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15 Things You Only Pretend To Know About If You Didn't Grow Up In The 80s

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It's pretty much a historical and scientific fact that the 80s were the best decade of all time, and there's the movies, music, TV, and pretty much every other kind of media to prove it.

While there's been a pretty big resurgence of 80s stuff over the last few years, we're pretty sure that unless you actually grew up in the decade, these 15 things are gonna be impossible to remember.

The original theme song to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

What the hell a pager even was.

CBC

The feeling of getting the back of your legs scorched by one of these bastards.

Wikimedia

The weirdness you felt about the fact that He-Man and She-Ra were siblings.

Hasbro

Seeing the real Star Wars trilogy come to an end.

Lucasfilm

Being worried about The Noid going after your damn pizza.

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