Welcome to the 80's! It's 80's day!
In the 80's I carried a Disc Camera at all times
that is why my pictures are all blurry.
In the 80's, you didn't get your hair colored at the Salon, you got a bottle of Sun Inthen you regretted it and went to the Salon
In the 80's I shaved both sides of my head thank goodness I have no photo's of it, and was
also able to hide it under the rest of my hair. But my sister totally rocked the Cyndi
Lauper hair style!
In the 80's, it was scary to eat at Taco Bell if I was working there!
Yes, I think the cheese fell out of my mouth and back into that pan.
In the 80's you could wear your underwear over your clothes as long as you had your Swatch Watch on and Add a Bead necklace.
no I didn't really wear the outfit out like that...........that I can remember.
In the 80's it was a male magnet to wear two swatch watches at the same time, a bonus if one had a swatch guardYes, I found a photo with me wearing two, just look closely, but that shirt is hideous and those glasses.
In the 80's, blue eye shadow was in with green mascara
In the 80's I also went thru ALOT of blue eyeliner
ok, so I thought it looked good then
In the 80's I didn't have a Raspberry Beretbut I had a nice Cherry one
In the 80's it was popular to take photo's with your friends in the bathroomwith that handy dandy disc camera
In the 80's it was also popular for your boyfriends parents to take photo's of you doing your hair in the BATHROOM after you went swimmingand were running late to your Taco Bell job
had to get their in time to drool in the cheese bin again.
Yes I will get on with the story now
In the 80's on Christmas night 1986, just hours after this photo was taken
of me rocking my swatch watch shirt and swatch watch, and 80's hair and earrings
Little did I know that I would be arrested. Why you ask? Well I was at my Taco Bell Christmas Party, which was held on Christmas night right up my street at a supervisors home. My sisters boyfriend asked me to drive him home, which was clear across town. I should of said "no" and drove the 2 blocks to my house. But I drove him home..........well okay, I didn't drive him home. I drove him all around town cause I was stupid and he asked me too. He had me drive him to a hotel which he stole the exit sign from, then he had me drive him around to find those big signs on ground that are lit up and have the letter wordings on them. He was stealing the letters off of them. I was the get away driver. We also ran another errand I will get to later. Well on about our 10th sign, he was juggling light bulbs when a police car drove up. The cop made us go all around town putting the letters back on the signs. BUT then the cop found out that one of the hotel exit signs was broken. So he arrested us.
In the 80's, if you were arrested, you got to drive yourself to jail, okay, maybe not for everyone, but he had me drive to the station to be processed. Weird huh. I should of out ran him;)
You also called your mother and told her to bring $100 that you had just gotten for Christmas, to the jail to bond you out.......hanging up on her when she started screaming.
In the 80's it was best to try and stop your mother from calling the newspaper to keep your name out of the paper. Because that would cause them to make a HUGE article with your name in it, when it normally would of been your name in little print under the arrest part of the paper. Not a WHOLE separate piece. Sadly, I didn't keep the paper. I didn't realize it would make for good blogging over 20 years later ;)
In the 80's, it was probably not a good thing to go by your ex boyfriends
HOME, and leave the sign letters that were stolen in his yard spelling out some bad words with his name in the beginning. Because he NEVER would of known it was you, if it wasn't for that HUGE piece in the paper about you being involved with the theft of letters off of signs.
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