Who's Got the Old Maid Vintage Card Game. $18.00, via Etsy.

Who's Got the Old Maid Vintage Card Game. I loved playing Old Maid

1980s video games, Pacman, I think this represents the play because Catherine's mum drove to different shops to find Brussels sprouts the same as Pacman chasing around looking for the different fruits.

PacMan video game (and an electric shock) gives scientists insight into fear

Pac man is the one most iconic video game characters ever. Even people who don't play video games know who this yellow dot muncher is. Thanks Pac man.

THE BANANA SPLITS - Like most 60s/70s bubblegum artists, the Banana Splits starred in a Saturday morning children's TV show.

The Banana Splits, essential TV viewing for any self-respecting kid. One banana, two banana, three banana, four .i loved when punk band the Dickies redid the song!

Mr Benn was my favourite show and I failed to realise how few episodes there actually were of this genius creation.

Mr Benn and the Shopkeeper. As if by magic the shopkeeper appeared.

Klackers - A terrifying 70s toy modelled, surely, on the South American bolas guaranteed to break the wrist of any cack-handed 8 year old, prolly the reason why they were banned :)) - I still have mine (they're green)!!!!!

Mine are pink. Klackers - A terrifying toy modelled, surely, on the South American bolas guaranteed to break the wrist of any cack-handed 8 year old, prolly the reason why they were banned :)) - I still have mine (they're green)!

Opal Fruits (NOT Starburst). 'Made to make your mouth water' :)

Opal Fruits Made To Make Your Mouth Water! Why did they feel the need to change the name to Starburst, sounds like a cleaning product! I still call them Opal Fruits.

Knitting Nancy or I think we called it "French Knitting"

later Dad would make them frm the old wooden sewing cotton spools with 4 tiny nails hammered on top. We then used off-cuts of coloured wool and one of Mum's crochet hooks. Lots of fun and we called it "French Knitting".

The Waltons............;]

The Waltons comes together to celebrate family show's 40th anniversary... but where's John-Boy?

The Waltons. I think we thought of ourselves as the Walton's .we had a lot of kids and a Mary Ellen! Did the "Good Night Mary Ellen, good night John Boy" a lot

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