At primary school only being allowed to write with a pencil until you were judged worthy of moving onto a fountain pen. Ball-points were not allowed.
Teachers being allowed to mark in red ink, throw chalk / board rubbers at you or deliver a clip around the ear. Linked to this, being afraid of your parents finding out because they'd side with the teachers.
I bought a Marantz turntable a little while ago (less than a year) and that came with the adapter, guess they expect if you’re buying a turntable you’ve either got an old collection or frequent record fairs
The name of Tom Mix horse.
The name of the RCA Dog who is waiting for his Master's Voice.
What a Church Key is.
That ALL beer is brewed cold.
Big Momma Thornton.
Who's on first?
That "Frankie & Johnny were lovers" is not about a same sex marriage.
That it's always 5 o'clock somewhere.
That you can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish.
Why there was a baby face on the bottle.
Mississippi John Hurt.
When the Cuyahoga River caught fire.
I think i'm possibly the last generation who knows and was taught how to wire a plug. Not really much need for it nowadays considering everything comes with a plug and for the most part you cant actually take them apart, just change the fuse.
Bill & Ben and Twizle on a black and white tv, that had a wooden shutter that you pulled over the screen when not in use.
Packets of plan potato crisps that had a twist of blue paper containing salt, that you had to apply yourself.
A paraffin heater that stank the whole house out.
Being third inline to use a tin bath on bath night, ( always on Sunday night).
Traveling on the A1 at night and hardly ever seeing another car on the road.