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Forget gun control! This is for the '80s kids. (Read 186 times)

    And maybe the parents that had to buy these.

     

    What awesome memories!

    There was a point in my life when I ran. Now, I just run.

     

    Well, fuckers

    He still stands

     

    The Diary of a Once-ran.

      can't remember the 80's.


      just a simple cat

        can't remember the 80's.

         

        ((Oldman))  not the 1880s, the disco 80s!

         

        Running is stupid

          I need to have a talk with my mother. I remember mainly gettng Shredded Wheat w/ honey for breakfast. My mornings were never that magical.


          No Talent Drips

            "Breakfast with Barbie", eh? Wink wink. Nudge nudge.

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            Feeling the growl again

              And maybe the parents that had to buy these.

               

              What awesome memories!

               

              I don't remember those (perhaps because we didn't get the fancy schmancy cereal), but I do remember playing the game on Atari...in black-and-white.

              "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

               


              A Saucy Wench

                I guess this makes me a child of the '70's officially  I remember none of those

                I have become Death, the destroyer of electronic gadgets

                 

                "When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7


                sugnim

                  I loved Smurf Cereal.  I can't believe I lived off of that sort of crap.


                  Prince of Fatness

                    I guess this makes me a child of the '70's officially  I remember none of those

                     

                    +1.  This is after my time and prior to my kids' time.  I vaguely remember seeing a couple of those on the shelves in grocery stores but that's about it.

                    Semi-retired.

                      I pitty the fool who never had no Mr. T cereal.

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                        These don't ring my bell either but I do remember when we were kids and would get  toys from inside the box of cereal. This would drive my Mom nuts cause we didn't eat the cereal, we just wanted the toys.

                         

                         

                         


                        Needs more cowbell!

                          I have fuzzy memories of some of those...but I don't remember the Swedish Chef one at all...if we'd have seen that one I'm certain we'd have bought it.

                           

                          And it's a damned good thing that Boo Berry is only available seasonally, nowadays...I would eat that daily if I could. Blush

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                            These don't ring my bell either but I do remember when we were kids and would get  toys from inside the box of cereal. This would drive my Mom nuts cause we didn't eat the cereal, we just wanted the toys.

                             

                            Same here.  Though, i think the hay-day of cereals was over when they stopped giving out free stuff with N-number of Proofs of Purchase cut-outs.  Instead they went to: N-Proofs of Purchase and $7.95 gets you some piece of crap.

                             

                            The whole thrill as a kid was the economic side of getting your mom to buy stuff for the PoP cut-outs, so you could "buy" stuff without actually having any money of your own.  Don't know how many boxes we'd have around the house with squares cut out of the bottom.

                             

                            Cap'n Crunch is still a favorite: though it really wrecks the roof of your mouth.

                            2014 Goals:  sub-3 Marathon 

                            Current Status 11/10: Back to building up miles.  Junk feels mostly okay.  Kinda.

                               

                              ((Oldman))  not the 1880s, the disco 80s!

                               

                              You mean the disco 70's?!

                              I only remember some of those cereals cuz my kids ate the stuff.  I'll have to apologize to them for that.

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