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    We drank pop from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit.

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    • Sandi Boyatt

      We drank Pepsi from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit. I remember going to look for pop bottles to cash in at the store. Good childhood memories.

    • Kimberly Alberson

      We drank soda from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit. / In NY we do the same thing with plastic soda bottles.

    • Peggy Willprecht

      We drank soda from glass bottles and returned the bottles to the store to collect the deposit. fractured my pinky toe when i ran into the corner when i was racing my dad for the wall phone and the pepsi bottles were below it

    • Lisa Hollingsworth

      We collected glass soda bottles to return to the store and collect the deposit to buy penny candy!

    • awethentic style

      We bought 32oz glass bottles and returned bottles to store to collect the deposit.

    • Lora Morse

      Pepsi from glass bottles... return bottles to the store to collect deposit.

    • Steve Andrew

      Glass Soda Bottles, we each got one on pizza night.

    • Liza France

      glass bottles - Dad

    • Cheryl McGowan

      Glass Soda Bottles

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