How Do You Define The 80s Based On Your Answers To These 10 Questions?
Everyone likely perceived the 80's differently. For some, it was a technological revolution with the adaptation of computers, while it was a musical revolution for others with MTV introducing music videos. What was the 80s about for you?
Which gaming system did you have in your household first?
What color would you dye your hair?
Dark, dark brown
Bright red (but still a bit natural)
Any color of the rainbow!
How many different T-Shirt clips did you own?
10 or more..
1 - 9
What is a T-shirt clip?
How many pillow people did you own?
At least 3
1 or 2
Which Bon Jovi song really speaks to you?
Wanted: Dead or Alive
Livin' On A Prayer
You Give Love A Bad Name
What did you hate about Jellies?
Painful to walk in all day
Which of the following could you do with a Mogwai without worrying about it multiplying and its spawn becoming Gremlins?
Feed it after Midnight
Get it Wet
Sing with it
Which of the following toys from the 80s do you believe was a spawn of satan:
Donkey Kong was a popular aracade game featuring which popular game character today?
Fill in the blank: Nobody puts _________ in a corner.
You saw the technology started to truly soar in the 80s. Between word processors becoming more and more advanced, to video game systems flooding the market, you know that the 80s was all about that tech!
Computers - The Way Of The Future!
You were around to see music videos start making their debuts on MTV - back when MTV actually played music and music videos around the clock. You were jamming out while the TV blared your favorite tunes, rather than the radio!
Music - Rock Videos!
You recognized that there were styles back in the 80s that were going to stick for a while. Well - seeing that RayBans, Aviators, and Acid-Washed (and other wearing methods) have stuck around through the last 25+ years, you were right!
Fashion - All. The. Way.
Yes, you likely remember that big, big, permed hair was the way to go in 80s. But don't forget mohawks and brightly colored hair that made its debut in the 80s thanks to the rebelious punk movement. Both of which have inspired the common faux hawk and rainbow hair that is everso popular today!
It Was All About The Hair!
Ronald Reagan, an actor, was elected to be President of the United States. He stopped the spread of communism and started the war on drugs. This was the most memorable part of the 80s for you!