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Philosoraptor Meme | BEFORE TELEVISION WHAT DID PEOPLE POINT THEIR FURNITURE AT? | image tagged in memes,philosoraptor | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Back In My Day Meme | BACK IN MY DAY WE HAD A FIREPLACE THAT ACTUALLY HAD A FIRE | image tagged in memes,back in my day | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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At each other and they talked.
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I like how straight forward you say it. :)
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*repositions couch* i concur
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IT WAS CALLED "FAMILY TIME" | image tagged in family time | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Overly Attached Girlfriend Meme | EACH OTHER | image tagged in memes,overly attached girlfriend | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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IN SOVIET IMGFLIP, WE SIT ON THE TELEVISION AND STARE AT THE COUCH | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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In Russia we have only two channels. 1st channel Soviet propaganda. 2nd channel tells you to go back to 1st channel
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Sounds right, comrade.
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The radio !
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Honestly shoulda had Hillary on it.
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The fact that Hillary's running for President with the consent of the American people isn't nearly as surprising to me as the fact that someone like Trump is.
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True, trump is actually going against stuff Obama wants. So yeah, you're right.
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They probably just sat together and played clash of clans on their tablets.
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For eating, yes. Most other furniture was simply chairs.
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lol, I hadn't heard that term since my grandmother died back in the 70s. You kicked off a flood of old memories with that one.
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oh, sorry bro.
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your mom
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The radio ._.
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The fireplace?
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Before Television was the golden age of Radio. (See Raydog's pic). But that only lasted about 20 years or so. Before that, who knows. By that time it was like 1900 so people probably hung around the fireplace and wished someone would invent central heating.
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At the bookshelves or at each other so they can talk.
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I laughed at this more than I should admit.
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Privacy was in sufficient danger before TV appeared, and TV has given it its death blow.
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They make houses like animal crossing

50 cats here

5 chairs here

giant cat fountain here
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they put them at tables
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The Window was like a TV
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Damn I was beaten to it. The radio! And before that...the newspaper! And before that...the shamans! lol :)
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If you wish to respond with an image that has no text, you can accomplish this by using one period, clicking more options and reducing the font size to 1. It will be too small to be visible.
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Another thing you could do is use the pen tool and make one dot of black on a black area.
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That was very helpful!
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Thanks!
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It's also possible to type 0 into the font size box, or delete the 5 from the default "50," to achieve the same effect. It's slightly quicker than using the down arrow buttons. :)
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