Flashback Friday | Adult Concepts For Pre-Adults

Flashback Friday | Adult Concepts For Pre-Adults

If you think back to your school days, the memories that stand out the most probably have nothing to do with reading, writing, and counting how many pieces of fruit Lester has if he buys 3 bananas and 8 apples but drops 2 apples on his way home. As important as Lester's fruit count was, school was also our training ground for future adulthood.

So we're taking a look at a few of those very grown up concepts which we were forced to grasp in our formative years, and the tools we had available to us...

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Flashback Friday | School Days Love & Friendship

Flashback Friday | School Days Love & Friendship

How many adults do you know that would do well to take a leaf out of some school kid's Jason Priestley covered exercise book when it comes to their personal relationships? <coughmyselfincludedcough> Everything was so much clearer back then, the rules so much simpler.

'How so?', I hear you ask. Oh, we had our ways, back in the day... <cue the soft focus flashback montage, with solo sax soundtrack>

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Flashback Friday | When Maths Was Fun

Flashback Friday | When Maths Was Fun

High school maths blew some serious chunks. I don't know about you, but as soon as they started adding letters to numbers and then kept insisting they were still numbers... my eyes would glaze over and I'd go back to daydreaming about what I would say to the New Kids On The Block when I met them.

But, for me, all of that was yet to come in the '90s. In primary school... maths was FUN. Think I've lost my marbles? Well read on and I'll remind you just how good we had it growing up in a mathematics rich environment.

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Movie Moments Of The '80s | Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Movie Moments Of The '80s | Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (no question mark) was a big deal in the '80s. A really big deal. At the time it had one of the largest production budgets ever, and it rewrote the rule book on combined animation/live action films. But more than that, it was (and still is) a damn good movie!

It would be so easy to write this movie off in digital-centric 2016. In 1988 we were still using rotary dial telephones & listening to our favourite music on turntables. But Who Framed Roger Rabbit holds strong almost three decades later simply because it's a hoot of a movie.

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