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80s Babies Will Instantly Remember All Of These Things

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Ah, the 80s. A time of neon colors and arguably the best music era ever.

Unfortunately, because of technology, not many things from the 80s have made their way to 2016.

Though these things may be a distant memory by now, every 80s baby will be able to relate.

Enjoy this blast from the past!

1. Buying 'The Baby Sitters Club' books for $5.

2. Trapper Keepers

3. Saving your homework on floppy discs

4. Speak and Spells being the original spell check

5. Listening to your favorite cassette tape on your Walkman

6. The extreme stress of printing on Dot matrix printer paper

7. Jamming out on your pocket rocker

8. Using your quarters to buy new pencils

9. The smell of burning flesh when you went to pick up your seat-belt in the summer

There are more amazing 80s memories on the next page!

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