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Vintage Holly Hobbie/ this was what my room was when I was little... I loved it!

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

My first bike. Pretty sure it was this exact model. Definitely a hand me down though, as I grew up in the 80/90`s and not in the 60/70`s when these were in haha

Sting-Ray Bike, banana seat, hippy-bar, gear shifter and cool handle bars.

When kids knew how to be creative! Yep very

In the Cards Fasten playing cards to bike spokes with clothespins and make a ruckus!

NOSTALGIA - JIFFY POP Popcorn Shake Pan On A Stove Top Burner and watch the Aluminum Balloon rise up as the popcorn popped inside.

Jiffy Pop popcorn sing it. "Jiffy Pop Jiffy Pop the Magic Treat, as Much fun to make as it is to Eat!

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

...Mine was black and I never quite got over that. My best friend had the white one and I wanted a white one so badly :)

Hot cross buns hahahaha so true! Had to play it in college too for my music class. Oh the memories!

"Hot Aluminium Slides"

Burned are bottoms on these slides a million times on hot summer days growing up!

70's toys - silly putty.  This is for silly putty, but I remember doing this with blu-tac or something on the waxy comic books and when you pull it off you would have the comic printed on the blu-tac.

SILLY PUTTY and you always had to try and lift the comic off the page. Loved Silly Putty & funny pages. Also pressed quarters on it to make impressions.

Look mom, no helmets, no elbow pads!

Look mom, no helmets, no elbow pads!

Change holders lol

Rubber Squeeze Coin Purses- i remember taking my lunch money to school in a green one!

Do you remember when the t.v. looked like this at night when it signed off? I sure do. :)

Back when TVs were a decorative piece of furniture and us kids were the remote control! Also that multi-color test pattern that came on after the station signed off for the night and they played the star spangled banner.

The rubber glue tip (for dabbing glue on things) would get hard with glue and you would have to try to get the dried glue off the opening after each use.

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I could stay there all day reading the album covers and listening to music

flipping through albums in a record store. THE record store Tower records when I was a kid, and then looking through all the CDs with my son when he was a teenager! I miss Tower Records!

Like a private juke box with music at every booth

Table Jukebox - You chose the tune and put a coin in to hear it. They were at each table in a restaurant/diner. There used to be a restaurant in simcoe that had these.

Candy We All Ate and Loved! (Part 1) | Remembering the 90's

In Candy Necklaces Were Introduced Into The United States. Candy Necklaces Are An Enduring Candy Classic Today. Candy Necklaces Were A "Must Have" Accessory For Any Well Dressed Kid Or Kid-At-Heart.