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who wore pom-pom socks back in the day? *****you wanted to throw the socks away once the pom-pom fell off lol

MERLIN...I forgot all about Merlin!! Incorporate childhood toys into your growing up 'movies!'

Merlin game with sounds and red lights. I remember playing this thing a lot in the Such high tech! One of my first electronic games!

I can't remember where I would get these...

Vintage Clear Lucite Plastic Animals I collected clear blown glass animals and sometimes I'd get these because people thought they were glass!

Sometimes.... you Just Gotta Look!  www.facebook.com/justgottalook  Twitter: @JustGottaLook  http://pinterest.com/justgottalookus/

Remember playing this water game called Aquaplay? It was fun to try & get those rings onto the posts using puffs of water.

Zomers met de zon op de metalen glijbaan, was het echt de blaren op je kont…

Metal Slides ~ Fun on a Hot Sunny Day: Ouch! but add wax paper and you flew over that hump!

How they work remember  DON'T SWALLOW

Remember those little pink tablets the Dentist brought to school for you to chew during his lecture? Nobody could brush well enough to not have pink teeth! My friends all had pink teeth.

Ancient label making technology! Sometimes the letters would come out only partly stamped snf and you would have to make a new label

DYMO Label Makers who was the KING of DIY. I have such fond memories whenever I see a vintage DYMO label.

I loved these things. The Raspberry was the best, I wish they would bring them back

Original New York Seltzer. early Line of non-caffeinated soda marketed as all natural. I bet you think it was started in New York? Try Walnut, CA. loved the cream soda one from her a deli!

Remember the flash cube?

Remember When? Kodak 110 camera with the flash bulb that turned around!

Remember Clara Peller? She made the question, "Where's the beef?" famous in her Wendy's commercials at the age of 81. (1902 - 1987)

Where's the Beef Lady. This campaign for Wendy's starred an played by Clara Peller. By Peller was fired from Wendy's after declaring that she had "Found the Beef" in an ad for Prego pasta sauce.