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OMG!!! Worst thing EVER!!!

Once upon a time, this was how a girl was supposed to wear her sanitary napkin in place in her undies. I loved mine and never had an accident like other girls did.

1971 Cost of Living, according to a 'Remember When' booklet for birthdays

Notice the price of a new house was just little more than 2 years salary.try that today. Even the price of a new car was only a third of a years salary. The year I graduated high school.

#wedding #photobooth   Wish to $$$

Vintage Photo booth brings up vintage memories :). My daughter used one of these at her wedding, was great idea

matthewnewton: A tutorial on the rotary phone. [via Retronaut]

Retronaut - How to use a dial telephone. Does anyone remember dial phones? They used to have some dial pay phones! These were going out when I was only about seven.

I used to get this magazine! I had forgotten all about it until I saw it again!

I loved Highlights magazine--the only trouble was that I only got to read it when I went to the dentist's office!

And can run faster without my shoes actually. Country raised fo sho, I'm talking dirt road off a dirt road, off a dirt road country! don't let my now city residence fool ya.

I grew up always being outside barefoot. I did! Still love to be barefoot. No socks and shoes for this girl. I remember how dirty my feet would be by the end of the day. A foot bath was always in order before bed,

Mary Jane shoes. Didn't we all wear these?!

A new pair of black patent leather Mary Jane shoes every year for Easter. All grown up and still like patent leather shoes.

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"?

70's everyday stuff

Do you remember these bathroom products from the know about the but we had probably about of these things in our bathroom/medicine cabinet growing up in the

No, they won't.  Lol

and I think everyone we knew then had the list of numbers posted on the wall by the phone. We had an extra long cord that we could take around the corner and into a small bathroom to shut the door for more privacy.