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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.

I am a firm believer that real love letters and notes should never be a lost form of expression!  Handwriting and doodling can say so much more than an email or text...

passing notes in class.way before texting. lol this brings back so many fun memories trying not to be caught passing notes and finding new ways to fold them up ;

Uhm.... Ok I'm old.... I remember this.... We played it with floppy discs

My favorite game during school computer lab. I was part of the beginning of the generation in school that was taught how to use a computer, and let me tell you, Oregon Trail was high tech then!

stereo set

LP's and I think we had this exact same stereo/record player in my house when I was growing up. My mom would come home with old (when the jukebox man would change the records at work & give her the old ones) and I'd play them on this.

This old school desk is what I use to sit in all day because in grammar school you didn't change classes all day! I thought I was in jail, ha ha!

School Desk (always liked the built in book storage) Boy I remember these. The best desk for school. I remember pulling out one text book and all of them falling out along with all of the paper you had crammed in there too. Oh the memories!

Oh yes...

The original text message: intricately-folded, hand-written notes. I feel sorry for kids growing up with texting that they may never experience the delicate art of "passing notes" without getting caught.

Remember when...45 rpm would go to a friend's house for a slumber party and play it all night

45 RPM records with a stacker = big time! I've still got a slew of 45 records and a record player to play them on.