ANSWERS: 56
  • taco bell, my house, my buddys house, dog n suds lol
  • It was a mall located very near our school. I used to go there everyday with my friends. I still go to that mall from time to time, and during those times that I'm there, I hope that I see my high school friends again. I miss them.
  • Lenox Mall (Atlanta,Georgia)
  • Pool Hall. And we had something call a drop in center. It was supposed to be for kids to hang out and stay off the streets but really all it was was a place for us to meet and do drugs. I'm talking 35 years ago.
  • My best friends house she lived two doors down from me, I tried to be any chance I got, her mother was the only good mother figure I had in my life, she was an Angel on earth, now she is flying high and watching over me. :-)
  • We didn't really have a hangout per say. We used to wander all over our local area, just sitting where we felt like it. I know it sounds bad, but we didn't cause any trouble. We always had somewhere to go, or something to do.
  • Not one particular place--I spent a lot of time in Greenwich Village.
  • the mall, it had an arcade, movie theater, and bowling. Everyone could be found there!
  • Cinemas ,Malls,Bowling and the libraries.
  • I was a little old by the time I moved here, but the teens in my now-hometown used to hang out after-hours at the JC Penny parking lot. It would be full of cars and people cruising through.
  • Budd Park
  • my bedroom
  • My teenage hangout was at my friend Andrews house we could party there every day of the week.... and not because his parents allowed it but because they where to stupid to know the difference we would smoke weed and they thought it was ciggaretts... or you could have alcohol in your hand and tell her that it is lemonaide and she would believe you!!! LOL those were some crazy times!!
  • Friends homes, and the roller skating rink. Those were the days...
  • Still is, the washroom
  • Shakey's Pizza
  • :) remembering this makes me smile lol school parkinglots or shopping center parkinglots cars friend's houses
  • We called it ''The Spot''. Basically, it was a a stairwell behind a three story building housing various stores, (Kustom Kulture being a marijuana based store with books about Satan and Betty Boop, it was awesome.) and a balcony like thing. We used to go up there depending, to drink, feel each other up, or sometimes just to smoke cigarettes and drink cans of pop lol. There was a drink machine across the street and so we always went to get some pop to bring back up there. (We even had our empty pop can collection in between a fance and a radiator lol.) Sometimes we got kicked outta there by the store guys if we made too much noise or whatever, so we'd head over to a church and just hang around there. Osbourne Village had like ten million churches for some reason, and we had our favourite ones. One we called the Blue Church, it was like 100 years old, and our favourite. There was the Augustine Church in which we went inside the bell tower a few times...although there was no bell left. Every day they handed out food to homeless people, the program was called the Oak Table, so we came to call this church the oak. And then there was the red Church, which was kinda boring. And we also had the toboggan slides, where we went for major drinking binges during the summer. Also I lost my stockings over there once. XD Yeah fuck public hangouts, we just went anywhere cool looking at night. Malls and cafés, ew. We always got kicked out anyways. All these places I named, I guess we wern't really supposed to be there, so in the daytime we had to be good.
  • My house, aka The Party House. I lived by myself from the time I was 15/16 on.
  • Wherever my horses took me. I kept my horses on a piece of property about a mile away from my house and spent a lot of time there, making corrals, building things, and then I went riding, always on the back of a horse. Sometimes the beach and sometimes the hills, usually the canyon along a creek, riding to a couple of waterfalls. Nature was my hangout:-)
  • Most of my time was spent at school practicing for drill team. The rare free time I had was spent at the mall or movies.
  • the "square" it was the courthouse square.
  • driving up and down East Main St and the parking lot of the bowling alley and Mcdonalds at the top of the hill. then of course you had the tried and true spots - 24 bumper rd and Marshall Lake Rd. to name just a few. Miss those days! Carefree! and fun!
  • The Library. I was a nerd and a loner so the Library was my friend! :)
  • After working on the sawmill & hayfields. I would head to the river. Or go to the drive-ins. During the winter, I would just jump in the car or truck and travel west from town to town or state to state...............M.C.S.
  • These steps that conected two streets and there was trees all around it,we used to drink and do other bad stuff there,this was a good place to take girls when we were 13 or so.
  • Ft. Lauderdale beach, all the kids would go after the football games on Friday night. Then I would go back and "bake" on Saturday and Sunday.
  • We thought we were cool so we would hang out in parking lots where other kids that thought they were cool hung out, and talk about how not cool they were as they left. We'd hang until midnight or so, then to Denny's for coffee and more angst
  • A local roller skating rink.:)
  • Underneath the railroad bridge, near where I lived. I figure if things don't go well, I may see the ole' place again!
  • No Exit Cafe when it was in Evanston, IL.
  • my teenage hangout is starbucks and the cinema and cars.
  • Cutting Class: in the Projects... in my friends' house... brother's girlfriends' house... Parks... around the high school building... Shopping plaza After Class: My friends' house My brother's apartment Shopping Plaza Parks Beach The block.
  • A 5 and 10 cent store just a few blocks away from my home.
  • the under 18's disco on the pier or every saturday in town going shopping ^^
  • The grocery store parking lot, the sonic, and the park.
  • Friend's house, marsh, my house, and roof.
  • I had quite a few: "The woods": a wooded area near the house. It's not there any more. :-(. We had a tree house and a fort. We would hang-out at those places and smoke cigarettes. They're gone, too. :-( Across the street from the high school we went to was "Marie's Hoagie Shop": A little free-standing building which served sandwiches, had pinball machines and a jukebox. The building is still there. A pudding manufacturing business is in that building. We would hang-out at Richie L.'s home. We would drink coffee, play music, sing,. Down the same street was Michael O.'s house. He had a pool table. AND I quit smoking about 4 years ago. :-) Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: A little stroll down "Memory Lane". "THE University of Hard Knocks" Also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons".
  • Adventure trip to the mountains.
  • we used to hang around at friends houses, the park, around the estate. anywhere we could all have a laugh :0)
  • detention :(
  • well when i was about 10, me and a couple and of friends made a fort it the woods and now there are a bunch of turkeys back there. So every now and then its fun to go back there and watch the turkeys
  • The arboratum which was across the street from where I lived. There was also a basketball court, softball field, baseball field, football field and municipal pool near by.
  • My teenage hangout was the projects..
  • My teen hangout was the cathedral and the boating lake.
  • hi,when i was a teenager i hung out at friends houses,so did my brother,we had a group of friends,and we would hang out at their houses and they would do the same.i had a really great bunch of friends.
  • we would all go to mcdonals and smoke pot and get drunk and we still do it its fun
  • Outside school next to the shop :)
  • My best friends house. My alcoholic step-father made home life terrible for us. My best friends older brother was a car guy and taught us how to fix up cars. He was a good role model and would take time to talk to us about anything we wanted to know. I am 60 years old and we are still great friends.
  • im 17 now and i live in a student hotel, but if you think thats good the govrnment pay my rent, i just wish i had more money for booze:p
  • Pretty much my house. My two best friends and I did a lot of driving around just to hang out by ourselves, listen to music and smoke (cigarettes, not weed).
  • Pre-teen, teen and post teen I hung out with my friends (they'd call us a "gang" today)at Campbells candy store on Lake Street White Plains New York. I don't know how Mrs Campbell put up with us for all those years, maybe because she had two teenagers of her own, but we read her comic books for free, "charged" cokes and sandwiches, and took up almost every seat in her store. Luckily she did a fast stand-up walk through business with adults who came in to buy newspapers, lunch to go, and cigaretts. (long before state lotteries)In the summer we stood outside in front of the store, sometimes as many as 15 of us looking "teenaged" and all James Deany.
  • The mall! =] Still is! lol
  • well.. i always used to go to the beach or the mall =D
  • the bus. we have a little group of 5 and we have a blast, throwing paper balls and talking about one another.
  • everywhere is mine and my buddies place to hang or a jap arcade

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