Obsolete Things To Show Just How Much The World Has Changed

Things To Show How Much The World Has Changed

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Things To Show How Much The World Has Changed

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  1. SIEMPRE NÚME AN 1. 😍 XX18LIKE.Uno necesita a alguien como tú para actuar en los mejores espectáculos.Son unos de los immere mejores .23:23 Ellos dos y las de Jason statam son los mejor . Saludosss

  2. Forget creepy ‘Sham-wow’ guy…how about the OG Ron Popeil and his ‘Pocket Fisherman’ or the ‘Spray on Hair’?!?
    Also, cant forget Columbia Records ’12 for a penny’ deal. I’m pretty sure I still owe them money…😉

    1. I owe them several hundred dollars most likely. Got that offer constantly and they couldn’t seem to remember that I didn’t pay for the previous order or fulfill the “commitment”

  3. Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo. 4 sentadillas son unos KIYOHARAA.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio. Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world 🌹😉💖 los mortalesi abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer.k

  4. When I was in college in 1984, we had a cigarette vending machine in my dorm lobby. They cost $1.00 ! It was easy to round up 4 quarters to buy a pack. 😳

  5. They’re posting photos of Rugrats watches and completely skipped over Swatches. Lifesaver Holes?
    What about Now & Laters? Those things were like currency at my school.
    Tonka trucks that were about 8-1/2 pounds of solid steel with sharp edges.. I won several fights with kids in my neighborhood by bashing them with a Tonka truck.
    Let’s not forget the collections of tumblers you could get from different fast food restaurants and grocery stores. They had the Jetsons, Garfield, The Flintstones, McDonald’s had many different series of glasses and mugs you could collect… They even had a collection of plastic plates with all of the McDonald’s characters on them. They weren’t microwave safe. When you put them in a microwave, the plastic would bubble, burn and flake off. We just kept on using them. If any place made those now, there’d be a class action lawsuit.. lol

    Ringtone ads? How about TV and radio ads for long distance telephone calls and calling cards? A calling card was like the gift cards you buy now… except it was only for long-distance calls. You dialed a loooong string of numbers that were printed on the back of the card – before you could even dial the number you were calling. When the value of the card was used up, you tossed it and bought another. It sounds ridiculous, but those calling cards were much cheaper than AT&T, Bell Telephone and other telephone service companies, back then.

    Yeah, I know…. I’m old.

    1. I’m 37 and I remember meeting someone online when I was a teenager and he was stationed in Turkey, calling cards were definitely a huge part of my life then lol. Now n laters are still pretty popular, at least here in Michigan , they’re at all the damn party stores and gas stations.

  6. I met my husband in an AOL chat room and we will be celebrating our 19 year wedding anniversary in October this year! Lol

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