21 Totally Normal Things You Did Growing Up That Now Feel Strangely Outdated
Gone are the days of angrily slamming your flip phone shut.
Writing your name on library cards when you were borrowing books.
Looking up your new mate's number in the phone book because you hadn't memorised it yet.
Backing up all your important stuff on floppy disks.
Having to look up something in a physical dictionary or encyclopedia.
Visiting your local camera shop to get your film developed.
Being endlessly confused and scared when you had to operate a fax machine.
Looking up summer jobs in the classified ads of your local newspaper.
Covering your eyes when rewinding VHS tapes so that you wouldn't accidentally spoil the movie.
Yelling at your parents to get off the landline because you were already using it.
Filing all your treasured CDs into a binder to keep them from getting scratched.
Making specially-curated mixed CDs for all your different moods.
Watching crappy daytime TV when you stayed home sick because nothing else was on.
Driving over to the local movie rental store to pick up some DVDs for the weekend.
Buying international calling cards to call friends or relatives that lived overseas.
Calling your parents from one of these pay phones when you needed to be picked up.
Running out of credit and having to dial 1800 REVERSE so you could make a call.
Hearing this delightfully murderous sound every time you connected to the internet.
Listening to your favourite tunes on the go with your Sony Discman.
Racing home from school so you could talk to your friends on MSN Messenger or AOL.
Angrily slamming your flip phone shut when you had a particularly annoying conversation.
And finally, exchanging BBM pins with everyone you knew that had a Blackberry.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF