Children of the 70s

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  1. That’s hurrendius sexual assault.
     
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  2. craigwend

    craigwend Grimpeur des Holderness

    Yes I was a child of the revolution, just not sure what the revolution was...


    Had its pros and cons as each generation does
     
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  3. After the 60s and before the 80s. The 90's, noughties and whatever this decade is called, don't exist its all a matrix :okay:
     
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  4. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

    I preferred this one..though it was a lot later.


    View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=721JQZw6Spg
     
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  5. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy Extra solar

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    Parkers , snorkel hoods and Doc Martins
     
  6. pjd57

    pjd57 Über Member

    Location:
    Glasgow
    My daughter is a child of the 70's.

    Now that makes me feel old.
     
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  7. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy Extra solar

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  8. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

    Location:
    On 3 Wheels
    Nah after being a 70s fashion victim I went more for the 'Ramones' look, tight jeans a leather bike jacket and T shirt with baseball boots. :becool:
     
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  9. Dave7

    Dave7 Guru

    Location:
    Cheshire
    Feeble. 1963 I wore my ice blue jeans, button down shirt, blue serge waistcoat aand Beatle boots. Man, I was soooo cool.
     
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  10. Fnaar

    Fnaar Smutmaster General

    Location:
    Thumberland
    Within the space of about 5 years (which seemed to last forever) I was a punk, a mod, a suedehead, and a rockabilly (forget the exact order to be honest) :smile:
    Now I just wish I had hair enough to have anything but a very short crop.
     
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  11. captain nemo1701

    captain nemo1701 Space cadet. Deck 42 Main Engineering.

    Location:
    Bristol
    Me too. Loved the 70's as I grew up, Pink Floyd released DSOTM, Tom Baker was the Doctor, Morecambe & Wise taking the mickey out of Andre Previn, Star Wars, the summer of '76......aaah, great days eh?.
     
  12. nickyboy

    nickyboy Norven Mankey

    Whatever era you were a child or teenager in was great in hindsight. No responsibilities

    But if you were an adult in the 70s it was, compared to today, pretty crap. People were poorer, less healthy, less socially mobile, less tolerant

    70s or 60s or whatever weren't great, they were crap compared to now. It was your childhood that was great
     
  13. mudsticks

    mudsticks Über Member

    And not everyones childhood was unalloyed bliss either.

    Unless you were one of the lucky ones.

    Personally I prefer my version of being a 'grown up'
     
  14. MontyVeda

    MontyVeda a short-tempered ill-controlled small-minded troll

    I never called it a Ramones look, but that was me in the late 80s
     
  15. Pale Rider

    Pale Rider Guru

    In some ways but not in others.

    When I was growing up, I recall hearing the phrase from older people 'live and let live'.

    Not a phrase I hear now.

    Hardly a scientific analysis, but it seems to me these days rather than 'live and let live', the more common reaction is to get stuck in on social media.

    There is a great deal of intolerance on this site, often dressed up as 'noble cause', but it's still intolerance.
     
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