. AWESOME. Yes, I still say awesome. You have the rest of your life to get over it.











Levi Button-Fly 501's; ripped with bleach spots. Tapered down the leg for maximum sexiness.














AC/DC.

Someday I will be Back in Black.




Tag, you are all it.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome...like totally. I will work on mine tonight.

BOA

Ann(ie) said...

oooooh...fun...I'm gonna play!!

Chris H said...

I was a teenager in the 70's and didn't like the 80's at all! Duran duran... yik yik yik!
I love the Bee Gees, The movie Ghost, and hanging out at the beach. Can't remember much more! I am OLD.

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Big Pissy said...

I grew up in the 70's too.

In the 80's I was busy being a good little Army officer's wife and an even better mommy.

Doesn't mean I didn't watch MTV, though. I remember that video well and I ADORED 'Sixteen Candles'.

'Pretty in Pink' is still one of my favorite movies. ;-)