Bold the things you've done.
I've been to a drive-in movie theater. I miss those... There's still one in Tempe, on the Reservation, I think (it was there the last time I drove by that way, anyway).
I saw the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. (I have it on tape, but not live - I was born that year)
I voted for (or could have) Ronald Reagan. (I voted for Mondale, of course.)
I was in a Christmas pageant in public school.
I remember what I was doing when John Kennedy died.
I used to watch "Star Trek" during its original run.
I know what 45 and 33-1/3 describes.
I've ridden in cars that didn't have seat belts.
I used to watch "Romper Room".
I belonged to Future Homemakers of America.
I've gone (or could have) to an Elvis Presley concert. Mom told me I was too young to go to his final concert in Tucson. He died two months later. She apologized.
I own/used to own an 8-track player.
I used to wear a hat, doilie, or handkerchief on my head in church.
I've bought a McDonald's cheeseburger for 18 cents.
I would go to sleep while or just after watching Johnny Carson.
I have watched a black and white television.
I have/used to have a leisure suit.
I attended Woodstock.
I've been to a state fair and looked at the animal barns. Heck, we still do that NOW.
I could spin a hula-hoop around my middle.
I've been spanked at school by a teacher/principal.
I've been to a Cher concert.
I watched "The Sonny and Cher Show" during its original run.
I looked forward to hearing Guy Lombardo play "Auld Lang Syne".
I called adults "Sir" or "Ma'am." Around my dad? Hell, yes.
I've had a smallpox vaccination.
I used to watch Dick Clark on American Bandstand.
I've been to a rodeo.
I've competed in a rodeo.
I scheduled my evenings around Dynasty.
I've sold Girl Scout cookies.
I am/was in a fraternity/sorority.
I've eaten breakfast at a Sambo's Restaurant.
I had a poster of Farrah Fawcett on my wall/door.
I had a crush on Ricky Nelson.
I watched Neil Armstrong walk on the moon. I remember only being incredibly bored. I was four.
I had an aluminum Christmas tree and a color-wheel lamp.
I have/had a fondue pot and use/used it.
I've used a rotary phone. We still have one, although we finally disconnected it last year.
I remember when African-Americans were called "colored people" in polite company.
I've been to West Berlin before German reunification.
I had a paper credit card.
I played with a Water Wiggle.
I danced all night to Donna Summer and Whitney Houston.
I've driven/ridden in a Pacer.
I've stayed up all night playing Risk.
I saw the original Star Wars movie in a theater. And I mean in 1977, not just all the times Dan Harkins shows it here in Phoenix at the Cine Capri.
I've taken group showers with members of my junior/senior high school class.
I remember when HIV was called HTLV-IV.
I watched "The Simpsons" when it was a short on "The Tracy Ullman Show".
I had to install MS-DOS on my computer before I installed Windows.
I have/had a Sony Walkman.
I modeled my hair and clothes on people in Beverly Hills 90210.
I've played Pac-Man.
I (used to) put on a suit and tie/dress to go shop at the downtown department store.
I saw Top Gun in the theater more than six times. (I still haven't seen it.)
I've read Rushdie's The Satanic Verses. Actually, I only TRIED to read it. It was DEEPLY boring.
I've used a Jane Fonda workout video.
I remember when Michael Jackson was black.
I know who shot J.R. But I can't remember off the top of my head.
I owned a pet rock.
I have/had a Betamax VCR.
I had "all the way" sex before I was married and had to keep it secret.
I burned a bra and/or draft card.
I've ridden in a double-decker bus.
I've ridden in the back window of my parents' car. Back WINDOW??? Back seat, certainly.
I've edged the grass in a yard with hand clippers.
I had a television aerial outside my house. Still do, although it's not hooked up to anything.
Watched "Captain Kangaroo"
Watched the "Howdy Doody Show"
Remember "Rin Tin Tin"
Watched "Sky King"
Wanted to be Penny
Wanted/had rainbow colored suspenders because of "Mork and Mindy"
Had/wanted a pair of L.A. Gear High Tops
Rode in the back of the station wagon on a family trip. Not a FAMILY trip, we never owned a station wagon, but on many other trips.
I love having experience in something...
Today found out that one of my co-workers is retiring in September, and another is moving to Alabama because his wife was promoted. ARGH. More training. I haven't finished training the last batch. And I am a TERRIBLE trainer - I have no patience. I just know the job better than most, so they come to me... I must breathe...
Suddenly I'm starving.