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Chuckles

When I was a kid in the these were my absolute favorite candy ever. Which one did you eat first? (I started with cherry) Which one did you save for last? (black licorice, my favorite!

Charms Assorted Squares

Charms Assorted Squares

Charms candies have been around since the Charms Assorted Squares are individually wrapped candy squares in lime, grape, orange, lemon, raspberry and cherry. There are 10 wrapped pieces per ro

Vintage Barbie Case and Clothes

Vintage Barbie Case and Clothes Recognize that dress anywhere and those plastic hangers. Loved to take out my Barbie & Case full of clothes to play Barbies!

Bit-o-honey - corner store, chewy purchase

Cold, inordinately chewy, and if you managed to make it malleable, it adhered to the surface of your molars like epoxy. mudwerks: “ MB_Bit_O_Honey (by PopKulture) ”

they will never know...... http://media-cache2.pinterest.com/upload/113012271869406879_NJhiyOJL_f.jpg mjames50 funny cuteness and inspiring

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.

"Safety suckers" for little kids.  The handles were a sort of stiff string, which got kinda floppy halfway through the candy.  They were supposed to be less of a choking hazard than the paper sticks.

Saf-T-Pops, I remember the bank tellers & grocery cashiers handing these out for the time when they chgd the stick, we use to unravel the paper handle on these.

5 cents candy. Always loaded up at Karmazzi' s.

MONTAGE OF PENNY & FIVE CENT CANDY – 1950s

I grew up in the the prices of some of the candy may have been more than a penny. My allowance from grandma stilled allowed me to buy more candy than dentist would recommend. I learned to read the packaging and pricing of each candy.

Life Savers Butter Rum Candy Rolls: 20-Piece Pack

LifeSavers Hard Candy Rolls - Butter Rum: 20-Piece Pack

OH how I miss you!!.

I'm not a fan of flavored water, but I LOVED Clearly Canadian in high school.

We put this crap on our boo boos when I was a kiddo, it stained our skin a bright pink red color!!

my dad would always put this on my scrapes/cuts. The bright red color made me think my bruise was even worse than it was. And it stung like fire on a cut or scrape.

Had one hanging on the wall right next to our kitchen phone

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this

Nik-L-Nip - OMG what memories.  There was barely enough to wet your lips in these little plastic bottles.

Nik-L-Nip. Wax bottles filled with flavored liquid. Bite off the top, drink, then chew the wax.

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