The Polaroid instant camera was first launched in the but became popular during the and I always remember the excitement of taking my first polaroid picture and watching it develop before my eyes!
Fold over jeans--what a horrible look! fold over, light acid wash and pleats! NOBODY looked good in these!
1980 Hairstyles for Women
Madonna by Herb Ritts, “Desperately Seeking Susan”
Barbie shoes broke easily but you could always get them spares.
Merlin game with sounds and red lights. I remember playing this thing a lot in the Such high tech! - I actually still have this game
My nan had one of these cameras she always kept the flash cubes in her desk drawer .Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. Cutting edge for its time.
Nothing made you happier than seeing this when walking into a classroom as a kid. And now as a teacher nothing makes me happier than seeing this in my classroom still!
and I think everyone we knew then had the list of numbers posted on the wall by the phone. We had an extra long cord that we could take around the corner and into a small bathroom to shut the door for more privacy.
My favorite game during school computer lab. I was part of the beginning of the generation in school that was taught how to use a computer, and let me tell you, Oregon Trail was high tech then!
Waterful Ring Toss Water Game - toy from the (Bing Images). I used to play with this for hours (well, not hours) during long car rides and rainy days at camp when I was couped up inside.