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Coke with the styrofoam label that you ALWAYS peeled off.

diet coke with the styrofoam label that you *always* peeled off. i have a glass bottle of mt. dew w/the styrofoam label still!

Fashion Plates - they brought these back!! Saw some in Target the other week. May grab one for Adalyn to have when shes a little bit older. One of my favorites

Spent hours with my Fashion Plate! I wish I could find these now for my girls!

Stirrup pants! Haha

I freaking LOVED my stirrup pants! With long sweaters and ankle boots, that was my wardrobe statement in the >>> Stirrup Pants

AVON CALLING!.....I was obsessed with these as a child...from the moment I saw this box...I knew what I wanted to become and do for the rest of my life. ...a professional master class makeup artist..

I remember these avon lipstick samples! My mom sold Avon when I was young.she had these little lipsticks in her samples.

Remember when Nestles Quik was a dry mix?

Nestle's Quik chocolate powder flavoring for milk . popped the top open with a spoon.

Bon Jovi.. still have that teen-age crush

Bon Jovi with his big hair. Sexy then, sexier now. Bon Jovi was my first concert.

Scariest Game Of My Childhood

Funny pictures about Scariest game of my childhood. Oh, and cool pics about Scariest game of my childhood. Also, Scariest game of my childhood.

The Walkman - cutting edge technology.

Sony Walkman - remember when we had to "fast forward" and "rewind" and "flip the tape over"? The Ipod

Vintage Pepsi bottles...brings back memories of my daddy, he worked at Pepsi for over 10 years during the late 60's and early 70's. We always had plenty of Pepsi products in our house! :-)

We drank pop from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit. That's usually how I got my spending money, lugging all those bottles back to the store.nothing like ice cold Pepsi straight from the bottle.I loved it!

and the film that needed to be developed  These are 110s.

Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera! My first camera was a Brownie. My second was a Kodak 110 camera. The negatives were tiny!