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The rubber glue tip (for dabbing glue on things) would get hard with glue and you would have to try to get the dried glue off the opening after each use.

Use vintage toys and other thrift shop collectibles as drawing subjects in the research. More fun for participants, and more interesting drawings for the publications. WOOLCO MUCILAGE LePages Liquid Glue Bottles Vintage by Christian Montone, via

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In the Cards - Fasten playing cards to bike spokes with clothespins and make a ruckus!

My first bike. Pretty sure it was this exact model. Definitely a hand me down though, as I grew up in the 80/90`s and not in the 60/70`s when these were in haha

Sting-Ray Bike, banana seat, hippy-bar, gear shifter and cool handle bars.

Broomstick Bunny by Chuck Jones - Hand Signed by June Foray, the voice of Witch Hazel!

From: Chuck Jones 1956 Looney Tunes' "Broom-Stick Bunny" Famous for: Witch Hazel's claim to be the ugliest witch of all is threatened by a Halloween witch who turns out to be our favorite rascally rabbit, Bugs Bunny, trick-or-treating in costume.

Change holders lol

Rubber Squeeze Coin Purses- i remember taking my lunch money to school in a green one!

"He likes it! Hey, Mikey!" Quaker Oats Life Cereal campaign, written by  Edyth "Edie" Vaughn  Stevenson of Doyle Dane Bernbach. The ad campaign was one of the longest in history, running from 1972 - 1986. "Mikey" was played by John Gilchrist. The other two boys in the commercial were played by Tommy and Michael, his real-life brothers.

Life cereal commercial starring Mikey - "Let Mikey try it. Hey, look, he likes it! Mikey likes it!

L'Eggs hose display stand. Oh my mother!!!!! Then we used the plastic eggs to put in our shirts!! Lol

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

Lovefingers

Cartoons on Saturday Morning Speed Buggy! I watched this cartoon on Saturday mornings! One of my favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon

Vintage Holly Hobbie/ this was what my room was when I was little... I loved it!

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

and our parents thought this was expensive.......

Cost of Living in Although, If I remember right, the milk and the gas might be a little higher than they were in our area. I'm also pretty sure that the minimum wage was lower than that also. I remember making 65 cents/ hr in

These were so comfortable and thick enough to handle stepping on anything and would last the entire summer. Why don't they bring these back!

summer time, this is how we rolled. These were called thongs, not flip flops, as they are called today.

Drive-in Movies

Drive-in movie theaters. This image from LIFE magazine for a showing of The Ten Commandments. (The drive-in in Las Vegas is still open and doing well).

Scorching hot metal slides. Can still feel the burn on the back of my legs.

Hot sun on metal playground slides. But was still fun - especially if you used a sheet of waxed paper under your butt to go faster!

I had one of these. by daisy

Chinese Checkers in a Tin with Regular Checkers on the other side and marbles and red/black checkers inside. I loved playing Chinese Checkers! Getting the tin open could prove to be an adventure at times.But well worth it.

They were the most expensive pair of jeans I owned and they fit awesome!

Jeans of the Yep! those infamous Jordache jeans that I loved so much. I had several pairs and I remember receiving a pair along with a designer blouse for my graduation gift. Everyone knew my love for Jordache jeans.

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