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    Who Remembers...

    A thread to post things you remember from days gone by. I love nostalgia and often take to you tube to reminisce with tv programmes from my youth but also love music from growing up in the 80s and 90s. Post what you want whether its tv adverts, clothes or sweeties its just a bit of fun.

    So who remembers this absolute banger of a tune from Hurricane #1 back in 1997? Its that good Oasis could have done it.

    https://youtu.be/JuFe6DfXrnA
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    Link doesn't work C.
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    Link doesn't work C.
    Fixed.

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    Blankety blank? 😄
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    Nothing better for a 7 year old than to feast on a diet of graphic bloody violence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Nothing better for a 7 year old than to feast on a diet of graphic bloody violence

    https://www.sixtiescity.net/Lifestyle/civilwarcards.htm
    Think i still have some dollar bills that cane with them.....and quite a few cards too.

    Mind you...my tv21 decoder and full set man from UNCLE carda arwmypride and 😁joy
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    Creamola foam anyone?
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    Used to drive ma dug nuts wi that stuff😂
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    Chocolate crisps

    Can't actually remember these, I was trying to find chocolate puff crisps similar to Wotsits from early 80s, might've even been late 70s, I'm sure there were fruit flavours too! 😕

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    Putting a dod of vanilla ice cream in a glass of cream soda
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    Pans people on Top of the Pops :-)

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    Snax “crisps”
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    Dainty Chews
    Champion the Wonder Horse on a Sat morning before Swap Shop
    TV Test card
    Radio football commentary not starting till 3.40pm
    Potted Meat
    Grandstand and World of Sport
    2 weeks in Kinghorn for my summer holiday 😳
    Family used to own a chalet at Sandhills. Loved it growing up.
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, vodka in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming, "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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    Good Twiglets, not the rubbish on sale now!
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    rental tvs with the coin slot.

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    Finding a certain type of magazine discarded in a hedge/on waste ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianmc View Post
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    Finding a certain type of magazine discarded in a hedge/on waste ground.
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    Recycling at its best!

    Quality, found a whole pile of them discarded behind a wall at the local bowling club in my street when I was about 12. Sold them one by one to my mates.
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