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Did you ever blow on a blade of grass between your fingers to make that distinctive sound? Well, that was great fun to me as a child!   Never liked the trick of having a blade pulled through my lips though!    lol

Did you ever blow on a blade of grass between your fingers to make that distinctive sound? Well, that was great fun to me as a child! My grandmother taught me how to do it.

And arguing about which two kids got to do this

Breaking the wishbone after Thanksgiving dinner. My sister and I always did this every year.

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L'eggs Display & We kept and collected those shiny plastic egg shaped packages. I loved the L'eggs hose.

Do kids today even know what outside is?

Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Too bad as adults we can't just go out on break at work and roll down the nearest hill

I remember this!!!!

I still have my dad& and all the unused tape from the

Plasticine. Remember when all the Colours got Mixed Up in One Ball and the Yucky Colour it Became. Hands Up if You Tasted It Like l Did!! ☺

Remember when all the Colours got Mixed Up in One Ball and the Yucky Colour it Became. Hands Up if You Tasted It Like l Did!

1951 The New Fun with Dick and Jane, New Basic Readers Book. Via Books and Unusuals

Vintage First Grade Reader.Guess this means I'm "vintage" since I remember these books well!

Pick-up sticks...patience and dexterity required.

Vintage can pick up sticks 1960's - lido toy corp.-nos

All I can remember is that this stuff really, really burned when it was put on a sore or cut!!!!

The cure for any cut. It always left you with an orange stain.your mom would blow on the cut while she was putting it on so it wouldn't hurt.

Buttercup or dandelion ~ yellow glow under the chin means you like butter • photo: Getty on Huffington Post UK

It’s Not Just Because You Like Butter: Scientists Reveal The Real Reason Why Buttercups Glow Under Your Chin

We all have fond memories of playing the buttercup game. You simply hold a buttercup flower underneath your chin, and if your neck lights up yellow then it's conclusive, empirical proof that you like butter

;-} These slides translate into a family feud right now!!  LOLOL

remember these? We used to have movie night, growing up, and my Dad would set up the screen and projector and we'd sit for hours watching old pics!

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