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ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®©

That sure does look like the early 80s.

I know, I was there!
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blue girl

Were you scrawny, thunder?

blue girl

Skimmer said the same thing as you, "That definitely looked just like 1982."

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®©

It took me a number of years after collage to break the 150 lb barrier, if I recall correctly.
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Dr X

When men's shorts were short.

zombie rotten mcdonald

Ahh, the golden age of an 18 year old drinking age.

Was unable to spy a proto-Blue Girl.

blue girl

Dr. X, they really were. Jennifer and I were just talking about that the other day.

blue girl

Was unable to spy a proto-Blue Girl.

I'm in there, waving at you all from 1982!

Larry Jones

I thought I was having fun in high school, but now I'm not so sure.

And let me guess: You're not going to tell us where you appear in the video.

blue girl

And let me guess: You're not going to tell us where you appear in the video.

I'll give you a hint: I'm wearing shorts. And NOT drinking beer. (Pshaw to the heathens!)

blue girl

I thought I was having fun in high school, but now I'm not so sure.

What, you never poured your Genesee Cream Ale on a girl thinking you were really cool and funny? lol

blue girl

I just thought. This was a year and a half or so into Reagan's first term. Nancy would have been APPALLED.

We were all: Just Say Yes!

zombie rotten mcdonald

There certainly was plenty of Dorothy Hamill hair. And not just on the girls.

blue girl

I think I might've had a slight mullet.

SLIGHT!

Larry Jones

Beege - Looking for shorts, shag* and no beer.

I think my generation was more serious than yours. I lived in seven "immediate death" areas (in a nuclear attack), so I was kind of worried, even in high school. And I guess I overthought things, because I KNEW if I poured beer on a girl, she would know it was only because I wanted to get into her pants. For some reason, that stopped me. Much later, of course, I discovered it would work every time.

*shag: This is what we called that haircut. In my day, only girls had them. Mullets on boys came later.

Kathleen

I love it!!

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