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Tupperware Browns, Greens, Yellows, Orange ... what was the origin of that long lived fad? These were hot in almost every neighborhood.

vintage Tupperware Collection hot kitchen colors: Coffee, harvest gold, avocado, and burnt orange. My Grandma sold Tupperware so it was all through our kitchen when I was a kid.

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Tupperware tumblers from the My parents still have these, with the snap on "pre-sippy cup" lids. I remember taking them on car rides with a pump-Thermos of water - each family member had a "color" for the trip.

we had these on the table also! ( Tupperware Salt and Pepper Shakers)

Vintage Tupperware Salt and Pepper Shakers

Vintage Tupperware Salt and Pepper Shakers. They were great for taking on picnics because of the lids.

Grandma Gleason had these. Loved them as a kid.

Ohmygosh my Grandmother had these. Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold. So many great memories.

Trip Down Memory Lane. How many of us had this an used it for other than what it was suppose to be used for?... lol

Its a camera film canister, for all of u who don't know. We have a camera we all use the that has film, and I honestly love it way more than the stupid digital cameras other people have.

ok. Lemme take a moment...this was my first Thermos. Ate so many soups and rice in this thing!

Vintage Strawberry Shortcake Thermos

Strawberry Shortcake thermos Younger remember I had this one? It matched my Strawberry Shortcake lunchbox.

these were the best. these will do the job and was not easy to fall out

these were the best. these will do the job and was not easy to fall out

Nestle's Quik in a can and you had to pop the top....my kids love it now but it comes in a nice plastic container with a screw top lid.  Times change and things get better!

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

80s Planter's Cheez Balls can family size

Planters mainly a peanut company, came out with cheese balls in a canister unlike most that came in a bag. These set off for more companies to produce cheese balls. Planters is still a large company today.

Plastic cereal bowls to match the plastic cups - still going strong though 40-50 years on, you can't fault Tupperware.

Vintage Tupperware Pastel Dessert Cereal Bowls Set of 7

Vintage Tupperware Pastel Dessert Cereal Bowls Set - Grandma smith had these and the super cool cups

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