I loved these. I had a pair in every color....my Mom would get so mad at the clickey clonckety noise they made

Scholl's Exercise Sandals, circa I loved mine! I had 2 colors.

45 rpm Spindle Inserts. Not being able to find one, grrr.

records had a large hole in the middle. And you couldn't play your 45 rpm records without those little yellow plastic inserts.

I don't know why we did this, but we did...

Yes and putting glue on our hands, just for the thrill of peeling it off. I also put Ralgex and Algipan on my arms to feel the burn. Guess you had to find some way of enjoying yourself , if you didn't have that many toys lol !

Roller blackboards. My history master was very fond of aiming the wooden duster at pupils who misbehaved.

Roller blackboards and the wheeled ones, our science teacher used to put the kids who didn't behave behind it lol been there a few times myself :) not a very popular teacher i think the whole class would have been behind if he had his way hahaha

These were so cool

Do you remember the View Master? Love the View Master, Mom still has one at home.

address book

address book - Grandma had one of these in her kitchen beside the phone and I remember playing with it.

Parker black Quink ink

OMG I remember carefully opening the cap of this to refill my fountain pens everyday back in elementary school - we were not allowed to use pencils/ballpoint pens.

Morcambe and Wise - must be the greatest ever TV era double act.

Morecome & Wise TV Series Bring me sunshine in your smile, bring me laughter all the while.Let your arms be as warm as the sun from up above, Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me lovvvvvvve! Eric Morecambe And Ernie Wise - Comedians.

This looks like a shop we went in . . The money use to be sent over our heads in little pods

Well, I took a bit of time to sleep on it and do a little thinking about colours etc and now the room is nearing com. worked in a haberdashery shop like this

Eric Estrada...boy did he look yummy in uniform and shades

TV Show "CHIPS" Erik Estrada as Officer Frank "Ponch" Poncherell. and Larry Wilcox as Patrolman "Jon"

U.K 1970s soap opera

crossroads cast 1970 - Mum watched this while my brother and I ate our tea.