A soda selection from 1980. Notice that all bottles are glass. : OldSchoolCool

A soda selection from Notice that all bottles are glass. And sugar free didn't mean artificially sweet. It meant not sweet at all.

Remember when

Remember these? They were like twinkies, as in all artificial and would be the only thing left after a nuclear war besides cockroaches and twinkies.

Hmmmm...this is a late pic. Post K-Mart remodels in the mid-eighties, can tell by the logo on the wall and the overall "updated" look. Would love to find an older photo.

Anyone else remember when Kmart had the cafeteria you could go eat at? I remember eating there with my Aunt Kriss who worked @ Mqt Kmart!

Grocery Store in 1966, with no scanners and non-computerized cash registers. Description from uk.pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Grocery Shopping in the remember when people smoked in the stores and they just threw their cigarette butts on the floor. The stores I shopped in had ash trays at the ends of the isles.

Evolution of popular soda brands.

Funny pictures about Soda Can Design Evolution. Oh, and cool pics about Soda Can Design Evolution. Also, Soda Can Design Evolution photos.

I forgot about these!!!

I forgot about these! It's gross to think about it now, but was so "the normal" back when I was growing up!

Born in 1974, raised in the 80's

1979 to be exact, which is why that smashing pumpkins song is 1 of my fav. "Soma" used 2 put me 2 sleep every night of my 15 yr suicidal life back in the day. But yeah, the childhood rocked though


Kmart stores of the We loved Kmart back then. The one we went to had a restaurant in the back that my mom, grandma, and I would eat in while we were there! Not a Subway, an actual sit-down restaurant!

Old school grocery store checkout. Notice all the different sizes of paper bags! There was usually a bag boy to "bag" them up and the cashier would unload your cart as she rang up your groceries.alot of the prices memorized.

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Hey kids you wanna see some sweet pics?

Not only was it above the blackboard, but we spent time making a single letter on every line of our paper until it was perfect, and then we practiced more - it was called our "Penmanship" time.

Cursive writing guides above the chalkboard and pull-down maps in schools. I have the map now I just need the cursive guide!


Slang Poster Charley Chartwell has released a rad poster featuring popular slang terms from the

My daughter doesn't know what this is....am I getting old?

the waterbed :) I had one of these almost my whole childhood, a queen size at the age of Lol! I didn't want bunk beds or a canopy, I wanted a water bed!