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Remember back in the 90s when you could memorize every one of your friends' and family's phone numbers? Not anymore, right?!

Nowdays, I only have around 5 phone numbers memorized (2 of which are my own lol)

Me (Canada and China numbers) Brother Father One childhood friend Pizza Pizza

How about you?!

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godsolabout 2 months ago

I would say around 5-9

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wonderful.world13 months ago

I only know my own phone number and my girlfriend

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quantumg3 months ago

This is an interesting question. Because I can still remember very well that almost all my friends memorized all the phone numbers of all their friends. I did that too. But since the people around me keep changing their phone numbers, I don't memorize them anymore. That's since prepaid phone numbers were trending.

Strangely enough, I can still remember all the phone numbers from the 90s. This is now probably memory junk. 😄 Including the numbers from the 90s, I can remember exactly 26 phone numbers. Excluding the numbers from the 90s there would only be four numbers in my memory. And this nowaday phone numbers in my brain are still existing since many years.

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ghastlygames3 months ago

I´ve only memorized Mine. The other I mostly add to my phone list and that´s it.

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vxn6663 months ago

None. I've memorized my own phone number years ago and that's it.

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zekiz3 months ago

I only know my own phone number, because i have to write them so often. Most people can't even remember there own.

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d-zero3 months ago

Probably about 15 or more. I'm sure I can remember more. It's just I don't have much friends.

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tobias-g3 months ago

> Remember back in the 90s when you could memorize every one of your friends' and family's phone numbers? Not anymore, right?!

That couldn't be more true.

Your 5 puts me to shame, as I think I only know 2, mine, and my mother's and that's only because she's had the same number since the '90s.

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