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35 things you will never see again...correction I have one of these bad boys in my purse!

I LOVED THESE. Those silly rubber "Poppers" that you'd flip inside out, place on a table, and watch it scare the crap out of you when it finally popped and righted itself. Admit it, you flinched every single time.

played Dots - self designed game played mostly in school ... sometimes in class.

Who else played this?

Have spent hours playing the game of squares.we called it the dot game

I was given a Care Bear by the nurse that delivered me and thanks to my mom, she is still in perfect condition.... even though I dragged her EVERYWHERE! Her name is Felicia.

80 Totally Awesome Things From The '80s

pink plastic basket purse vintage 80s by goodkisser on Etsy

pink plastic basket purse vintage mine was yellow! Carried it as a beach bag.

1-Best 80's TV Show - Made in Canada :)   #KickinItAppleCheeks

Fraggle Rock - "Dance your cares away. Worries for another day. Let the music play. Down in Fraggle Rock"

90's kids know all about this fun paper fortune teller!!! It funny because we did this so much in elementary school that they ended up being banned, so we felt like such rebels when we made them anyway

how fun these used 2 be!>>> kids know all about this fun paper fortune teller! It funny because we did this so much in elementary school that they ended up being banned, so we felt like such rebels when we made them anyway

POGS!!!!! had a lot of the ones that are in this pic.  Can you still buy these?  Man I should have kept some of my toys.

No one is sure about what they were or how you should play with them, but collecting Pogs was all the rage during the early My kids collected these!

The Best 70's and 80's Toys ohh my grandma always had these @ her house!

Waterful Ring Toss Water Game - toy from the (Bing Images). I used to play with this for hours (well, not hours) during long car rides and rainy days at camp when I was couped up inside.

This was one of my favourite TV shows as a child, I loved he could change his head - "I'll just put me thinking head on" - and Aunt Sally, just perfect!

You wear it well, Worzel, er... Rod

Worzel Gummidge and Aunt Sally. My fave childhood programme :)

The lost art of cassette tape spines.

The Lost Art of Cassette Design by Steve. I remember spending hours hitting "play+record" making mix tapes & drawing the sleeves during the tracks. A well planned & decorated tape was always gratefully received by your mates.

Plasticine - eggs in a basket - first model at school. Always showed that creative side!

Brightly colored modeling clay for hours of creative fun. (Children's craft item from England.) It was called Plasticine folks, stunk too.

Bike reflectors out of kellogs cereal boxes! I miss free toys with breakfast!

Bike reflectors out of kellogs cereal boxes! I miss free toys with breakfast! Had these in every possible colour