what everyone should live by

Talking into a fan. Yes, I remember this! And I'd do it again.

so true

This minty vin­tage spec­i­men was dis­cov­ered and pho­tographed by Bravo Six Niner Delta in March 2011. The stamps are from the late 1960s and were found in in Englewood, Tennessee — great find.

This is so true, especially of those arrogant people who have no regard for your feelings and don't care what they say or who they hurt. I'm so glad I am not one of them....

I can't even begin to imagine how many of these I made when I was in school LOL This was our way of text messaging

most definitely.

Rotary Dial Telephone. I still remember our first phone number: 47391. That was the whole thing!

yes

Rolling Down the Car Window

Deserve so much better #quotes

Remember when the teacher walked in with this? haha 80's 90's kid

Oh how true this is. I believe in pursuing a woman, but only to a point. My time is valuable and will not be wasted.

Ssh! I am recording Countdown on the TV! I don't want you talking over my tape!

I`ve made mistakes in my life. I`ve let people take advantage of me and I`ve accepted way less than I deserve. But, I`ve learned from my bad choices and even though there are some things I can never get back and people who will never be sorry, I know better next time and I won`t settle for anything less than I deserve.

Paper Fortune Tellers Our fortunes were things like "you're stupid" or "you suck" and "You're cool." Yup.... we were pretty nifty kids @Kathleen Publicover

...and don't we all deserve to know where we stand?

The Flintstones. Watched it while eating dinner with my little brothers in the 60s.

When your absence doesn't alter someone's life, then accept the reality that your presence has no meaning in their life

dying art....shorthand---my mother was a secretary and used this daily, I could never learn it

so true