How would you describe your younger self in one word?
How close were you with your family when you were growing up?
We were a tight knit group
We hung out at least once a week
I saw them before and after school for like 5 minutes
We weren't that close
We fought all the time
When it comes to friendship do you value quality or quantity?
Quality. Who cares how many friends you have if they all suck?
Quantity. I like to have options.
I prefer both
What was your favorite subject in school?
English. I was the bookish type.
Math. I loved problem solving.
Science. Experiments were a blast.
Home economics. The most fun you could have at school.
History. I love learning about the past.
As a teenager, where could you typically be found on a Friday night?
At home hanging with my folks
At the high school football game
At the movies
Having a sleepover with my friends
Going on a date
At what age did you get your driver's license?
Describe your youthful sense of style in one word?
As a child, what did you dream of being when you grew up?
At what age did you strike out on your own?
As soon as I possibly could
When I turned 18
When I graduated college
I still haven't struck out on my own
Do you believe that nurturing traditions can lead to a higher quality of life?
Only some traditions
I think traditions impede progress
On February 22, 1974, you were hanging out in your parent's basement. You had sweet underground digs, all the records your job at the drive in would afford you, and a lava lamp for each side of the room. With shag carpeting and a private phone line, you were living the high life. Friends often referred to your pad as the hangout spot!
Hanging Out In Your Parent's Basement
On February 22, 1974 you were nervously primping and getting ready for a first date. With sweaty palms and butterflies in your stomach, you were busy putting the finishing touches on your hair, outfit, and face. You anticipated the ring of the doorbell and couldn't wait to see your date standing on the other side of the threshold.
Getting Primped For A First Date
On February 22, 1974 you were watching a movie at the drive-in with your friends. The popcorn was fresh, the candy was especially sweet, and you couldn't wait to get through the previews. When you look back with nostalgia at some of the best moments in your life, you can't help but recall all of the moments you spent at the drive-in with your bet pals.
Watching A Movie At The Drive In
On February 22, 1974 you were eating dinner at Grandma's house. It was a weekly tradition for your family to get together for a big old fashioned dinner at Grandmas. Though you often hemmed and hawed about going, those dinners at Grandma's are near and dear to your heart. Food has never tasted as good since.
Eating Dinner At Grandma's House
On February 22, 1974, you were cheering on your high school football team from the stands. With a cup of hot chocolate and good friends by your side, you loved school football games. Sure, you might not have been the athletic type, but you couldn't help but get wrapped up in the excitement of the game.
Attending A High School Football Game
Do you recall what you were doing on February 22, 1974? Odds are you don't. It's time to find out what you were up to on February 22, 1974!