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1. Saying good bye to your friends and knowing that you probably wouldn’t be talking to any of them until tomorrow, because nobody had cell phones and it was
kind of definitely
great. Other than some light AIM chatting, you were free to spend the evening
2. Racing into your pantry to get first-pick of the delicious snacks waiting for you: Gushers, Fun Dip, Fruit Rollups, Oreos, Danimals, etc. That incredible list would go on and on.
9. Not knowing the answers to some of your homework questions, and actually having to look them up in your textbook, because Google was still a young, naive baby.
13. Giving up on your homework and deciding to play a computer game instead, because they were kind of educational. After all, you learned more from Oregon Trail than you ever did in history. And you also wouldn’t be the intellectual that you are today without Math Blasters, Jump Start Typing, or Storybook Weaver.
16. And when you started to feel pent up and restless, you’d hop on your bike and race over to your neighbor’s house. Because they hadthe greatest, most coveted possession of every prepubescent: a trampoline.