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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Adamant, May 8, 2015.
Hmm I can't remember the name of the song but there was a good 80s song with a real shitty video. It was pretty much the band playing in a back yard. Anyone remember it?
While this game was actually created in the 1970's, I wasn't introduced to it until the 1980's. Does anyone remember "Rebound?" Lots of fun as a kid.
The boobs on the beastmaster poster are epic
I am trying to get 80s babes into prime tournaments in the Pictures & Multimedia forum.
Private School rivals Phoebe Cates and Betsy Russell are in the tournament but they are about to get mercd by Natalia Velez and Holly Peers. At least Holly Peers is natural although Betsy was leading all week and is now behind a few votes. Velez is fake front and back but still beating all natural Phoebe by a dozen votes. The butt is defined by muscle so Phoebe is losing to the ass version of this:
I would like to see other 80s babes like Apollonia or Paulina Porizkova in future polls, but it will be an uphill battle if 80s babes aren't winning.
The poll ends in just hours today (March 9th).
If you are interested in supporting Phoebe or Betsy, the polls are here:
Anyone remember the game Sneaky Pete? It was a simple game of bluffing. Use to torment my cousin with it.
That was great. I remember white pages well too. lol
Time is a cruel mistress.....
Gertz, Russell, and Cates can still get it.
To be fair to Markie Post she’s quite a bit older than those other broads. But man, Betsy Russell is still smoking.
And it's rival Photon...
My kids spend a shit ton more money than we did. It’s 30 bucks every time they go out. Sky zone, air softing, ice skating, movies, are all not cheap.
We had a Pathmark shopping center that had a mini mall. The mall had pizza, an Orange Julius, a video arcade and a record store. You could do it all, including a new cassette or record for 12-15 bucks. 2 slices and a soda was 2 bucks. A cassette was 6.99. And the arcade was 25. A game. I remember meetin a girl and playing pole position. We then got pizza. And went to the record store. I remember buying old Aerosmith cassettes in the discount bin for 1.00. To make out you would go to the back of the arcade that had the older games. I remember she was a head banger chick and wore a WASP T shirt lol. The smell of hairspray was strong. Great times.
I' be been watching alot of music videos from the eighties on YouTube for the past few days. Call me all by Paul Simon , new sensation by inxs, and five young cannibals.I wish I could have grown up in the eighties. It seemed like a great time to be alive.
Yeah, times have changed. I like to return to my home town every now again for the nostalgia trip, but virtually everything is different (which is kind of depressing). Very few of the businesses that were there when I was growing up are still there. When I was growing up, there was a movie theater, a record store, toy and hobby stores, etc. It was a great place growing up. Now the movie theater is replaced by a grocery store, the record store has been replaced by a nail spa, and the toy stores have been replaced by some other piss ant businesses. Kids growing up there now don't really have shit to do except get into trouble.
It was a fantastic decade. I enjoyed the 90's a little more though probably because of my age. 90's were great too.