25 Obsolete Things That Tell Us That Everything Changes Over Time

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New technologies, new things, new fashions replace the old things. When we go back in time, we are surprised to discover that the things we were so used to now have become absolute. Here are the 25 obsolete things which tell us how much the world has hanged around us.
1.

Who remembers looking through the card catalog to find a book? from r/nostalgia

2.

🔥 sweater my grandma sewed for me in the early 90s from r/nostalgia

3.

Entertainment cabinets, the click sound it would make after closing from r/nostalgia

4.

Blank VHS covers had some wild artwork from r/nostalgia

5.

Viennetta, the ice cream that I knew my family couldn’t afford from r/nostalgia

6.

Wooden Playground: Despite scorching hot metal slides and rubber bridges – we always went back for more… from r/nostalgia

7.

Anyone remember seeing Wishbone? from r/nostalgia

8.

Anyone played Aladdin? from r/nostalgia

9.

Actor Jonathan Hyde, a staple of fun 90s movies (Pictured: Richie Rich, Jumanji, Titanic, and The Mummy) from r/nostalgia

10.

Getting your feet measured whenever you got new school shoes. from r/nostalgia

11.

The toxic smell and taste of Plastic Balloons from r/nostalgia

12.

Big Wood Grain Console TVs from r/nostalgia

13.

Anyone still remember Wacky Races? from r/nostalgia

14.

“zip off” shorts from r/nostalgia

15.

Ancient cup from pizza hut. Nostalgic enough? from r/nostalgia

16.

Christmas Life Savers Book from r/nostalgia

17.

Sand-filled, glittery, rainbow lizards. from r/nostalgia

18.

McDonald’s Ash Tray from r/nostalgia

19.

Having to watch The Price is Right when you stayed home sick from school. from r/nostalgia

20.

Paper plate holders. from r/nostalgia

21.

Land Before Time! Pizza Hut toys! In the 80s and early 90s..pizza hut did cool stuff. from r/nostalgia

22.

Bubblicious Watermelon Bubble Gum from r/nostalgia

23.

The Dining Room Table & Chairs That Everyone Seemed to Have from r/nostalgia

24.

Lego Ghost from the 90s. Glows in the dark! from r/nostalgia

25.

Throwback to the times when you could happily spend hours just moving piles of sand from one place to another from r/nostalgia

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