How people had fun in the pre-digital era


18 Responses to How people had fun in the pre-digital era

  1. Raven says:

    Reblogged this on About the Jez of It and commented:
    A wee bit of nostalgia

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  2. msjadeli says:

    Adorable photos. People looked genuinely happy.

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  3. Sue Cass says:

    That’s what I call the “good ole days.” I remember some of those times and doing it.

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  4. V.M.Sang says:

    I’m afraid I remember those days. Carfree and fun. Much more freedom for kids than they have nowadays. I think we’ve lost as much as we’ve gained by ‘progress’.

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  5. GranmaBarb says:

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I remember playing on the monkey bars (pic 3) at school. We also had a flying fox which always had massive lines at lunchtime. Ahh, the innocence of childhood back in the day! Shared to Tumblr 😊☮️

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  6. janiejunebug says:

    I loved having tea parties with my dolls. Mother gave me M&Ms to use as tea and cakes. When we wore dresses to school, we couldn’t climb on the jungle gym because the boys would look up our skirts and tease us.


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  7. Widdershins says:

    Outdoors? Using their thumbs for things they actually were designed for? Perish the thought! 😀

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  8. ibikenyc says:

    There were (and maybe still are) monkey bars very much like that in every Parks Department playground here.

    When I was little, they seemed like skyscrapers. Only a few very-daring boys would go all the way to the top.

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  9. ibikenyc says:

    Isn’t that Andy, Barney, and Gomer in the tuba one?

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  10. All are previous!

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