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Who could ever forget the "Flipping" sound of these alarm clocks!

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I remember doing some market research testing on these things when they first came out when I was a kid!

candies -whistle pop- one of the coolest suckers. It sucked when you got one the whistle pop was broke :(

Orangevertevintage — Boite A Musique Fisher Price Vintage

Orangevertevintage — Boite A Musique Fisher Price Vintage

Jas had one, in 1986

Busy Box, Fischer price activity center -- this was in our cribs when we were little.

i had ths wen i was a kid

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The Speak and Spell toy was one of the first electronic handheld toys. As the name suggests the Speak and Spell invented by Texas Instruments was intended to be both fun and educational. It taught children how to spell.

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Throwback Thursday: Who remembers the good ol' Speak & Spell? I don't know about you guys, this toy was kind of cool :P What was your favorite toy growing up?

Telefoonklapper..wat een lelijk ding, die hadden wij ook thuis :)

Things of the past - Dingen van vroeger ( Telefoonklapper. Oma had several of these.

This is the Atari 2600.The first house console

no lower case allowed.

#Spirograph the things you drew with this kit were really cool. I wonder what happened to mine? UPDATE!! Walmart has newer versions of the Spirograph. The Deluxe one is $24 and they have a smaller one for $15.. The 90s may have a chance to return after all.

Vintage Spirograph game 1968 No 401 Canadian by PourToujours - OMG I loved Spirograph when I was a kid - I spent hours and hours using it.

Yep, I'm old.

Old school yellow rotary wall phone. Had one just like it on the kitchen wall growing up and the cord was sooo stretched out!

Jaw Breakers... the next best thing to Gob Stoppers!!.

Jaw Breakers Candy - another staple!

Trapper Keeper ~ Can you hear the Velcro? ~ "Trapper Keeper is a brand of loose-leaf binder created by Mead. Popular with students in the United States, Canada and parts of Latin America from the 1970s to the 1990s, it featured sliding plastic rings (instead of standard snap-closed metal binder rings), folders, and pockets to keep schoolwork and papers, and a wrap around flap with a Velcro closure (originally a metal snap closure)."

you had to cover your trapper keeper with lisa frank stickers.I had this exact trapper keeper. and tons and tons of stickers.

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We couldn't wait to get the Sears Christmas Book every year. My brother & I would sit for hours circling the things we wanted. I remember circling in the wish book too.