Watch This Mom Try To Explain The 80s To Her Kid

Watch This Mom Try To Explain The 1980s To Her Kid

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Of course we had tablets back in the 1980s. Ours were just filled with some kind of magical eraser sand and came with zero Wi-Fi. And yes, we could walk around and listen to music, but only on cassette and one band at a time. Selfies? Sure we had selfies, but you’d have to drive somewhere to drop off your actual film and maybe have it back in a few days — this was after you were blinded by a flash to the face. “Sounds horrible,” you say. Yeah, it was pretty awesome.

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