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  • Kristin Knutson

    Tickle Deodorant- I used to LOVE this deoderant o much that I did a marketing clas project on it in high school. THen several years later I had a taxi driver driving all over Caracas fir me to find some as by then it was no longer sold in North America. Seeing this brought a smile.

  • Jennifer Blodgett

    Yep, remember this too! Tickle Deodorant

  • Becky Zadorozny

    Tickle Deodorant - pink color

  • B Steele

    70s: Tickle deodorant. My mother used this.

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