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little professor game I swear I had this, too. Wasn't a calculator - it was a digital set of math flash cards. I *still* cannot math to this day. Maybe I should dig it out now.

Push pop!!

Creamy orange "Push Up" .I remember the ice cream truck selling these by my house. Everyone knew the ice cream truck man.

Girl Talk is the name of a board game first sold in 1988. It was a popular/staple game for teenage girls throughout the 90s. It was similar to the parlour game Truth or Dare. Girl Talk was one of a rash of "teenage girl-themed games" that appeared on the market in the 80s and 90s based around boys, talking on the phone, dancing, having parties and sleepovers, and other "girl-ish" themes.

Girl Talk game with zit stickers. - I had this and played it all of the time!

The legs in Eggs

L'eggs Display & We kept and collected those shiny plastic egg shaped packages. I loved the L'eggs hose.

Mercurochrome - Notice the lovely color? As you might have guessed from the name, it contained mercury. Yup. Moms all across the nation were swabbing open wounds with a concoction made from stuff now well-known to cause brain damage, kidney failure, and birth defects. Wheeeeeee!

Mercurochrome and Merthialate for our boo-boos.nothing like painting it orange.We called this monkey blood, which grossed me out as a kid that they would take a monkey's blood to help my cuts. I remember thinking "does this make me part monkey"?

Monchichi

mon chi chi- my favorite stuffed animal from Japan! I miss my Mon Chi Chi!

"Handheld Gaming" when I was a kid. This kept me busy ha!

Waterful Ring Toss Water Game - toy from the (Bing Images). I used to play with this for hours (well, not hours) during long car rides and rainy days at camp when I was couped up inside.

Kids in the back had a completely different vacation from everyone else....

I remember when most families owned station wagons and we could sit in the back . no seat belts required! We had two different station wagons with the third seat when I was growing up.

I remember this. Now it's probably the iPad.

Nothing made you happier than seeing this when walking into a classroom as a kid. And now as a teacher nothing makes me happier than seeing this in my classroom still!

Make squares

Have spent hours playing the game of squares.we called it the dot game

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