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buying records, using the oven to heat food because microwaves were not around yet.....seeing latest movies at the Drive Inn (Dusk to Dawn's were great) At my first job they has mobile phones as big as bricks with a black box attached with a cord which was carried around....machines as big as a large photocopiers you had to dial the number and "yell" at the person at the other end to "I want to send a fax" (calling for OZ to Japan was the pits! In Communications class, my friends (all almost 19), and I (just turned 19), where talking about 1980s commercials that we were gonna use on our project.The scary part was, all the commercials aired in 1986, and for some reason, we knew them all.Bitches in love with dominating their partners, ready to trample on their balls and dicks before getting to fuck or suck them.Adult fetish moments, complete femdom and a lot of harsh XXX adult playing with dominant bitches.© Copyright Sociedad Vascongada de Publicaciones, S. Queda prohibida la reproducción, distribución, comunicación pública y utilización, total o parcial, de los contenidos de esta web, en cualquier forma o modalidad, sin previa, expresa y escrita autorización, incluyendo, en particular, su mera reproducción y/o puesta a disposición como resúmenes, reseñas o revistas de prensa con fines comerciales o directa o indirectamente lucrativos, a la que se manifiesta oposición expresa.
Not only were we listening, we were actually singing along!!!!
Kaylin, a former beauty pageant queen, deals with shocking news about her Prof baseball player husband.
Keisha enlists the help of her friend to deal with trust issues with her long-term boyfriend, but things don't go according to plan and hope wears a striped suit Kaylin, a former beauty pageant queen, deals with shocking news about her pro-baseball player husband.
I was watching Daria last night on Mtv, and one of the characters had commented "It's hard to believe someone born in the 80s could have such a 50s opinion." It then dawned on me, there are kids entering college now that were only born in the eighties. 13-15, picked up one of our masks and were commenting on how cool it was and that they thought it looked familiar.
Kids who aren't old enough to remember when records were the majority of albums sold in music stores, kids not old enough to remember the death of disco (ok, so that's a FORTUNATE thing). I said to them "Yeah, its like the mask on the cover of Quiet Riot's Metal Health album. Telling a junior at work I didn't like the new cover version of Bananarama's hit "Cruel Summer," and her saying to me that she didn't know it was a cover!!!