Ahh the good ol’ days (31 photos)

  • sobernot


    • har d har har

      #19 a whole bunch of pikmin are about to die

    • Bullet knuts

      #11 Saw: The Wonder Years.

  • http://twitter.com/Hawaiitgc @Hawaiitgc

    #8 Dear Diary, Jackpot!

    • Dick Salad

      I read this in an old southern accent.

      • RobsterCraws

        I do declare!!!

      • Leddy420

        I read it in Sean Connery's voice.

    • Optimus_prime

      I read it as Quagmire

    • Keith


    • Sorry

      Weekend at Bernice's?

  • karl

    whats with #31 the 90s are not the good old days

    • Chicago Sean

      I could be wrong, but that looks like the World Trade Center under construction in the 70's

      • Martin_McFly

        You are correct, sir.

        • winfields

          I was about to say that…. so I will simply echo your response.

      • Lazybean

        you are correct.

    • Nick Name

      Twin towers bro…see how they were still there in "the good ol days"…

    • guest

      That's actually a matter of opinion. To some ,myself, the 90's represent a time when things were simpler/better. Mostly because it was childhood and I simply didn't know any better. I was shelter from all the violence, the economy was stronger, we went to bed at night and didn't have to lock our doors. Times have changed.. even since the 90's.

      • Johnny

        and again, this photo is from the 70's.

      • db3300

        You truly were sheltered if you don't think people locked their doors in the 90s.

    • ...

      at first I thought that was a plane circling in the sky…but then I realized it was a bird.

    • my bad

      kinda looks like the tops of the buildings are burnt…oh wait.

      • Sandusky's Favorite

        i see what you did there. you were born a douche.

        • my bad

          get over it…move on like the rest of the world does. how long is this "too soon" BS gonna go on for?

          • bagofrocks


            • my bad

              or until the next attack right?

              • Caleb

                Next attack? You mean the next time the American gov't needs to rape a country of oil and therefore, needs to find a scapegoat.

                • my bad


          • Guest

            Maybe if you actually were a NY'er and had someone you lost you couldn't move on. So stop being a giant D-Bag be a respectful Chiver and STFU!!!!

            • gunboat

              be respectful and STFU? Only a New Yorker could put those two together and think it was ok.

            • my bad

              you're an idiot. i've lost people close to me in my life. deal with it. move on. no sense dwelling on the past.

              • Boom!_Headshot!

                everyone reacts to their loss differently, but telling others to move on from their loss in such a way is callous at best, downright mean spirited if you ask me

                did American past policies do something to cause 9/11. I dont know, and honestly, i dont care. i do know that a lot of people died that day whose only sin was showing to work that morning

                remembering and honoring the innocents that die in any act of war, regardless of reasons or perpetrators, is not dwelling in the past. It is being a decent human being

          • dude

            forever tard the rest of the world can suck ass they pull some shit like that we will ram it down everyone's throat as long as we want! deal with it.

        • Mr. McGibblets

          I love how a guy with the name "Sandusky's Favorite" is chastising someone else for a joke of poor taste

          • free the pedos!

            My thoughts exactly. Plus, pedos are likely a more immediate threat to 'MMERICANS.

    • Hap

      Try 1969

    • jkmcdermott

      That would be the mid-1970s and the pic taken from Weehawken or jersey City NJ. Just saying. And, yes, as NYers we are allowed by law to tell you to STFU for any reason at all.

      • MattKL

        Being miserable and treating other people like dirt is every New Yorker's God-given right.

  • Beef Jerky

    #27 Too bad we have nothing but old heffers on planes now.

    • FireChicken

      They're the same women. They're still bitches – just not hot.

    • Unfkngblvbl

      Man, I remember flying PSA back in the day. Every plane had a smiley face.

    • hark1985

      unless you fly Virgin or British airways

      • r00s7a

        I love flying on virgins

        • hark1985

          I see what you did there

    • Frank Bama

      Foreign Airlines are the ticket now.

    • BarryMcCockiner

      N fags

    • Carly

      I bet you charm all the ladies

    • Chachi

      Don't forget the gays!

    • JHL1

      #27 Wow! Look at the tits! There must be….. 57 tits up there!

    • Always Last

      Hey! That's not right man!! They're not just heifers, they're angry, underpaid, underworked flight attendants!! Get your descriptors right …………

  • Josh

    Ahhh. The good old days

  • FuckUSD

    The good old days, back when men were men.

    • negative nancy

      and women weren't exploiting themselves on the internet.

      • The_Dood

        exploiting – verb (used with object)
        1. to utilize, especially for profit; turn to practical account: to exploit a business opportunity.
        2. to use selfishly for one's own ends: employers who exploit their workers.

        • negative nancy

          You forgot the third definition.

          3. You're an idiot, learn how to use the English language.

          That's all dood.

      • realist rebecca

        Right, men were just exploiting women. I'm happy to be living in this century where (as a woman) I can get an education, job, and most other things any man can, despite the lingering sexism that pervades western culture. If other ladies want to take of their clothes for an internet audience that's their choice. If it is not their choice, well that's an entirely different issue. Shit is not perfect, but it's a hell of a lot better than it was decades ago.

  • http://echogeo.wordpress.com/ echogeo

    The Original Hot Redhead.

    • 1911

      Too bad she was also a self-professed communist

      • darsh

        "The only thing Red about Lucy is her hair, and even thats illegitimate" – Desi Arnaz

    • LucretiusCarus

      I can't fucking stand Lucille Ball. She's almost tragically unfunny. I will never understand her or other people's fascination with her.

      That being said, when she was young she was pretty attractive.

      • ChelseaRules

        I really don't like her whiny voice.

        • LucretiusCarus

          That and her total inability to make me laugh.

      • dude


    • iforget


  • http://echogeo.wordpress.com/ echogeo

    All for about $25.

    • Edd

      And the bitch is too worn out to make him a sammich after he just won the thing like a Boss….

  • Martin_McFly

    #26 Oh suuuure. This will hold against the freezing vacuum of space. No problem!

    • guest

      Actually, they could and did. International Latex, better known for the "Playtex" brand fabricated the suits – and very successfully.

  • mtbdude

    #30 some people got so freaking creative with the way they folded those things

    • SuperDanMan4290

      Writing on paper…now that was the time when you made your own Font. 😀


      • jared

        i just found a box of these in my garage from my freshman year in high school (1996) crazy ways of folding these and then passing letters while going to your next class.

    • colombianchiver

      warms my heart…

  • whyme1973

    #15 Nice ass.

    • robin

      Find her!!!

  • jadeus

    i really do wish i was born back in the '20s… life back then seemed so awesome in a humbly simplistic kind of way… I am only 21 but I cannot stand the way of modern life with all this unnecessary technology that's turning us lazy and political correctness and health and safety etc interrupting life at every turn (don't get me wrong, I'm sure these things must be doing some good somewhere lol, but it frustrates me more than anything)… I'm a carer and I love listening to my service user's stories and seeing the pictures of their life, it's just so beautiful…

    • douche

      "…life back then seemed so awesome…"… if you were a white male; otherwise, eh….

      • Devin

        Lol pretty much

    • elbruces

      Feel free to go live in a cave and bang rocks together.

    • FlapJack

      Ahhhhh the enlightening wisdom of a 21 year old.

    • truth

      The early 20th century was not nearly as nostalgic as you might believe. It was a nice time to be alive as compared to the mid-to-latter 19th century, but it definitely wasn't a slice of euphoria either. Part of growing older, each of us will undeniably look back upon our earlier ages through rose-colored glasses. We will see that life was always simpler than the present time. We will be romanticized by thoughts of a time that we had less worries, less responsibilities, less…well, just a lot less clutter.

      Up until 9/11, life was actually looking pretty damn good. The Internet was just getting started. We had cellphones like the bulletproof Nokia 5100 series and yet we found a way to survive without entities like Facebook/Twitter/Tumblr. Google actually was standing up against 'evil' corporations that wanted to track your every move on the blossoming Internet. Everyone could buy a house and new car….gas was cheap(er). We still had a space program that was doing some pretty cutting-edge stuff. Our military was considered one of the only remaining superpowers. Most of us didn't know a damn thing about anthrax, Al qaeda, Taliban, or religious extremists. The list goes on.


        Tell us more. Regale us with tales of ol'

    • I_am_golf_c0m

      If you were born in the 20 you would have most likely fought WW2 and would have spent your teen years struggling through the great depression. … we could go on but I think those topics impact every minute of the day a little more then " political correctness and health and safety"

    • FoolOfATook

      While I admire your perceptions on modern society and the facts that more tech isaking us lazier, I don't think being born in the 20's is what you want. My dad was born in '29, he had a hard life for many years. He didn't have indoor plumbing until he moved out of his parents house. Throw in that the 30's were pretty much engulfed in the Depression, and there wasn't much to look forward to. Maybe being a teenager in the 50's would have been pretty cool.

    • goonertilidie

      Wishes he/she lived in the simpler 20's…..says so by commenting on website. The irony…

    • dippy doo

      Yeah, and without the advent of penicillin, or tetanus shots, with polio running rampant. Wow! Gimmy some of that 1920's lovin' too!

    • Nonoohno

      I would go back only if we had easy access to pron…

  • darsh

    #1 More like Hillbilly Hand Fishing before lawyers

  • BigPup

    #7 FLBP #15 Hump day, #25 Derp. I'd say the good ol days where fine by me.

  • negative nancy

    not a fat bitch in the bunch.

    ahhhh the good ol days.

  • darsh

    #7 Paul Mccartney?

    • kim

      no no.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1336470966 Amanda Kwick

      Jim carreys great grandfather?

    • darsh

      Dude, the woman totally looks Paul-ish

      • noob

        no no no, no. no, no, no, no no. no no no. no. no, no. NO.
        16 nos? really?

    • pingpong

      "Slap Chop"Vince's grandfather

    • saladfingers1


  • winfields

    #12 and #21 no PETA back then!

    • mrjimmyos

      Animals that dont suck, vintage edition

  • Hungry Hooker

    #7 Is that the ShamWow guy?

    • morebeer

      "Cause we can't do this all day"

    • frankus


    • tv_paul

      Damn, I didn't see this. I wrote almost the same thing an hour ago. That's the first thing that came to my mind too. Good call, sorry for the similar post.

  • Unfkngblvbl

    #4 Someone's about to get their face cheese-grated on the pavement. I'll let you guess who.

    • SOB

      Do you mean #1 ?

      • Unfkngblvbl

        yeah, thanks…I think it changed.

  • meh

    #7 Before the Hover Boob, the more acceptable Hover Thigh.

  • Jacky romro

    <img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/news.jpg">these pics have a big body, a rich mouth feel, and a long, sweet aftertaste, I love the things of that era <img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/newsl.jpg"&gt;

  • Unfkngblvbl

    #12 German Shepherd….you are not a Boxer

  • jim

    Ned…..RYERSON!!!!!! You know, Needle Nose Ned, Ned the Head. Come on buddy!!! Case Western High!!!!

    • jim


  • Woodrowrules

    #15 I'd hit that

    • Chicago Sean

      Looks like Jaime Edmondson in your profile pic

    • Woodrowrules

      That is correct

    • A2M

      Necrophilia huh? Well, we all have our quirks

      • Chicago Sean

        I don't know. She could be alive. That looks like a late 80's Chevy Caprice. Most likely a GILF by now (if that's your thing).

    • kramerftw

      I hear ya'

  • sparkyanubis

    There are times when I wish I could have lived in earlier times, then I remember that I'm not white, so I lose that feeling very quickly…

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