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I Survived The 70s
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1970 Velvet doll Wish I still had both!! My favorite dolls of all time

You could pull her hair out of the top of her head to make it long, or twist the knob on her back to make it go back in.

1974: Joe Namath for Hamilton Beach's Popcorn Popper. There was a cup in the top to melt the butter.

“It isn’t necessary to imagine the world ending in fire or ice. There are two other possibilities: one is paperwork, and the other is nostalgia.” - Frank Zappa

The doll I had was similar to this one... You put records in her back and she talked.

Betsy Wetsy doll ad from the 50's. The Ideal Toy Co. started manufacturing her in 1935, named after the head of the company, A. Katz's, daughter. She was one the first of the popular dolls to also be offered in ethnic versions.

Return to the 70s. This is what we had. Our kids have tiny iPods instead. Never could have imagined that!

1960s. I got the first Skipper, and she's still in my closet in my Barbie box with Barbie and Ken and some really old outfits from the day

--first introduced in 1965 by General Foods; now marketed under the Kraft brand. Particularly noted for its TV commercials in the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, starring child actors who--pretending to help their mothers cook--enthusiastically exclaimed: "And I helped!"