~Your Teenage Years Ages 14-18~

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    What did you do for fun back in the "day" when you were a teen, ages 14,15, 16, 17 and 18.


    Were you a teen before CD's? Computers? Video Games? Cell Phones?




    What kind of things did you do back in your teen years?
     
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    I'm still in my teen years, so those days seem like ancient history to me :lol:. Idk what I'd do without my: Droid, iTouch, Laptop, XM radio, portable DVD player.. Hmm, what else is there?.. Oh yeah, video games! :D. I'd be lost.. o_O.
     
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    This:

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    For the most part I walked around with a book in front of my junk.

    The rest of the time I dominated Asteroids and owned Pacman.

    got into a lot of fights. we moved often and my last name can and was twisted into: "Say that again and I'm kicking your ass" word.

    The only "odd" thing would be I didn't get my license until I was 18. I loved riding my bike so much I never bothered.
     
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    So you liked Phalac symbols. :eusa_eh:

    batteries? Or did you have to plug them in? :eusa_angel:
     
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    I plugged it into this:

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    I also spent a lot of time with this:

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    Looks like a giant vibration controller.

    just saying :eusa_whistle:
     
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    :eek:

    :rofl:

    You do understand that that did not help, right? :lol:
     
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    Rock and roll, sex, drugs.

    Youth today is wasted on iphones, video games and the computer.

    So glad I was a teen when I was! :lol:
     

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