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Debuting in 1966, The Newlywed Game pit newly married couples against each other in a series of revealing questions to determine how well the spouses know (or don't know) each other. "Making whoopee", the euphemism that producers used for sexual intercourse to avoid network censorship. It became such a catchphrase of the show that Bob Eubanks continued to use the word throughout the show's many runs, even in the 1980s and 1990s episodes, when he could easily have said "make love" or "have…

The Newlywed Game -Bob Eubanks - host - Before "reality shows," I think was Bob was the first host of the "Newlywed Game" which provided family entertainment for many in the with various hosts. Dumb answers to dumb questions, but it had it's moments.

Do you remember this

vintage diaper pins for cloth diapers. I remember running the sharp end through my hair so they'd go through the cloth diaper easier.

We used to put these on just about anything.

nostalgia - Flower power, my sister and I had these stickers on our mirrors and on notebooks. loved them!

Play Doh Fun Factory My Favorite Play Doh Toy.... And My Only Play Doh Toy, Man I Wanted The Haircut One I Was Sick Of Making Spaghetti!!!

Play Doh Fun Factory My Favorite Play Doh Toy ~ A neighborhood girl had the McDonalds toy. Man -- I Loved that thing!

Had this book and many others like this! Would go to the book self and pick a least two to four books too read for the night!!

1960 The Fire Cat Vintage Childrens Book by VintageWoods on Etsy

candy lipstick

I loved candy lipstick! Even though it didn't even taste all that good - it was just cool. I remember being devastated when I left my candy lipstick at the city pool when I was little.

...I think I remember this.. the little rear view mirror.. it squeaked just a tad..and the shift..and the horn. Yep. I remember it! :)

I remember this. the little rear view mirror. it squeaked just a tad.and the shift.and the horn. Both of my kids loved it!

Mr Magoo--I used to love watching this show as a kid.

there was often a short cartoon before the main feature at the movies. I remember it was often Mr Magoo

Mr. Misty...my favorite!  Make it grape, and a float please!

my favorite! ~ just like when ordering a snow cone, I always chose…

The Partridge Family

Can still sing this. "Come On Get Happy" Partridge Family.and David Cassidy

Top 40 with Casey Kasem - every Sunday morning in the '80s!

Listening to Casey Kasem's American Top 40 countdown on the radio every weekend. "Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.

.1970s Bewitched

Here’s Bewitched comic version covers, for all Bewitched fans! There’s total 12 issues of Bewitched comic, and 2 reprints of issue 1 and.

The struggle was real

Old broken cassette. Image of music, pencil - 23214900

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