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October 29, 2018 / Posted by:

If you were a 70s or 80s kid, your feet and ankles might be flinching at the sight of the rainbow flip-flops that zillions of children wore and destroyed feet everywhere. Those rainbow flip-flops may look like rubbery works of pure joy and happiness, but they were known to wreak havoc on hooves by cutting up feet skin and causing kids to trip and nearly break their ankle bones.

Because of Rainbow Brite’s impact (OBVIOUSLY!!!), everything was covered in rainbows in the 80s. Belts, velcro wallets, sweaters, jewelry, sheets, towels, a million other things came in rainbow. Everyone looked like they got barfed on by a rainbow. The 80s were one big ass Gay Pride Parade (except for, you know, the Reagan administration’s thoughts on gay rights). And during the summer, the feet of many looked they got shat on by Richard Simmons.

I never had a pair of rainbow flip-flops, but many of my cousins did, and that may or may not have been because they sometimes sold them 2-for-1 at the swap meet. They did everything in those flip-flops from running to catch the paleta man to riding their bikes. That makes them the most talented people I’ve ever known, because rainbow flip-flops were dangerous. Not only did the fabric part of some cut into your skin, but sometimes it’d twist up causing a trick to fall. If your rainbow flip-flops weren’t like that, then congratulations, because you obviously grew up rich and could afford the finer ones.

And sadness IS me not having a battle scar on the top of my foot from rainbow flip-flops. How can I call myself an 80s kid now?!

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