We crowdsourced our groovy (?) YMC bloggers and personnel to reminisce about their childhoods and tell us:
You Know You might be A Child Of The ’70s If…
You bear in mind when Meatloaf was a lot more than a bad excuse for a supper.
You bear in mind polyester pant suits and you continue to think Danny and Sandy were the hottest on-monitor pair, at any time.
You have fond memories of sleeping under the stars.
You experienced a temper ring and a pet rock.
You essentially made use of an Simple Bake Ovens.
You willingly ate pop rocks.
You purchased sea monkeys from the back again of a comedian book.
You bear in mind possessing a “cable box” rather of a remote to modify channels and it was connected to your Television set with a cable that stretched throughout the home.
Your file player that played vinyl documents was housed within the best of your Television set.
You wore a Peter Pan collar. Bonus factors if it was inexperienced and brown print!
You realized to sort on a typewriter, not a keyboard.
Your favourite things involved your Muppet lunch box, your Hollie Hobbie purse, and klick klacks.
You can bear in mind when seat belts were optional.
You rode a yellow banana bicycle.
You know who shot J.R.
You could not wait around for Saturday evening so you could check out The Appreciate Boat (Gopher….swoon) and Fantasy Island back again-to-back again.
Your best Xmas current at any time was SIMON.
Your bedroom wall décor featured a poster of Sean Cassidy putting on a shiny satin jacket and a person of a kitten hanging off a tree department with the words “Hang In There, Newborn.”
You after wrote a letter to Eric Estrada.
You made use of a rotary mobile phone.
You experienced a Big Wheel.
You experienced a Dorothy Hamill haircut.
Your house vegetation were in plant holders that you macraméd.
Your bell-bottomed denims and gouchos were amazing and knickers were pants that came to just under your knees, not underwear. And they were maybe purple corduroy.
You were a minor bit country…or a minor bit rock and roll.
You bear in mind watching Star Wars from the bunk in your parents’ Winnebago at the push-in motion picture theatre.
You experienced a bowl slice and were dressed in unisex dresses.
You played outside until dark—usually on roller skates—without a care in the planet. Or a helmet. You were a “free of charge-vary” child ahead of it became stylish.
Are you a kid of the ’70s? Share your memories with us!
Or are you are kid of the ’80s?
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