Nostalgic Flashbacks: Things Found At Grandma's House In The '80s And '90s (24 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       22 Jun 2023       2688       4 GALLERY VIEW

A fridge covered with magnets, but specifically the fruit and veggies ones — which were actually more decorative than anything else since they sucked as magnets:

The bird sounds wall clock in the kitchen or laundry room:

And the chunky wood wall clock in the den:

A random product she'd gotten decades earlier, and never used and was still in the packaging:

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A 1980s Dustbuster that you would always end up playing with:

A Kenmore appliance or two she'd gotten at Sears decades earlier — that still worked — and would make her say, "They don't make things today like they used to":

A Raggedy Ann in a guest room:

This EXACT fan:

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And these EXACT wood and cork coasters in her dining room or living room:

A fake flower arrangement that was discolored, covered in dust, and at least 20 years old:

A china cabinet full of plates that NOBODY ate from ever:

Drinks and condiments inside of the fridge that had clearly been in there for decades, but that she said were still "good" and refused to throw out:

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This Tupperware set that was made from really hard plastic and had a distinct smell inside of it of food, soap, and plastic:

An old knob TV that she'd have in the kitchen or garage:

An ancient thermostat that looked like something out of an old submarine that you knew you could NOT TOUCH:

A stationary bike in a random room for no reason that would often be draped with clothes:

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A cookie jar that was older than even her kids:

A collection of "grandma" coffee mugs she'd gotten over the years for Mother's Day and birthdays:

A padded toilet seat, which always felt weird to sit on:

An old crystal ashtray on the coffee table filled with candy:

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The bowl of nuts that seemed to always be the exact same ones, and you wondered if anyone ever ate them:

Boxes of Entenmann's donuts and pastries sitting on her kitchen counter:

A bathroom or bedroom that had wallpaper that was clearly from a different era:

And lastly, her stack of coupons that you knew better than to touch because she had them all mentally cataloged:

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Cleatus 11 month s ago
#8
Nope, it was brown not blue (and I have it now, still works fine)
       
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Nace 11 month s ago
Cleatus,

damn right it was brown
       
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Mickey 11 month s ago
Cleatus,
Still have mine too...and it's brown.
       
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Mellony 10 month s ago
#6 #8 The blue fan was/is a Kenmore. I inherited it and it still works. Going on 40 years. It does not oscillate (swing back and forth). That plastic gear broke in the 90's and needs a bit of tape so it does not click.
       
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