Internet Finds·Posted on Jan 5, 202350 Things Literally Everyone Used To Have In Their Home 30 Years Ago That I Can Guarantee No One Has AnymoreThere's no way anyone has any of these things in their home anymore.by Dave StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 30 years ago, pretty much everyone had... 1. A big giant TV that weighed 300 pounds: Twitter: @rossmaywriter 2. A room in the house with walls exactly like this: Getty 3. A jar full of candy completely stuck together that no one had any idea how old it was: walmart.com 4. A phone you'd have to come barreling down the stairs to answer in time: reddit.com 5. This type of furniture in a room that probably smelled a bit like cigarette smoke: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 6. One of these chairs that always seemed to get stickier the hotter it got outside: etsy.com 7. A kitchen with this kind of floor: Dwleindecker / Getty Images/iStockphoto 8. A literal book you'd have to bring to the bank with you: Facebook: seniorsavingslist 9. This blender that seemed to last decades: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 10. The greatest toy ever...The Moo Box: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 11. A list of phone numbers on a sheet of paper tucked away in some drawer: Twitter 12. This exact crockpot: dvo.com 13. This alarm clock: Twitter: @SheDatWeDat 14. This exact carpet: Facebook: EastOahuHomeInspections 15. A big ol' ball of needles: Michael Burrell / Getty Images/iStockphoto 16. A big fruit log in your freezer: reddit.com 17. This EXACT blanket: pinterest.com 18. That you'd have to set the TV to channel 3 to watch movies: videokarma.org 19. This exact dresser: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 20. One of these in the bathroom: ebay.com 21. This wooden bowl that was most likely used for a crisp, cool iceberg salad: amazon.com 22. A kitchen table that looks exactly like this: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 23. A container that could only be opened with a knife or a spoon: Twitter: @HeisenbergLab 24. These things that could class up any dish served on a paper plate: etsy.com 25. One of these things that was probably not filled with what it was originally intended to be filled with: reddit.com 26. One of these boxes that held a surprise within: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 27. This dish that was perfect for any food: replacements.com 28. The ultimate piece of toy technology: ebay.com 29. And the other ultimate toy: reddit.com 30. A big binder filled to the brim with CDs, or just CDs in general: Twitter: @SwiftChaser 31. One of these right next to your phone: Getty 32. This peeler: Facebook: pg 33. This exact masher: Image Source / Getty Images 34. And this type of grill: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 35. One of these in the bathroom: etsy.com 36. One set of these around the holidays: pinterest.com 37. Two sets of keys for one single car: reddit.com 38. A pile of these left out on the floor: me.me 39. A sifter made out of metal: Getty Images 40. One of these: Getty 41. A bunch of these lying around the house: Twitter: @TheRetroHunter 42. A bottle of this very, very painful stuff: pinterest.com 43. These coffee-making tools: laurelleaffarm.com 44. Countless VHS holders: amazon.com 45. One of these in your freezer: ebay.com 46. And one of these in your kitchen: Twitter: @AnnaYod89596386 47. This exact can opener: Getty 48. One of these to fix wear and tear: Twitter: @fras99 49. This fool-proof opener: ebay.com 50. And a whole bunch of silly putty: youtu.be What happened to all that putty?