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CRAIG BROWN details 180 things you just don’t hear about any more

Top of the list: Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen 

1. Whistling

2. Tapeworms

3. Tamagotchi

4. Flapjacks

5. Cherie Blair

6. Flashers

7. The Costa del Sol

8. Crosse & Blackwell

9. New Lenor

10. Bryan Gould

11. Mullets

12. Dungarees

13. Fringes

14. Loon pants

15. Gilbert O’Sullivan

16. Jasper Carrott

17. ADHD

18. Executive toys

19. Polly Pocket

20. Blockbuster video stores

21. Trousers worn below the buttock

22. James Blunt

23. Kiwi fruit

Number 5 on the list is Cherie Blair (pictured) 

Number 5 on the list is Cherie Blair (pictured) 

24. J-Lo

25. Breaking Bad

26. Ski — the full of fitness food

27. The Atkins Diet

28. Telegrams

29. Jonathan Livingston Seagull

30. Spangles

31. Nouvelle cuisine

32. The space age

33. Sylvanian Families

34. Michael Aspel

35. Mr Blobby

36. ASLEF

37. King Charles spaniels

38. Blue rinses

39. David Icke

40. Brevilles

41. The Rolf Harris Stylophone

42. Double-necked guitars

Number 39 is David Icke, conspiracy theorist and onetime goalkeeper 

Number 39 is David Icke, conspiracy theorist and onetime goalkeeper 

43. Robert Kilroy-Silk

44. Gerbils

45. Trifle

46. Sandwich spread

47. ‘Absolutely’ meaning ‘Yes’

48. Dustbusters

49. Blotting paper

50. Cravats

51. Profiteroles

52. Crocs

53. Goitres

54. Elena Ferrante

55. Banana custard

56. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen

57. Baileys

58. Hot tubs

59. Feng shui

60. Fridge magnets

61. Jacob’s Creek

62. Brandy snaps

63. Dr Scholl’s

64. Gonks

65. Chinese burns

66. Bread machines

67. Big Mouth Billy Bass

68. Sunny Delight

69. Alfalfa sprouts

70. Male perms

71. Hale and Pace

72. Power shoulders

73. Sarcasm

74. Paddy Ashdown

75. Tippex

76. Streaking

77. Margarine

78. The stiff upper lip

79. Kindles

80. Pipes

81. Slim Panatellas

82. Filofaxes

83. Bouncy castles

84. Executive toys

85. S Club 7

86. Red braces

Number 75 on the list is Tipp-Ex

Number 75 on the list is Tipp-Ex

87. Loofahs

88. Alternative comedy

89. Little boys called John

90. My Little Pony

91. Spirograph

92. Avon

93. Timothy Whites

94. Warren Beatty

95. A pinch and a punch for the first of the month

96. The Test Card

97. Gobstoppers

98. Etch A Sketch

99. Kaftans

100. John Fowles

101. Furry dice

102. Kazoos

103. Comb-overs

104. Gargling

105. Exchange and Mart

106. Pop-Tarts

107. Chilblains

108. Little girls called Joan

109. Untrendy vicars

110. The Silent Majority

111. Bronco toilet paper

112. Slinkys

113. Little Mix

114. Ukip

115. Cider ice lollies

116. Chihuahuas

117. The Squeezed Middle

118. Bean bags

119. Mother of all . . .

120. Yes, we can

121. Gangnam Style

122. Ed Miliband

123. Handlebar moustaches

124. Deck quoits

Number 122 is former Labour leader Ed Miliband (pictured)

Number 122 is former Labour leader Ed Miliband (pictured)

125. Radio 1

126. Oranges at half-time

127. Beatboxing

128. Ben & Jerry’s

129. Wimpy

130. Marrakesh

131. Rubik’s Cubes

132. Chokers

133. Whatever

134. Leg warmers

135. Bret Easton Ellis

136. Twister

137. Space hoppers

138. David Cameron

139. Scratch and sniff

140. Mindfulness

141. Nasty Nick

142. Dorothy Perkins

143. Onesies

144. Fitted kitchens

145. White socks

146. Karaoke

147. Ra-ra skirts

148. Angry Birds

149. Balaclavas

150. Monkfish

151. Potholing

152. Yodelling

153. Jack Nicholson

154. Diabolos

155. Tim Henman

156. George Foreman Grill

157. Decking

158. Lean well back in your seat for safety and comfort

159. Cheese footballs

160. Alka-Seltzer

161. The Yeti

162. Ice-cream makers

163. Lols

Number 153 on the list is Jack Nicholson (pictured above in the 1980 film The Shining) 

Number 153 on the list is Jack Nicholson (pictured above in the 1980 film The Shining) 

164. Tim Farron

165. The San Andreas Fault

166. D.H. Lawrence

167. Koi carp

168. Hygge

169. Mark Thatcher

170. Porsche

171. Princess Michael of Kent

172. Cuba

173. Milk of Magnesia

174. Photo albums

175. Shell suits

176. Travel writers

177. Backgammon

178. Angel Delight

179. Couscous

180. Chris Moyles



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