Throw Back Thursday: What do you miss about the 1980s and 1990s?

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What was your favourite thing FROM the 1980’s or 1990’s, that is no longer in the market…and you would want it back?

Those who grew up in South Africa – during the 80s and 90s – will enjoy the following:

The radio tape

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The walkman

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walkman/quora.com

 

Video recorder

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Video recorder/mothership.sg

The Floppy Disk

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Who remembers this old picture on your Television set?

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This is how many classrooms looked like.

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South African Money Sheets

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...and coins

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Those with a sweet tooth used to enjoy the Dirkie.

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This also kept us entertained.

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Trolls cartoons

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These cartoons kept us glued in front of the TV screen.

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Liewe Heksie

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Chip ‘n Dale

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How we used to love Noddy and his yellow car.

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Every girl rocked the banana clip.

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Compiled By: REFILWE GAESWE