What do you remember about your childhood that your kids will never understand?
As a teen, I would stretch out the 200ft of telephone cord so I could take the living room telephone into the bathroom, away from my family to be able to have a private conversation with my bff about why my boyfriend and I broke up. After, I go to my room and blast a bit of Ozzy from my turn table, all the while, my parents yelling at me to, "turn it down".
As I grew older, I carried a pager so my friends could get hold of me when I wasn't at home.
My kids will never understand, turn tables, phones with cords, pagers, 8 track or cassettes, life before home computers or cell phones.
What are some things your children would never understand about your childhood?