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Did anyone like the way punky's place looked?

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    80stvfan

    [1]May 15, 2007
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      I Liked the idea of Punky's Place.  I would love to see someone name a restaurant Punky's Place.  I think that the place was funky and cool and totally 80s to the core.  I feel it is about time that people lay off createting 50's and 60's retro restaurants, and start making 80s retro restaurants.  I was born in 1981 and was a child of the 80s, and a teen of the 90s.  So I say hey, let's start making retrospective restaurants we 80s children or enthusists can relate to.  Punky's Place was just perfect for this.

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    usagisakura

    [2]Jun 11, 2007
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    I did. I really liked the fireman's pole. When I was a kid I thought it was a real place and wanted to visit it.
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    80stvfan

    [3]Jun 12, 2007
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    hey, thanks for your input I appeciate it
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    87Okeechobee

    [4]Sep 15, 2007
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    Sounds like a good idea to me. I was born in 1979 myself and have plenty of memories of the 80's, and I first saw Punky when I was about 8 or 9. I loved the Punky's Place design, and it would make a pretty neat concept for a restaurant. They should also keep a Chicago theme as a tribute to Punky's adopted hometown.
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    80stvfan

    [5]Sep 15, 2007
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    Thank you for contributing to this discussion, I apprieciate it emensly. I figure this, Many people in the age group that can remember the 50's are dying off, and so I think that an 80's retro restaurant is the next big thing.

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    yeah_i_short

    [6]Feb 17, 2008
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    yeah I loved punky's place I had the barbie ice cream shop and It kinda reminded me of punky's place with the pastel color's and design of it.
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    ecgirl08

    [7]Feb 24, 2008
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    Punky's Place freakin rocks, lol. Wouldn't you just love to go to a place like that? The colors are classic Punky Brewster, and the firepole was awesome too.
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    EdFan101

    [8]Apr 14, 2008
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    i wish i could have been born in the 80s you guys make it sound like heaven
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    Horselover1

    [9]Sep 10, 2008
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    I loved how Punky's Place looked. So cool.
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