BBC Test card

The iconic BBC test card F, starring Bubbles the Clown: terrifying viewers since 1967

MOUSIE - MOUSIE.....SPEARS GAMES c1963... I had this, I cant remember how you play it, but I remember it!

SPEARS GAMES I remember this game but with a huge orange wedge of cheese instead of the bucket. Can't remember how we played it but it was a game for pre-schoolers!

Eerste computerspel pong, speelde je op de tv!

Pong Made in Germany 1977 - ok didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

I think everyone's house had at least one of these! My mum still has hers!

Wooden Antelope - my Mum had one of these which we knocked an antler off!

Dick Dastardly and Muttley! #wackyraces

Dick Dastardly and Muttley - Big Fan of Hannah Barbera, This was a great cartoon. Two of the best voices in cartoon history.

Joe and Petunia, 1970s

Public information adverts - Joe & Petunia ( Coastguard info ad) Joe sees a man drowning but Petunia only has eyes for the Lifeguard. Loved these films, classy and they did what they were supposed

Metal Roller SKATES.. yo tenía estos, blancos!

Metal Roller SKATES by Marvel

I had a set of skates like this, too - these are the type of skates being referred to in the Melanie song "Brand New Key" in the Hewlett-Packard ad. You were in big doggy-poo if you lost your key

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Previous pinner says:!Top of the Pops albums. These albums, often sold for in Woolworths, contained all the chart hits, but performed by Butlins cabaret bands, who were paid with beer and crisps.


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<3 I loved these I had a Pair of White ones <3 in the 60,s <3

Clark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia These were the shoes I wore in elementary school! I loved these shoes!

Sweet wrappers over the years - Page 23

Given these as a prize at school sports day and cried because I wanted jelly tots instead. I never forgave Tooty Frooties.

Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.

My mum always made us drink this is we had a day off sick from school. Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.

Spangles

Mars Spangles Flavours - loved the acid drops. These were the best sweets of my childhood. You could always afford a packet of spangles.

1970s MUNCH BUNCH PENCIL TOPPER ORANGE (one of a series that came from a cereal packet)

MUNCH BUNCH PENCIL TOPPER ORANGE - This came up in a search for something else, but how cool. I had this exact topper, I also had that pencil or one that looked very similar!

fuzzy felts!  I'd forgotten all about these.  I LOVED these!

Vintage/retro toy FUZZY-FELT 'PICTURES' Made in England I had one of these. I also have a newer one in my storeroom at school-must get it out for the kids!

Matey bubble bath

Matey Bubble Bath Why did Matey have to change the old version of this bubble bath? Fab bottle and it used to make your bath water blue - bring it back!

Oh this was grown up choccy...

Old Jamaica chocolate bars launched in Dads favourite when I was a child, much better than the copies nowadays!

baby cham - for the grown ups

Babycham was probably one of the first alcoholic drinks I had. My mum & Grandma drank it. I agree with above comment but my sister use to drink brandy and babycham!

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