We took a trip down memory lane with 34 Signs You Grew Up In Vancouver In The '80s, but many of you let us know that we missed many other markers of your youth.

We hear ya.

We overlooked some obvious newsmakers like Terry Fox, and some not-so-obvious but still memorable events like the bathtub races.

So we hope you enjoy, "More Signs You Grew Up In Vancouver In The '80s":

  • 1
    You were glued to the THRILLING marine and environmental adventures of the Roberts family.
    The Vancouver Aquarium never looked so exciting.
  • 2
    You rode the miniature train through Fantasy Garden.
    It's no wonder "The X-Files" shot a freaky episode here. That was one weird place, dude.
  • 3
    Terry Fox inspired you.
  • 4
    Coolest. Restaurant. Ever.
    'Nuff said.
  • 5
    Princess Diana came for Expo '86.
  • 6
    That denim store in Chinatown...
    ... for all your acid wash denim needs.
    We hear these might be coming back into fashion any day now.
  • 7
    You stayed up to watch Terry David Mulligan on "Good Rockin' Tonite."
    The original Ryan Seacrest.
  • 8
    You always wondered that this meant.
  • 9
    You skipped your heart out to raise money for Jump Rope For Heart.
  • 10
    Nasty, pink fluoride pills.
    The low-light of every school day.
  • 11
    CFOX was the only radio station worth listening to.
    If you weren't tuned into LG73.
  • 12
    You watched this on TV.
  • 13
    You watched bathtub races at Kits Beach.
    Trent Whaley/Wikimedia Commons
    Until the Sea Fest went kaput.
  • 14
    The Vancouver Indy was a really, really big deal.
    This was back when advertising by tobacco companies was OK.
  • 15
    Three words: Biff and Bart.
    Ok, two more words: Zig Zag.
  • 16
    The Demolition Derby was the best part of the PNE.

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  • Expo Ernie was a rock star.

    <em>Photo: <a href="http://morningaftershow.wordpress.com/tag/expo-ernie/" target="_blank">Jeremy Baker</a></em>

  • You tried to phone into Switchback on Sunday mornings.

  • You went to see 21 Jump Street being filmed...

    ... and would have died if you caught a glimpse of Johnny Depp. <em>Credit: Fanpop</em>

  • You thought Penhall was cuter than Hanson.

    <em>Credit: Fanpop</em>

  • The whole city stood still for this:

    Photo: <a href="http://vancouverrising.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Rising</a>

  • Birthday parties at the Burnaby Chuck E. Cheese were great...

    ... even though you dropped $5 at skee ball and all you won was a lousy rubber snake. <em>Credit: The Atlantic</em>

  • OK, birthday parties at the McDonald's caboose were also awesome.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/29768538@N02/4536769917/" target="_blank">Mile 105</a>

  • You know who Finna, Bjossa and Hyak are.

    Photo: <a href="http://www.orcahome.de/bjossa.htm" target="_blank">Gary Kahrmann and Kimmy Vengeance</a>

  • You spent Boxing Day at A&B Sound...

    ... and nearly got into a fight with someone over the last Sony Walkman priced at $29.99.

  • You think "The Steamer" is a perfectly acceptable and not at all hilarious nickname for someone.

    Credit: Vancouver Canucks

  • You went to Playland to visit with Garfield.

  • There was no Science World. Just the Arts, Sciences and Technology Centre in a Granville Street basement

  • This was pure elation.

  • The only radio station worth listening to was LG73.

    Photo: <a href="http://www.lg73.djspecs.com/main.htm" target="_blank">The Ultimate LG73 Tribute</a>

  • The Bow Mac sign indicated where cars were sold, not toys.

    Photo: <a href="http://www.thevisiblecity.ca/eng/enseignes-signs/bow_mac_toys_r_us" target="_blank">Museum of Vancouver</a>

  • You actually went to the Expo that the Expo Line is named after.

    Credit: <a href="http://vancouverrising.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Rising</a>

  • You used paper bus transfers.

    Photo: <a href="http://buzzer.translink.ca/2009/07/friday-fun-trivia-name-this-tickets-year-part-ii/#ticketsII" target="_blank">The Buzzer Blog</a>

  • You knew Bryan Adams...

    Well, you knew an older brother who had a friend who knew a guy who had a cousin who went to school with Bryan Adams.

  • You know why Canucks' fans wave white towels.

    Credit: Vancouver Canucks

  • You visited polar bears at the Stanley Park Zoo.

    Credit: <a href="http://vancouverrising.tumblr.com/post/60102853381/tuk-stanley-park-zoo-1970" target="_blank">Vancouver Rising</a>

  • SeaBuses were orange.

    Photo: <a href="http://s141.photobucket.com/user/SMN-8711/media/Bygone-Days/Orange-Seabus.jpg.html" target="_blank">Sean Nelson</a>

  • This was the most magical place on earth.

    Credit: <a href="http://bobbea.com/expo-86/purple.html" target="_blank">Bobbea Studios</a>

  • You spent a lot of time lining up to do this, over and over again.

    Credit: <a href="http://vancouverrising.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Rising</a>

  • You showed off stamps in your Expo '86 passport.

    Photo: <a href="http://vancouverisawesome.com/2011/05/06/vancouver-was-awesome-expo-86-and-false-creek/#more-81796" target="_blank">Rhiannon Coppin/Van City Buzz</a>

  • You stood outside Woodward's to see the Christmas windows.

    Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/miss604/6436917085/" target="_blank">miss604/Flickr</a>

  • With a bursting heart, you watched Rick Hansen come home.

  • You know Sook-Yin Lee from alt-rock band Bob's Your Uncle

  • You got dragged to $1.49 days at Woodwards

    Photo: Museum of Vancouver

  • The main public library was for studying, not buying lingerie.

    It also smelled funny. Photo: Vancouver Heritage Foundation

  • The best road trip was to Bedrock City in Chilliwack

    Photo: <a href="http://www.cardcow.com/viewall/35925/" target="_blank">CardCow.com</a>

  • Superdogs at the PNE were actually super

  • You cheered for the Vancouver 86ers

    Photo: <a href="http://krammerhead.tripod.com/id11.html" target="_blank">Swangard South</a>

  • Cactus Club was a fancy night out.

    Photo: Cactus Club

  • Identifying parts of Vancouver in "MacGyver" was a fun game

  • Credit: <a href="http://vancouverrising.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Vancouver Rising</a>