Ferris Bueller Syndrome: How 80's Movies Gave me a False Representation of Life
As a kid growing up in the 80's, my only social outlet was movies. Big mistake!! Let me navigate you through the tricky cinematic waters of a decade that made you think you could order pizza in class, catch flies with chopsticks and put baby in the corner without any real repercussions.
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When I was in Junior High School, I took a cooking class. Fridays were "free cook" days, where the kitchen groups could make any food they liked. One of our kitchen mates had a father who owned a pizza place. Every Friday his father would pull up at the back door with an uncooked pizza, and into the oven at 500 degrees it would go. I would bring Cokes, and the other dude brought ice cream. It was very John Hughes.