Flashcubes - remember the smell after you used them?

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.

Whenever you went to buy shoes, the salesperson always sat on one of these to measure your foot. Yep.

The shoe salesman sat on this and you put your foot on the front to try on shoes at the shoe store. ~~ "The Talking Tree" Childrens Shoe Store

These were always around!  Everybody used them for pencil boxes at school.  King Edward cigar box

My Dad smoked these so I always had an ample supply of empty cigar boxes. We put our crayons in them.

Pomegranetes eaten with a needle!....lol - used to take forever!

Research shows this fruit’s juice has more inflammation-fighting antioxidants than red wine or green tea. Eat some fresh pomegranate or use it in an age-fighting scrub!

Corking! I made miles of knitted yarn

Punniken met een houten klosje - ''Spool Knitting,'' on an empty thread spool

Sugar Cube Polio Vaccination. Handed out in elementary school.

Between 1962 and 1965 about 100 million Americans (roughly of the population at that time) received the Sabin vaccine. I remember standing in line for my sugar cube polio vaccination.

End of sweet rationing in Britain, 1953

Stock Photo : War and Conflict, Post World War Two, Great Britain, pic: April Three London children enjoy the thrill of purchasing lollipops as the Hackney sweetshop well stocked with sweets as rationing becomes a thing of the past