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    I loved my Slinky! | #Childhood Memories

  • Rich Chong

    Remember the smell of metal on your hands afterwards. Disappointing for kids in bungalows...

  • Sandra Grimes

    1970s toys | Who didn't have a slinky!

  • MindInProgress

    1970's toys - Bing Images -Original SLINKY!! Do you remember the way they used to make your hands smell afterwords… Like a funky metal. Everyone experimented with these guys "slinking" down the stairs...

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