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Slinky Toy Hits Shelves in 1945

The original slinky toy I got one of these as a Christmas present when I was a kid.

School paste in a jar, with the brush in the lid - our first school glue.  It was put on a piece of paper wipes and we were to use our fingers to spread it - or eat it - whatever!

School paste in a jar, with the brush in the lid - our first school glue. It was put on a piece of paper wipes and we were to use our fingers to spread it - or eat it - whatever! I remember liking the smell of it.

ok. Lemme take a moment...this was my first Thermos. Ate so many soups and rice in this thing!

Strawberry Shortcake thermos Younger remember I had this one? It matched my Strawberry Shortcake lunchbox.

Avon lipstick samples My Dad used to bring home PRETTY PEACH perfume for me when he worked in an avon factory

I remember these avon lipstick samples! My mom sold Avon when I was young.she had these little lipsticks in her samples.

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L'eggs Display & We kept and collected those shiny plastic egg shaped packages. I loved the L'eggs hose.

Cats Cradle

Cats Cradle

Yummy... Orange push up pop. Used to get these from the ice cream man all the time!

push-ups.my favorite! Whenever the ice cream truck slowed down enough for us to catch it I ALWAYS got a push-up (orange sherbet)

Manual pencil sharpeners #80s #sneakyexp https://www.facebook.com/events/163703797115543/

Old school pencil sharpener, I remember dreading to get up and sharpen my pencil in class. Everyone looks up and watches ya and then you take the pencil out and have to turn it a different way to get the other side sharp as well.

Pink-n-Ink eraser. The blue side would tear a hole in the page if you weren't careful

Pink-n-Ink eraser. The pink side was for removing pencil. The blue side was to remove ink and would tear a hole in the page if you weren't careful.

My Auntie had these flash cubes all over the house!

Kodak Instamatic Camera with GE Flashcube. This was a major innovation in its time. I just remember burning my fingers when I changed the flashcube.

aquaplay

Remember playing this water game called Aquaplay? It was fun to try & get those rings onto the posts using puffs of water.

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