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1980s Timeline

There's more to the '80s than slouch socks and bad hair. Check out the crazy things that happened back when your 'rents were still cool! Back to Article

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pookiegirl123
pookiegirl123 wrote:
2011-12-18 19:19:12 -0800

boring

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brandonmj
brandonmj wrote:
2011-05-27 09:00:50 -0700

Im trying to figure out why michael jackson isn't in this..

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Bring Back an '80s Trend - Vote!

  • Heat sensitive hypercolor T-shirts.
  • Fluorescent clothes, especially the socks.
  • Acid wash jeans.
  • Shirts tied in a knot above the belly - worn by both guys and girls.

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