Letting glue dry on your hand, just so you could peel it off!

Letting glue dry on your hand just so you could peel it off! I can also remember trying to make fake glue "fingernails" by pouring Elmer's glue into the grooves for my pencils inside my school desk.

`Kids now days won't know how these work!

Rotary Dial~ Phone numbers used to be according to letter, e., Lincoln 54321 So the phone number was 545 321 and that's why we originally had letters on our rotary phones.

Who remembers this chewing gum as a kid

Gold Rush Bubble Gum by Topps. I used to get this at our local Woolworth dime store.

Sitting by radio waiting to press record!

I had those memorex tapes! Recording songs off the radio was an art! Hahaha :) "i used to spend hours recording songs off the radio. I still have a couple mixed tapes.

Matchbox big yellow bear cot toy / baby activity centre 1980s retro vintage EX.C | eBay

Matchbox big yellow bear cot toy / baby activity centre retro vintage - my baby brother had this :-)

Wade Whimsies Red Rose Tea ornaments by 416Vintage, $28.00

Wade Whimsies Red Rose Tea ornaments by My gran and papa had these in their living room and I used to play with them as a kid.

Free milk at school

In 1944 the Eduction Act in the UK provided free milk pint) and meals to everyone under I used to be a milk monitor and that meant getting to school early and taking crates to the class rooms.

If you were a kid in the uk in the 70s, this man needs no introduction - but it is derek griffith.

Derek Griffiths (born 15 July Woking, Surrey, England) is a British actor who appeared in numerous British children's television series in the to present, more recently has played parts in TV drama.

Cream Soda was my favourite. didn't get it much but when we did it was amazing♡☆♡

#129 – The Popman!

Who remembers the Popman? Did they exist outside the North of England? Growing up in the and a visit from the Popman was almost as exciting as one from the ice cream van.

Jack Hargreaves

Jack Hargreaves Out Of Town , TV programme full of the old ways of doing things.

"Here is a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play. But this box can hide a secret inside. Can you guess what is in it today ?"

"Here is a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play. But this box can hide a secret inside. Can you guess what is in it today ?" - one of my favourite programmes ever!

World of Sport with Dickie

Who Remembers Dickie Davies on 'World Of Sport' - better than Des Lynam?

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