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pokken injectie

Remember the Smallpox Vaccination? Mine is on the inside of my left arm, so it doesn't show. Also remember taking sugar cubes for Polio.

Elementary                                                            School Glue

In the days before Elmer's Paste. And Elmer's School Glue. And Glue Sticks.

American Bandstand. The only program I ever remember specifically watching with my sister (except Patty Duke!)

RIP Dick Clark & American Bandstand - I watched this every Saturday morning

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~ Keep Crying and I'll Give You Something To Cry About / omg I heard this a million times growing up

candy cigarettes

Remember pretending to smoke with candy cigarettes ? Yes they actually sold candy cigarettes once upon a time. They had red tips to look like the lit end of a cigarette , and you could blow out a few puffs of "smoke" ( confectioners sugar).

mimeograph machine ~ those papers smelled so good! I remember this from school and our church. My sister and I printed the Sunday bulletins.

mimeograph machine This was how the teacher made copies. In school, everyone called it the ditto machine. If the paper was still a bit wet when you got it, the ink would rub off on your fingers. I can still smell the ink :)

Captain Kangaroo...with Mr Green Jeans, Moose, Dancing Bear...

Boy, I'll say, I loved Captain Kangaroo every morning. I remember when I was young, one time my mother was wanting to dress me for the day and I said."Not in front of Captain Kangaroo".funny how I remember that so clearly.

Polio sugar cube vaccine We lined up outside the local junior high; and parents and children alike ate their cube of sugar containing life-saving vaccine.

Curling your hair, 60s style  You ever try sleeping in those babies??

Curling your hair, style. Remember the plastic brush rollers with picks to hold them on place? After washing hair, you would roll it around the curlers. And to think we slept in those things!

If you remember this, then you had a fun childhood.  The best part is that you didn't have to plug it in.

vintage toy - travel number puzzle game by christian montone - i remember busting the tiles out and putting them back n how i wanted!

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