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wax bottle drinks-- I still don't know what the appeal was of these. less than a sip of sweet liquid. Then wax.

wax bottle drinks - realizing most of my childhood memories are of candy toys and bright colors!

wax bottle drinks _ Knox's grocery store was a traditional stop when visiting my grandparents. Remember chewing the wax?

Wax bottle drinks with sweetened colored water inside. Two-in-one - we chewed the wax, like gum !

I use to love these!!!

I use to love these!!!

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Wax Bottle candy, bite off the top, drink the juice; then chew the wax til flavor was gone.oh yeah.

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We couldn't wait to get the Sears Christmas Book every year. One of my favorite weeks of the year was when the Sears, Montgomery Wards and JC Penny's Christmas catalogs came in the mail.

I couldn't wait to get the Sears Christmas Book every year. One year.my Dad had us pick every Christmas gift from it! The kids r missing out these days. Toys R Us not the same

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coin holder - I had one. I think everyone had one of these.
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Change Purse, my Dad carried a red one!

Useful rubber change holder for laundry quarters.

The rubber coin purse/ I can still remember the smell.

coin holder - I had one. I think everyone had one of these - our lunch money holders!

coin holder - I had one. I think everyone had one of these.

coin holder - I had one. I think everyone had one of these.
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Tiddlywinks! I’m sure there are actual rules to this game, but as a kid they were simplified: Shoot discs at opponent. Repeat. Image Via: Rolco Games
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Tiddly winks Iremember using these to count in math class or to play Bingo!

I remember using these to play bingo with at school. *Tiddlywinks-we flipped these into a cup to see who could get the most in.

I loved playing tiddly winks with my dad he loved it.loved to play with my girls miss u daddy.

TIDDLYWINKS (maybe-but they are the same as my grandmas bingo chips)

Tiddlywinks! I’m sure there are actual rules to this game, but as a kid they were simplified: Shoot discs at opponent. Repeat. Image Via: Rolco Games

Tiddlywinks! I’m sure there are actual rules to this game, but as a kid they were simplified: Shoot discs at opponent. Repeat.  Image Via: Rolco Games
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Lisa Frank...I had it all, book bag, binders, lunch box, pencil holders, trapper keeper..and the list goes on!
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Wasn't a kid, but I loved Lisa Frank stuff.must have been ahead of my time.

Lisa Frank: I loved the Lisa Frank school supplies! My backpacks in elementary school were filled with Lisa Frank items!

I loved Lisa Frank! I even had a Lisa Frank sleeping bag with a giant gumball machine on it!

I love Lisa Frank. All my stuff had to be Lisa Frank when I was a little girl. Lisa Frank has greatly influenced me with über-gayness. Rainbows and hearts!

Lisa Frank...I had it all, book bag, binders, lunch box, pencil holders, trapper keeper..and the list goes on!

Lisa Frank...I had it all, book bag, binders, lunch box, pencil holders, trapper keeper..and the list goes on!
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Remember these? Fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. The most disgusting thing of my childhood.

fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. Oh the when it was okay to feed your kids straight up sugar (with a few more chemicals mixed in)

fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. My mom never let me have these so if I could sneak buy them I would

Ooooh, I remember these little plastic containers full of tangy, sugary fruit flavored candy powder

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When they actually played videos
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When MTV was Music Television! When they only played music videos! Now it is just crap tv shows,no music.

I want my MTV. Everybody seemed to want their MTV when it first aired in Back when they actually played music videos around the clock. Bring it back!

MTV (Music Television) began broadcasting in the US on August The network primarily aired music videos in its early years. The first video aired on MTV was "Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles.

Before The Real World, The Hills and Snooki, the M in MTV stood for music. In their new book, I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution,.

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When they actually played videos

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do you like butter?... LOL!I remember doing this!!

Do you like butter? Si ton menton devient jaune, c'est que tu aimes le beurre.

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Remember when you used stick-on earrings? One year for Christmas I received a white turtleneck and a variety of stick-on earrings to "decorate" the turtleneck.

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I wouldn't wear Jelly Shoes today, but I used to have a pair in EVERY color! I wore them all the time; they were my favorite shoe.

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Cracker Jack Tattoos-----this started my life long love of tattoos. No other "prize" in the cracker jacks box ranked w/ this one.

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