16+ Random Images That Will Take You Straight Back To Your Childhood

1. Game and Watch games. They were all cool but the best had to be Donkey Kong or Legend of Zelda.

2. Trying to get to the bottom of the ice cream so you can get to the bubblegum ball.

3. These hideous things in gym class. Not sure I ever made it to the top.

4. Collecting Polly Pockets and loving them all. Ir if you were a guy, never really understanding what all the fuss is about.

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12 Famous Adverts From The 1980’s

Long before the days of on demand and catch up TV we would have no choice but to watch the adverts during commercial breaks. Some of the jingles, characters and slogans became as famous as the TV programmes. How many of these adverts do you remember?

1. Hamlet Cigars

Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet. Who remembers this advert featuring The Baldy Man?

2. Vitalite

These sunflowers got us all singing along in the 80’s.

3. Yellow Pages

Are you ready, in your best posh voice – “J.R Hartley”.

4. Birds Eye Potato Waffles

 

They were so waffly versatile. What did you have yours with?

TEST: How Many Of These British Sweets Do You Remember From Your Childhood?

I remember when I was growing up, sweets hardly cost anything and I could eat as many as I wanted and never worried about silly things like counting calories and the state of my health.

Now I am all grown up I have turned into a boring git and rarely even eat sweets. But after seeing the list below, all I want to do now is grab my pocket money, head to the tuc shop and get buying.

Rate your favourite below.

 

TEST: Who Is Your TV Valentine This Year?

Dear people who like men,

Valentine’s day is approaching and singles are going crazy trying to couple themselves off so that they aren’t alone for the national holiday of love.

While there are many single people who favour the following attitude towards Valentine’s day:

And people tweeting about all the funny things they’re excited to do:

But for those of you eager to not be alone on the holiday that couples dominate, let us help you out – we can tell you who your TV valentine will be this year, and then if you’re still single by February 14th then you can curl up on the sofa with your fictional valentine and your favourite snacks. Sounds ideal, personally…

Should you spend the day in the strong, protective arms of Luke Cage?

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Or maybe you’ll be spending it being serenaded by Lucious Lyon from Empire?

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There’s only one way to find out:

 

Only People With An IQ Score Of 142 Or Higher Can Spell These 21 Words

The little test below has been put together to test your spelling skills.

You will be shown a series of words with letters missing. Below each word will be a number of multiple choice options showing various spellings for the word. All you need to do is to select the word with the correct spelling from the options.

If you manage to get them all correct, go ahead and share your scores on Facebook.

Good luck.

QUIZ: Can You Correctly Name These Peanuts Characters?

Charlie Brown has to be one of the most recognisable cartoon characters from our childhood.

We all loved Charlie Brown for openly admitting he was unfit for the game of life. As adults we can often relate to him even more. In the little quiz below you will be shown a series of characters from Peanuts and some multiple choice options. All you need to do is match the character with their name.

Good luck and don’t forget to share your scores on Facebook.

12 Dogs You Loved In The 1980’s

We are a nation of dog lovers and man’s best friend got plenty of screen time back in the 80’s. How many of these famous pooches do you remember?

1. The Littlest Hobo

There’s a voice, that keeps on calling me…. my favourite 80’s theme tune!

2. Bouncer

Bouncer was one of the most gifted actors on Neighbours back in the 80’s.

3. Dogtanian

Did you join Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds on their adventures? One for all and all for one!

4. Woof

The boy who turned into a dog!

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12 Times Waitstaff Completely Destroyed A Customer’s Special Moment

When waitstaff were asked how they absolutely ruined a really special moment for a customer, these were some of the top answers.

1. I accidentally split a small amount of white wine on a woman’s coat while clearing the floor. She instantly gets this look of vehement anger and disgust on her face but before she can say anything her husband butts in. “Oh thank god! That coat is hideous.”

They were both drunk and really pissed off with each other. I apologised and tried to escape. The wife kept following me around trying to yell at me but the husband just kept stopping her mid-sentence, commenting on her horrible clothes and how he wished I would spill stuff on all her belongings.

They eventually started yelling and screaming at each other and were escorted out by security.

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2. Long story short, dude says, “Hey, I want to propose, can you help me?” as he hands me a ring. Ok, this would be cool if the family of 14 was just walking in. Dude said this as I’m taking away the plate of his main course. Yeah, they are basically done. Really dude? We are a well known, high end place. We can do some pretty awesome stuff…with time. People phone such information in, a few months in advance.

I quickly grab two servers and tell them to take full control of my other 2 tables. I grab my manager, and two of us head to our barkey. We get the kitchen manager involved. 5-10 minutes later, we have a large platter, maybe 14 inches by 14 inches, fully decorated with special desserts, freshly drawn designs bordering the whole plate, and “Will you marry me?” written in the middle, with one desert holding the ring. I walk out, and he already makes eye contact with me. I wink to let him know it’s on.

I approach the table and say roughly, “Ladies and Gentlemen, we appreciate your return business so we have a little complimentary dessert to enjoy.” I place it down directly in front of the couple. There are some gasps, he gets down on one knee, she’s crying, YES, cell phone pictures, and then my manager comes out with some comped champagne. Later, one of the moms says, “I was looking for you earlier to ask for some coffee, but I guess you were busy with more important stuff huh?”

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3. Birthday party for a families grandfather. It was a nice little cake with some type of ww2 fighter plane stuck on top of it because he was a veteran. Presented the cake they sang all is fine and dandy. So many comments on how awesome the cake looks, grandpa is so grateful for his family getting him a thoughtful cake. Tells me how excited he is.

Go back to cut the cake with the pantry girl and we drop the cake and it is all smashed all over the floor.

I felt so terrible. Grandpa was understanding and didn’t care too much. But daughter was pissed and basically in tears.

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4. My manager was helping me with this group of girls who had a birthday. I thought let’s make it fun and grab everyone’s attention and sing for this girl. For some reason my manager thought he should crack a joke so he asks the girl how old is she turning and she responded with “18” with some giggles. So he then proceeds to yell “YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!” He takes a break to build the suspense and then shouts “SHES LEGAL!” Not a single person laughed. Everyone just stared at us and the girl sitting just became super weirded out. Anyways it was a super awkward happy birthday song and a swift exit from the ladies.

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‘Allo ‘Allo! star Gorden Kaye Who Played Rene in Has Died Aged 75

Gordon Kaye, who played the part of Rene in the classic sit com Allo Allo has sadly passed away aged 75.

His agent confirmed the news this morning that he died while residing at a care home.

Rene Artois was the owner of a cafe in the hit show and appeared in all 84 episodes along with the rest of the beloved cast.

The show ran from 1982 to 1992 and was so succesful that a stage version was created which Artois also appeared in.

The show centred on resistance fighters in World War Two in German-occupied France.

Artois’ final on screen role was in 2004 in the BBC sketch show Revolver.