What about those bracelets that were rigid and straight and then you could slap em across your wrist and they would curl around it? Parachute pants. The high fade. Milli Vanilli. Ronald Reagan. Gas under a dollar a gallon. Margaret Thatcher. Japan dominating the global economy. MTV that was actually music television. The Clash. Alf and Mr. Belvedere or possibly a crossover with both. The original Nintendo and Mario 3.
All of those were pretty great or maybe I just listed a bunch of 80s stuff. Not even sure they're all from the eighties because I was very young then and very young kids can't don't remember stuff not good. I do remember learning to ride a bike from my Dad on a small slope in our backyard then struggling with larger curbs. Good times.
I know. Let's invent a time machine. We can travel back to better times. When music sounded good and games were simple but better. Days when you could leave a key in your hall door and not have to worry about anybody braking into your house.
I am sick of being behind people who drive under the speed limit on purpose. Can people not read the signs on the side of the road? 55 miles an hour means 55, not 45, not 50, and not 40. All y'alls need to be pulled over for going too slow!
Here in Ireland some people stick and L plate in their car window and never get a full license. I think there should be a time limit on how long you can have this L plate. Make them take the driving test within a certain amount of time. I would gladly say three strikes and you are out. Some people sit the test twenty or more times before they are passed. Which shows they should not have been on the road most of that time as they hadn't a clue about driving. I think they are passed because the driving schools are fed up looking at them. Should be a limit on how many times you can sit the test before you are told ' give it up, you can't fecken drive '.