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One of my childhood toys Zippy & Tippy

If this isn't the cutest vintage birthday doll cake ever, I don't know what is! :) My mom made the doll cakes for me when I was a kid.

I do believe I still have this little treasure around here somewhere. Oh the secrets it contains.....

Trolls - came in mini ones as well that fit on the end of a pencil - this rainbow one was my favorite

my sister had this. between this and the wizard of oz, i have a creepy fear of primates.

I loved the Ramona books when I was little. This was the cover of the book I bought from the Scholastic Book Club when I was in the 3rd grade. (Still have it too!) The new ones don't hold a candle to it.

Marathon Chocolate Bar---Marathon was a candy bar consisting of eight inches of braided chocolate and caramel. It was manufactured by Mars Inc and first sold in the United States in August 1973. The bright red packaging contained a ruler with inch markings on the reverse demonstrating that it was as long as it claimed. (The length was the result of its braided shape; it didn't weigh more than standard candy bars.) It was discontinued in October 1981. Note: There was also a 15" version of The Marathon Bar sold in Southern California at local 7/11 stores. These had the 15" ruler on the back of the red wrapper.

"Merlin" by Parker. Another favorite of a lot of boys my age. Like the Mattel football game, one of the first hand-held computer toys, with numerous alternative games. I remember for some reason this game took 6 AA batteries and it just ate them up, always needing new batteries for power.

My great grandmother gave me this doll! Vintage Kewpie Doll Plastic Toy 70s

Bionic Woman Doll: the skin on her arm rolled up so you could pop out her microchip!