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    I actually remember the candy cigarettes! Not the lighter though. What were our parents thinking?

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Mister Merry's Play Lighter - Let's play smoking! Amazing that they marketed this to kids. - Thanks Philip Morris - We have a problem here!

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Corning Ware Set. I had these and I made macaroni with hot water from the sink. Yikes!

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Play cigarettes. There was talc inside that would puff out of the tip. The end of the cigarette was red and shiny and looked like the real thing. Crazy!

Playing dots - you put your initial in completed box. Whoever had the most completed boxes won!

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Jacks - my mom played "jacks" and taught me how to play... in the Fifties. That and Tiddly Winks.