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Pet Rock: Is arguably one of the most pointless yet genius toys ever invented. The Pet Rock was a brief fad during the 1975 Christmas season, but it made Gary Dahl a millionaire overnight.

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

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book, my Dad's was brown.

The Carol Burnett Show -- Guaranteed to fill our house with laughter! :-D She & her friends were masters at their craft!

The Carol Burnette Show, a Blast from My Past and One Funny Ass Show with Harvey Korman, Vikki Lawrence, Tim Conway etc!

Show your kids this... this is what TV's used to look like at 1am.

Fab Friday Funny: Remember When TV's Did This

The UNENDING SOUND of the test pattern that you hear on ALL TVs after 12 midnight. Yes, there was nothing to watch after 12 midnight.

Merlin

Merlin game with sounds and red lights. I remember playing this thing a lot in the Such high tech! One of my first electronic games!

Metal cow sound noise maker!

Turn this over and it made a moo sound! I think I remember this from the church nursery when I was little.

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The Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights. --- We ALL looked forward to Sunday evening (every family w/a t. watched the same movie on Sunday, it seemed) ---

My grandma gave me a camera that took film like this, and when I cleaned out my dresser drawers awhile back, I found the undeveloped film!!

Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera! My first camera was a Brownie. My second was a Kodak 110 camera.

Remember the flash cube?

Remember When? Kodak 110 camera with the flash bulb that turned around!

plastic balloons, like Super-Elastic Bubble Plastic. Had lots of fun with this

Loved these juices in wax. Bit top off then drank them

Wax Bottle candy, bite off the top, drink the juice; then chew the wax til flavor was gone.oh yeah.

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: Tupperware Popsicle Molds

Knee High Tie Boots

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the and Tupperware Popsicle Molds- my mom had these exact ones. I remember having many a kool-aid Popsicle from those.

Analog Dreams • National Panasonic Portable Analogue Audio...these were like magic to us

Panasonic cassette tape recorder - I used to put the mic in front of the TV to record my favourite songs from Top Of The Pops

Each worked once per side (4), but you'd have to rotate after each flash.

Flashcubes - You slid a lever to spin the flash after EACH picture. 4 flashes on each bulb then that was it, you had to pop in another flash cube. No cube? No flash! I can still remember the smell they made after you flashed one.

Library cards When I first became librarian at the elementary, we still used these!!

library book check out card. Wow, my baby girl will never know the joy of this or the Dewey Decimal System! The SMELL of books and a library.

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evokes memories Not sure if this is the right year for this view finder, but that's when I remember it.