Arcade-themed yearbook from ’82 is great in a way that only a yearbook from ’82 can be

Ah, the 80s; when teenage smoking was still glamourous, punk was holding on by tooth and nail, and it was culturally viable for a yearbook to be themed around the concept of arcade games. When I came across this nostalgic album from a Florida high school on IDEA Books of London’s classy Instagram feed, I could hardly believe that my own yearbook in contrast was so uncool. To rub it in I also discovered the way-too-wack-for-this-world learner’s manual on how to breakdance that I couldn’t help posting down below. I was born too late, I tell you.