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Luv me some Gizmo!!! Gremlins child-of-the-80-s
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Loved the gremlins movies
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Felt wreath idea
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ET phone home - this was the last movie my fiance-now-husband and I saw before we got married in 1982. Loved it - I cried at the end!
Oh, E. T. PHONE home!!! I cried everytime I saw this! Love E. T.
ET- E.T. phone home. E.T. E.T. E.T. ! lol still a classic!
I think I cry when he "Phoned home" ? IDK haha
"E.T., The Extra Terrestrial" (1982)
phone home. my favorite movie
E. T. ...phone home
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#1 Best 80s TV show Alf. I used to watch it in German. I grew up in Switzerland. #KickinItAppleCheeks
Hide the cat. remember my alf doll when we were kids?
Alf media-cache8.pint... rachelfusch 90 s kids
Remember This? Trip Down Memory Lane Alf
Remember ALF, the 80s sitcom alien?
Totally 80s... Remember ALF!
80s.. Alf tv show.. Funny
ALF - Childhood memories
70's Halloween costumes made of suffocating plastic (but I loved them anyway)
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Halloween costumes with the cheap plastic masks that got all wet behind them from your breath. I remember having a majorette costume like this...so funny.
What a great shot of vintage Halloween costumes from the 60's! This could have been taken at any of our neighborhood homes, as I remember every costume in this picture. I even had the princess costume. love it.
Brahahaha!!!! Amazing photo of 70s Halloween costumes. All I remember is sweating to death and not being able to breath very well in head to toe plastic.
Remember these 80s Halloween costumes!?! Couldn't see or breathe in them. I think I had the clown one and always wanted the princess one.
old halloween costumes from the 70s, I had that Princess costume and I remember all the other ones.
70s and 80s Halloween costumes made of suffocating plastic (but I loved them anyway!)
Scary Vintage Halloween Costumes Omg...I remember these...lol
70 s halloween
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Teddy Ruxpin- aaww I loved this lil guy. My son got one when they first came out....for his 2 1/2 year old christmas. They were sweet.
The reason this makes me laugh- in high school a friend if mine brought his little brothers Teddy Ruxpin on the bus & put an Eddie Murphy tape in. Till this day it's one of the funniest things I've seen.
Wow He could be your friend during the day but at night he could scare the hell out of you if he started talking!!
Teddy Ruxpin. My son got this for Christmas when he was 2 years and was terrified of it.
Teddy Ruxpin... on of my favorite childhood toys. I also loved the cartoon
Teddy Ruxpin- aaww I loved this lil guy I wish I still had him for my son
I still have mine. My sister's friend broke one of the eyes :(
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Remember: no bright lights, no water, and never feed after midnight. Loved this movie as a kid
Gizmo/Gremlins--Watch this movie all the time as a kid
rem this movie. Gremlins.. Gizmo was so darn cute...
Gremlins...aww Gizmo loved this movie as a kid!
Gremlins... We're in your stuff. Gremlins
Love 80s movies! Grimlins!!!!! Gizmo!
The things movies teach us!
another childhood memory
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remember these from my dad's office as a kid, need to get some and hide them around to cheer up my dad
I would stick um and wen I tried to relocate them I would rip um off and then get mad wen they wouldn't stick anymore... I had to of been like 3. How do I remember that? #memories #80s
I loved these things in elementary school, they always gave them away as prizes for fundraisers. -Yep, they are Weepuls that you got from the Weepul man! I think I remember them more from middle school.
Weepuls - I remember earning these in grade school. They were the COOLEST thing going. Kids got into fights over them! I think we had to sell magazine subscriptions to earn them. Crazy.
these were stuck to everything #memories #80s. Weirdly enough I remember having one from an air show with a satin "mx missile" advertisement. Scary looking back.
Oh man I remember winning these in elementary schools during magazine drives. How cheap is that?
These were stuck to everything in the 70s and 80s.
Childhood Memories •~• Warm Fuzzies
Drive-In Movie Sound System.....Speakers at the drive in...one for your car...one for the car on the other side of you....what fun it was!!!!
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Drive in movie speakers - Definitely tried to drive off with one still in the car, at least one time.
The last time I remember going to a drive in movie was in 12th grade. My parents were out of town. Without asking I took the old pick-up. It was great until it was time to drive home. The speaker drained my battery.
Drive in movie speakers. Ha-ha who remembers these? Don't give away your age!
Drive in Movie Speakers - I remember seeing "The Parent Trap" and "Snow White".
Some of my best childhood memories are with my daddy at the drive in movies!
Drive in movie speakers. Those were the good old days!
Do you remember? Great Times at the Drivein
Drive in movie speakers / Remember these?
Trip Down Memory Lane #RememberThis
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Remember Madame..... she looked just like one of my step-grandmothers! If that's not an 80s statement I don't know what is?!
MADAMES PLACE: looking back I'm shocked at the stuff my parents let me watch. They were conservative and christian and they let me watch things I probably wouldn't let my own kids watch.
I was SO scared of this thing. At 3 years old I remember running as soon as solid gold would come on! Lol wow
Remember Madame? I DO! When I was 12, I had to get my appendix removed and while I was recovering, she was on Solid Gold and made me laugh so hard that my Mom thought I'd pop my stitches!!
Remember Madame? I was obsessed with this show as a kid. Though, admittedly, I was a weird kid.
Remember Madame? Always performed on the show Solid Gold (sometimes even with the dancers!!)
Remember Madame? She was a guest on Solid Gold and eventually had her own sitcom.
Remember Madame..... If that's not an 80s statement I don't know what is?!
MADAMES PLACE TV SERIES 18 EPISODES
The last in a set of 12 WWII posters featuring the wholesome pinup Margie Stewart. Most Margie war bond posters featured a handwritten letter. In addition to the WWII posters, Stewart appeared in about 20 movies for RKO.
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"Hardly any new clothes this season... but wait til you come home..." Wartime clothing austerity and saving campaign made romantic.
The last in a set of 12 WWII posters featuring the wholesome pin-up, Margie Stewart. Most 'Margie' war bond posters featured a handwritten letter. This one reads, "hardly any new clothes this season - but wait till you come home! I'm salting away my money now, so we can have the things that matter then, and I'm glad you're saving too. Love, Margie." In addition to the WWII posters, Margie Stewart appeared in about 20 movies for RKO.
Vintagraph - WWII Margie Poster No. 12 - Fine-Art Wall Prints and Posters
"Hardly any new clothes this season... but wait til you come home..."
Margie Stewart- the official US pin up, promoting war bonds in WWII.
WWII Margie Poster No. 12 – Vintagraph
WWII Margie Poster No. 12
do you remember this?
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Unforgettable toys from the past: Waterful Ring Toss #childhood #memories #nostalgy #RetroToy #1970s #seventies - Carefully selected by Gorgonia www.gorgonia.it
Waterful Ring Toss. Two of my kids had this toy when they were young. I even liked to play with it. It was fun. It was filled with water. You pressed the white button, making the rings float up. Object of the game was to make the rings stack onto two vertical spindles.
Water Ring Toss thing... I so had one of these... Kids today are soft. They don't have real toys
Waterful Ring Toss - this was one of my favorite toys when I was a kid!
✿ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃•Aussiegirl Water Ring Toss, I played this with my kids
Waterful Ring Toss #vintage #retro #game #toy #kids #childrens
Water Ring Toss! I totally had this as a kid.
Waterful Ring Toss and other water games
Water ring toss #80s #memories #toys
loved Clove gum!
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I liked the the taste of these, well, not Black Jack but the others - My hubby hates them! Brings back my childhood memories! :)
Every Stick of Beemans, Black Jack & Clove Gums Has A Memory~My Mom loved these gums. However, her all time favorite gum was Fantan :-)
Beemans®, Black Jack® & Clove® Gum Remember this gum? It is still on the market at this site. (I am not affiliated with this online store.)
My father chewed Clove gum. My brother and I didn't really like it, but we liked chewing gum, so we chewed it anyway if that was all we had. Sometimes, we had "Black Jack." Yuk. Loved Beemans, though. (For some reason, our father didn't seem to like it, of course.)
Clove chewing gum and Black Jack gum were two of my favorites! You can still get these at some specialty stores.
Clove, Beeman chewing gum and Black Jack gum
Black Jack Gum. I remember!
a blast from the past
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One year my dance class danced to "heard it through the Grapevine" dressed as California Raisins lol
I loved the California Raisins!!! I even dressed as one for Halloween one year.
The California Raisins - "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
80's, I still have 4 California Raisin's from Happy Meals.
The California Raisins // #childhood #nostalgia #80s
California raisins, this made me smile :)
♫oooooo heard from the grapevine...♫
Totally watched this a few times
I loved them when I was a kid
Little Professor..omg..I had one!
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Little Professor. I hated this thing and when I tried to throw it out, my mom and sister pick it out of the trash and kept it under my sister's bed (she's 10 yrs older than me with no kids, I didn't understand then nor do I understand now why it was kept)
I hated this thing when I was a kid. I felt like, great, now I have a little toy telling me I suck at Math. Thanks.
I hated this thing. The Little Professor. A toy that was really just a tool for schoolwork. I spent most of my time punching in numbers that spelled out naughty words when you held it upside down.
It's the Lil' Professor!! :) I always wants one of these...remember these?? #retro #80s #toys
'Little Professor' pocket electronic calculator ... Naaaaww lovely childhood memories :}
Little Professor (I remember this thing, but the one I had was an owl.)
Little Professor. I hated this thing! Jen do you remember this?!
The "Little Professor"! What a blast from the past!
Little Professor toy I had when I was a kid.
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The electric typewriter with spinning ball and power return key - you had to remove this ball and run a brush over the letters to clean trapped ink from it so that the type would look clean and precise. It was fun to watch it spin into position when you would strike the typewriter keys. 70s
The IBM Selectric Typeball was a revolutionary typing element. Instead of using keys connected with a character on them that would individually strike the paper and would sometimes jam, this element would spin around and type each character when activated. Typewriters had one font on their keys. The IBM Selectrics allowed different fonts to be used, simply by switching type balls.
The IBM Selectric Typeball was a revolutionary typing element. Instead of using keys connected with a character on them that would individually strike the paper and would sometimes jam this element would spin around and type each character when typed.
Typewriter balls I used to think these were cutting edge..working as a young receptionist on the IBM Selectric typewriter.. Still had to place a carbon sheet between two sheets of typing paper to make more than one copy and so there was no making a typo. You had to be perfect and you had to file your copies in a folder in a file cabinet in alpha order.. No "Save As" key on a typewriter Lol!
Typewriter balls for the IBM Selectric typewriter! I remember Helvetica; Times Roman; Prestige Elite or Pica; Letter Gothic; Orator (for slides); and, Courier! Then we got the correcting Selectric II with the little orange spools of white cover-up tape!
IBM Selectric typewriter elements. I dearly loved those typewriters, and especially so when they came out with the "Correcting Selectric" models with built-in correction tape. Such a marvel of technology!!!
Reminds me of my days as a real typing teacher, loved those days! The IBM Selectric Typeball was a revolutionary typing element. Instead of using keys connected with a character on them that would individually strike the paper and would sometimes jam this element would spin around and type each character when typed. Typewriters had one font on their keys. The IBM Selectrics enabled different fonts to be used simply by switching type balls. The type ball in the photo printed using the Prestig...
The IBM Selectric Typeball was a revolutionary typing element. Instead of using keys connected with a character on them that would individually strike the paper and would sometimes jam this element would spin around and type each character when typed. Typewriters had one font on their keys. The IBM Selectrics enabled different fonts to be used simply by switching type balls. The type ball in the photo printed using the Prestige Elite 72 font. Xerox developed a different system which was called a
IBM Selectric typewriter ball
Pagers...every message was 911 911
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Pagers! Remember how cool you gelt when you got anything other than the standard black? WOW
i thought i was so cool having one of these, but now the kids all have iPhones!! SMH :-)
Motorola Pager http://guff.com/15-christmas-presents-every-90s-kid-had-to-have
Pager (before cell phones) | 55 Things Only ’90s Teenage Girls Can Understand
beepers | do you remember beepers pagers numeric code
thought i was the stuff with my pager! LOL