52 Responses to “WW On A Tuesday – Life Before”

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  1. Comedy Plus says:

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    Bwahahahahahahahaha. I was here way before computers were around. This is every so true.

    Have a fabulous WW on a Tuesday, Steve. πŸ™‚

  2. Lydia C. Lee says:

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    Even the meme is dated with the floppy…kids wouldn’t get that one! Ha!

  3. messymimi says:

    Heeheehee! And yet what would we do without computers now?

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    This is so funny and so true – one of my faves to date – have a great week Steve! πŸ™‚

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    I cant relate to this, Ive watched a lot of changes in my 64 adult life. Thanks for sharing, so entertaining!!
    Have a great week!!

  6. Rhonda Albom says:

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    I think younger people just don’t understand.

  7. Jeanna says:

    Haaa, love that last one about the floppy although I was never that much of a curser until I started spending time on a computer.

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    I remember knowing the telephone numbers of the people who are dear to me. Now I dont. I have a problem remembering my own number!

  9. Veronica Lee says:

    Haha! I can relate! I used to work as a computer programmer in those days before PCs existed. Our keyboards didn’t have a mouse!

    Happy WW, Steve!

  10. 3&1/2 inch flop, ha,ha,ha,ha. I remember those days. I begin with the very first computer and I thought WOW but today it’s amazing. See ya Steveo.

    Cruisin Paul

    PS You haven’t commented on my blog lately. Did you forget me?

  11. Teresa says:

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    Good one and so true!

  12. colleen says:

    Hilarious. It all happened so fast!

  13. Indrani says:

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    Hard for this generation to comprehend.
    Happy WW!

  14. I remember those days. Life without a computer. Memory is still something I’ve lost with age, lol

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    That is so funny. Thanks for sharing it. Love it. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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    Some of those were quite funny! It’s interesting to think how language keeps changing with the times. Thanks for hosting and have a great week!

  17. alissa apel says:

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    I can add to that list. When we were checking our luggage for a flight a lady asked if if I had any tablets in there? I said, “I do have allergy medicine in there.” I was thinking tablets like pills, not kindles, macbooks, or ipads. Ha!

  18. Now the original 8″ floppy was a different matter. Just sayin’. Of course the 3-1/2″ drive wasn’t really floppy, just short. I’m feeling the urge to reboot…what ever that used to mean.

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    Bwahahahahaha That’s a good one! I loved it.. you really tickled my funny bone on that one my friend! Shhhhhh I won’t tell anyone if you won’t!!!! bwahahahahaha They were all too funny & all true!!! But that story can go on and on too as far back as playing ball out in front until the street lights came on & what about pagers. Kids nowadays thinks pagers are bellhops at hotels, “Call for Mr. Smith!”, “Call for Mr. Smith”!!! I had a pager when I was a paralegal & my boss needed me at the courthouse I had to boogie on over there!!! bwahahaha Loved it… thanks for the belly laugh my friend! YOU ROCK!

  20. Lee says:

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    I miss those days! (and I’m old enough to remember them!)

  21. Kathe W. says:

    bwa hahaha still laughing!

  22. Ellen Pilch says:

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    That is funny πŸ™‚

  23. Klara S says:

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    LOL and LOL from my husband :):):)
    Thank you for hosting.

  24. indah nuria says:

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    I still remember those cute, colorful floppy disks πŸ™‚