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Remember when you got these tablets when you went to the dentist or the dentist came to school?

Chewing disclosing tablets so that you could see how good a job you were doing at brushing your teeth: Elementary School Days

<3 Judy Blume books...

<3 Judy Blume books...

Loved these guys

Sesame Street Super Grover T-Shirt

" This shirt features the Yip Yips who are popular characters on the television show Sesame Street.

I remember this!!!!

I still have my dad& and all the unused tape from the

Remember these pills you took to find out how many cavities you had?  The school gave these out and students took them home to try.

Dental disclosing tablets - the red ink stain to teach you how to brush teeth

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Remember Retro: Critter Sitters! MGFL! www.facebook.com/thegirlfriendbook.com www.thegirlfriendlife.com www.thegirlfriendbook.com

Body on Tap Beer Shampoo or Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific shampoo!

"Body On Tap Beer Shampoo. Supposedly of it was beer but my hair didn't stink." Only in the could they come up with beer-enriched shampoo.

Do kids today even know what outside is?

Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Too bad as adults we can't just go out on break at work and roll down the nearest hill

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?

KISS MY GRITS!! - Flo, she worked at Mel's Diner on the hit television sitcom Alice. A man asked Flo, I've heard you say that for years. Exactly where ARE a woman's grits? She grinned that grin and said, Aw darlin', half the fun of grits is lookin' for um ;-)"

Alice (Television Show). The spunky waitress at Mel's Diner, who constantly told people to "Kiss My Grits!

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