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  1. I still have a round Honeywell thermostat. Works great. I remember 90% of these things. I was busy having babies in the 80’s, not familiar with that particular band. ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผ
    Seeing many of these things makes me heartsick for wonderful days gone by. ๐Ÿ˜ž

    1. My parents still have that same thermostat in their house dating from the 50s. It outlasted the original furnace.

  2. Bazooka Gum, Heckle + Jeckyl, Band-Aid tins and water guns date back to the ’50’s. Ditto skates adjusted by a key.

  3. This was a really great one !! I had to stop my feedback list,so here goes.Some of these things are Still the best ,if ya can find.I have 4 web lawn chairs.Re-webbed them 10 yrs ago and was suprized to find webbing pretty easy online NOW knowing how to do it …I still have that superpower. I am the HEAT MISER !! Poor mans bread cracked me up.Still prefer it that way . My neighbor and friend(friends Dad) got the first computer in town. An Apple.
    I thought it was just a word processor and it had Paratrooper game on it !! Because of him I was first in a radio station booth @ 9yrs old. Back when everything was Analog still !!
    Lastly I will forever miss the light switch on the floorboard`.

    1. I’m so thankful now to have been able to live back in those wonderful days. The world is a very sad place now.

  4. I was born in 1986 so, yeah, some of these things are familiar to me. I missed out on some good centuries but thankfully, not the 90s ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I still have the Dymo label maker ( with tape )in a file cabinet next to this desk. Still have the oil can spout and poured hundreds of quarts with them at the gas station. Our 65 Dodge Dart has the wind wing and it works. Parents had the curb feelers, we were to cool to use them. The perpetual towel was in our gas station restrooms.

  6. I remember the CPO Jackets of the 1970’s and the bell bottom jeans . Kenner had some building sets and
    Gilbert had the Erector Set both from the 1960’s . My brother and I got chemistry sets for Christmas back
    in the 1960’s .

  7. I live in the UK so most of these never happened to me. But I can tell you that most of us over here drive manual cars, and that it is unusual to see an SUV in the supermarket car park.

    1. Really? Ok, I live in a relatively rural part of Wales, but there are always SUVs in the carparks round here. Certainly at least one in any carpark I go in, because I drive one, but even when I lived in London, there were plenty about.

  8. I as a 17 yr old can confirm that due to this video my joints hurt and i am now 44 yrs old. (I know a lot of the things in the vid cus my parents ket theirs safe so i could experience them)

  9. Took my license test in my momโ€™s five speed Jetta with crank windows haha. The usb drive is a little after my time, we used 3 1/2 inch floppy disc. The bread one got me though!!! So true!!!!

  10. The manual transmission is today still standard here in Europe! Automatic transmission is often a pricey upgrade. If you want a drivers license without limitations you have to do your mandatory check drive with a stick shift. Until lately check drives with automatic transmission were only possible for disabled persons but the rules were soften up a little bit because of the new generation of EVs, hybrids and so on.

  11. I learned to drive on a stick shift. My first car had a shifter on the column; it was a ’63 Plymouth. I’m so old I learned computers on a mainframe. We had to use punched cards to load programs and data into the computer.

  12. The keychain looking thing, is a carburetor float scale, or a letter scale for mailing letters, but most of all AKA a baggie scale for weighing how much weed you have. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฒโ˜ฎ๐Ÿบ

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