A Memory From Sock Hop Days

This came out when I was in junior high and was a sock hop favorite. I wish *I* was a sock hop favorite in junior high but, at 5’8″, I was about a foot taller than all the young men my age.

By high school, I was a big AC/DC fan.

22 Responses

  1. They still had sock hops when you was a punk?
    My first sock hop was when I was in the 7th grade.
    This is what we slipped and slided to.

  2. Here’s one from Nuke’s high school days:

  3. Oh, snap, I completely forgot Procol Harum!

  4. Am I the only one that listened to Black Sabbath? If you listened to Black Sabbath, you were supposed to go straight to hell, which was good enough for me.

    And illustrating that my listening habits have always defied genres, been weird, I was also a big fan of Dr. Demento and here’s another favorite:

  5. […] 10, 2010 · Filed under Agriculture, Humor I was over at Nuke’s place posting lots of videos from my youth. I wonder if I’ve used up his bandwidth […]

  6. You know, people that go to bed early probably shouldn’t leave the keys out where just anybody can find ’em. Just sayin’.

  7. In case you didn’t know this about Weird Al.
    He really can “shred” on stage.

  8. did someone mention high school? drivin’ my 55 chevy

    • Hey, Nuke! You high school heartbreaker, you.

    • You look a little old for high school there, Nuke. Must have made it easy to sneak into bars.

      • back in the day, drankin’ age was 18 for beer. wasn’t much of a problem getting in bars, but still got carded.

  9. For my introspective side when I didn’t feel all violent, there was ELP.

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