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This is what it meant to go to the Library when I was a kid.

This is what it meant to go to the Library when I was a kid.

Libraries had fewer books and it took longer -despite Mr. Dewey's Decimal System- to find and check-out books.

The "old days" library cards When I visited the old Burns School when it was still around.I looked at some of the books I had frequently checked out and lo and behold! My name from the was still on the library card!

Don't FORGET HOW to look things up WITHOUT Google! .... What would you DO if your internet was down?! Buy BOOKS too!

library card catalogue ---almost a relic in today's electronic age I loved the Dewey decimal system and considered becoming a librarian when in the grade!

Flipin’ Cornhole: Tabletop version of the popular yard game.

Flipin' Cornhole

Do you remember the awesome lawn game called Cornhole? If you do, then you'll love the indoors version, Flipin' Corhole!

The fortune-telling game of pre-teen girls in the 80s. Oh, the hours whiled away figuring out just who I’d marry, where we’d live, how many kids we’d have, the kind …

MASH Game (the fortune-telling game of pre-teen girls in the & MASH stands for Mansion - Apartment - Shack - House. This was a daily thing!

No, they won't.  Lol

and I think everyone we knew then had the list of numbers posted on the wall by the phone. We had an extra long cord that we could take around the corner and into a small bathroom to shut the door for more privacy.

yakbak! I would get in trouble with my teachers when I would repeat back their voices! Lmao!

10 Memories From The 90s

yakbak the iphone of the My little sister had this. Most annoying toy ever.

I wish I could watch ZOOM again, and even meet the ZOOMers (especially Caroline)!

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Our 5 hour energy back in the day :)

Old school! Fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles.

A tradition!

I watched "The Price is Right" every time I stayed home sick from school. I LOVED AND ADORED Bob Barker. And Bob made a popular comeback in college when we would all gather in the common area to watch TPIR just before the doors opened for lunch.