Rewind·Posted on Jan 12, 202232 Things Literally Everyone Used To Have In Their Home 30 Years Ago That Basically No One Has AnymoreI doubt anyone has these in their house anymore.by Dave StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. A big giant TV that weighs 300 pounds: reddit.com 2. That you'd have to set to channel 3 to watch movies: Twitter: @OriginInsider 3. A list of phone numbers on a sheet of paper tucked away in some drawer: Twitter 4. A big binder filled to the brim with CDs, or just CDs in general: Facebook: 1498048787157574 5. This exact crockpot: dvo.com 6. One of these right next to your phone: Facebook: TripleMNewy 7. This EXACT alarm clock: reddit.com 8. A kitchen table that looks exactly like this: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 9. This EXACT blanket: pinterest.com 10. This peeler: Facebook: pg 11. This exact masher: Image Source / Getty Images 12. And this type of grill: Facebook: DoYouRememberWhen1 13. One of these in the bathroom: etsy.com 14. One set of these around the holidays: pinterest.com 15. Two sets of keys for one single car: reddit.com 16. A flip phone with buttons and everything: reddit.com 17. A pile of these left out on the floor: me.me 18. These exact computer speakers: amazon.com 19. And, on top of that, a bunch of lyric books: reddit.com 20. A sifter made out of metal: Getty Images antique flour sifter -Photographed on Hasselblad H1-22mb Camera 21. One of these in the bathroom: Facebook: permalink.php 22. One of these: listowelconnection.blogspot.com 23. A bunch of these: picclick.com 24. A bottle of this very, very painful stuff: pinterest.com 25. These coffee making tools: laurelleaffarm.com 26. Countless VHS holders: amazon.com 27. One of these in your freezer: facebook.com 28. And one of these in your kitchen: facebook.com 29. This exact canopener: facebook.com 30. One of these to fix wear and tear: Twitter: @fras99 31. This fool-proof opener: me.me 32. And a whole bunch of silly putty: youtu.be What happened to all that putty?