The scary part was, all the commercials aired in 1986, and for some reason, we knew them all.I mentioned the commercials to someone else in high school last year, and she had absolutely no idea what I was talking about, and she's the same age as me. At my brother's best friend's graduation party, which was 4 days before our high school graduation, one of my brother's friends bought over the old Nintendo console, and a few games, Contra and Super Mario 1, 2, and 3.The guy put his little scanning gizmo down on the counter hard, looked up to the ceiling and rolled his eyes, then continued to scan with a laugh and said, "Uhhhh, well Superman is a bit before my time, it was some kind of '80s thing.The only Superman I know is that Lois & Clark series.
The son was amazed to learn that people didn't always have car phones, and that they used to have cords. I was network administrator at a university, and asked out one of the girls at the college to a Chicago concert. I feel old when I talk to the 20 somethings at work about......
If they only knew that I still have my Rainbow Bright dolls, Alf dolls, and popples sitting on my self in my room still.
I was watching a "Sesame Street" video with the little kids I took care of at the day care center I worked at during the summer.
Born in 1982, I grew up on "Sesame Street." My little guys, as young as 3, where watching and knew all of the characters, whn all of a sudden, the Count came on the screen.
Me and the girl I was working with were like "Oh look! " A four year old girl turned around to us and said, "Who's that? I found out that the Count was only recently bought back, but the tape was from '86, so the kids naturally wouldnt know who that was since the tape was made at least ten years before these guys where born!