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    • Jan Coleman

      1960S Toys - Silly Putty. Stamping the newspaper comics and stretching the images out to make funny faces.

    • Nicole Turofsky

      Silly Putty - hours of fun, especially copying the Sunday comics onto a piece. Did you know the chemical in the paper has changed so that you can't do this with modern day silly putty? Too bad!

    • Margaret Mason

      Silly Putty in it's later 50s sales carton. It was an Easter basket staple. We'd then grab the Sunday comics and start super-imposing.

    • Pattie DiFraia

      104.733: Silly Putty | Silly Putty 1960 I remember the smell when you first opened the egg

    • Lynn Thompson

      I had so much fun pressing flattened Silly Putty on the Sunday comics!

    • Lori Cogswell

      Toys In The 1960S - loved my silly putty!

    • Donna Granger

      Silly putty & the Sunday comics!!!

    • Teri Morton

      Every kid had Silly Putty!

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