1.Inserting a VHS tape into a VCR to watch a movie or to record something. 9. Vinyl records. 13. Scanning the radio dial and hearing static between stations. 46.Carrying on a correspondence with real letters, especially the handwritten kind. 53. Waiting several minutes (or even hours!) to download something. 58. Putting film in your camera 73. Actually going down to a Blockbuster store to rent a movie. 74. Toys actually being suitable for the under-3s. 75. LEGO just being square blocks of various sizes, with the odd wheel, window or door. 78. Neat handwriting. 87. Swimming pools with diving boards. 88. Hershey bars in silver wrappers. 94. Roller skates, as opposed to blades. 95. Cash. 96. Libraries as a place to get books rather than a place to use the internet.
“We were in Japan actually, when it was released. And uhm, the Japanese version hadn’t come out, but the English version was out there. So I got it, and ‘cause I was on Holiday, I turned my phone off so nobody could tell me. I blitzed through it in like two days. I couldn’t put it down. I remember I was on the bullet train, and the part what happens to Fred, and I was like, (makes a distressed sound). And literally at that second, the ticket guy came around, asking for my ticket, and I was like, “I just died, mate, leave me alone!”—James Phelps, on reading the last book. (via worldnspins)
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