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throat drops...cherry flavored

Luden's Wild Cherry cough drops - On Sunday in church in case you started coughing.My Grandma always had these. I would eat them like candy!

"Safety suckers" for little kids.  The handles were a sort of stiff string, which got kinda floppy halfway through the candy.  They were supposed to be less of a choking hazard than the paper sticks.

Saf-T-Pops, I remember the bank tellers & grocery cashiers handing these out for the time when they chgd the stick, we use to unravel the paper handle on these.

Do you remember this

vintage diaper pins for cloth diapers. I remember running the sharp end through my hair so they'd go through the cloth diaper easier.

Trick or treat

The Wowee Whistle. These came out around Halloween each year. They were made of wax, similar to the wax candy lips. You blew on the whistle until you got tired then you chewed up the wax. Quite tasty.

Jiffy Pop ~ "the magic treat as much fun to make as it is to eat! "     :)

Jiffy Pop is a popcorn brand of ConAgra Foods. The product combines unpopped popcorn kernels and oil with an aluminum pan and folded aluminum foil lid. As the pan is heated, the popping corn causes the foil to unfold and puff up. Jiffy in the name referen

Als je dit doosje omdraaide, hoorde je het geluid van een loeiende koe

Turn this over and it made a moo sound! I think I remember this from the church nursery when I was little.

Oh Magic Eight Ball, you have all the answers, don't you... Wait concentrate and ask again.....

The magic eight ball is one of the most popular superstitions. People from all over use the magic eight ball to predict their future. The funny thing is they actually think it's somewhat true.

Yes in elementary school in the '70's we wore dresses. In hind sight we should have had shorts on under them cause we still played and slid down the slide

I loved my plaid dresses as a kid. I went to a school where all the girls wore dresses to school. We could wear pants under our dresses on gym days and winter days, but we had to take them off once gym class was over or we got to school.

Yep, I'm old.

Old school yellow rotary wall phone. Had one just like it on the kitchen wall growing up and the cord was sooo stretched out!

Go Go boots.

Wet look boots. Some people call these go-go boots, but I remember those as being ankle-high white boots that zipped up the back (at the heel).

Had to take turns getting up to change the channel and hit the side to stop it from rolling.  Lol

Huge wooden tv sets - that you had to change the channel. I remember that tv, man do i remember putting coins in side the tv thinking it's cool. Note that tv was our tv stand since it wasn"t working. Had that same tv.

PRELL Shampoo 1960s: the "pearl" at the bottom of their bottle of shampoo just like the awesome dinner plates that came in a box of laundry detergent contrast the striking difference in the excellence of those days and the mediocrity of today.

Prell Shampoo- Remember the pearl?in their commercial they would sink a pearl in the shampoo .

Omg these were my favorite on the playground!

You don't see these on playgrounds anymore or see-saws/teetertooters or monkey bars or------I remember getting hurt falling off one of these, but I loved playing on it.

Had one hanging on the wall right next to our kitchen phone

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this

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