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Back in good ol' days

Things I used to have/do/love as a kid!

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Back in good ol' days

Back in good ol' days

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Sesame Street 1980's

Painted bread (milk and food coloring) then toasted! I totally remember doing this when I was a kid!

I had one of these!

  • AimeeWrites

    I LOVED my fashion plates!

  • Jennifer DuMontelle
    Jennifer DuMontelle

    I had one, too! It was the last 'toy' I gave away when I was a teenager.

HAHAHAHA! I totally forgot about this!

The Serendipity Books :) Oh I LOVED These books!

I loved me some Punky Brewster!

Fraggle Rock! YES!

Poochie! Another one I totally forgot about!

Mr. Pop - I totally forgot about this game!

the ORIGINAL Strawberry Shortcake dolls - I didn't have many of them but my friend did and we would put on "plays" with the dolls for her parents all the time!


Shrinky Dinks. Oh how I loved watching them curl up in the oven!

Swatch watches

This was my FAVORITE game as a kid.

  • Vanessa Armstrong
    Vanessa Armstrong

    Mine too! We would have had fun together Karah!

  • Karah Fredricks
    Karah Fredricks

    We totally would have! Probably still would, what with our cameras and all. LOL! :)

Paper fortune tellers- I wonder if I could still make one! LOL

  • AimeeWrites

    Cootie catchers! I still make them from time to time.

  • Amy McGlone
    Amy McGlone

    we had a conversation at work about the name of these. i had never heard of cootie catchers, it was always fortune. i hasked my son and he said they were cootie catchers.......

The Muppets. Doesn't get much better than this!

Operation - loved this game!


Fisher Price cassette tape recorder. I think mine was brown. I have recordings from this little machine from as young as 5 years old I think!

#826 Fisher-Price Tape Recorder

Annie - we have a cassette tape recording of me somewhere belting out "The sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow COBWEBS MAY!"

Annie | Child Of The 1980's
  • Kim Kautzer
    Kim Kautzer


  • Karah Fredricks
    Karah Fredricks

    I hunted for the tape today but couldn't find it. :(

  • Kim Kautzer
    Kim Kautzer

    Sad . . .

Richard Scarry books - I LOVED them!

Ultimate classic toy. Love it!

View Master! Really - how many times could you flip through one reel without getting bored? LOL

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Pound puppies! There were many of these in my house growing up...