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Vintage 1970's toy Clackers Klik Klak Popper Knockers **that's what we called them :=) Quick Klack

Vintage PYREX Teal White Casserole Dish w Lid 1960s 60s Blue Smaller Americana Shabby Chic Sixties

Ohhhh, these were dangerous, but oh so fun.I remember getting bruises all over my wrists and arms, lol. Vintage toy Clackers Klik Klak Popper Knockers **that's what we called them :=) Quick Klack

I'm not sure if it was the same glue but I remember the split getting all gummed up.

Vintage school glue bottle ~ the slit would open when you pressed down on the top.

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman 1970s LOVED HER!!! ~ all these workouts tonite wore me out! Taking my tight abs and buns to bed! Night all!

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman LOVED HER! We had a sub in school Mrs.Loudermilk looked just like wonder woman.

Henry Winkler (as Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli aka "The Fonz" or "Fonzie" in 1970's TV show, "Happy Days"

Henry Winkler (as Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli aka "The Fonz" or "Fonzie") in TV show, "Happy Days". Playing the role of the "bad boy" of the series, Fonzie stole the hearts of the teenage generation.

Birthday candle holders - all of my birthday cakes had these!

Vintage Plastic Birthday Candle Holders

Pink birthday candle holders to go with my Cinderella cake. Mom wouldn't have dreamed of serving a store-bought cake. In fact, I don't think we even knew you could buy a birthday cake - period.

Tom's Foods - plastic candy-filled fruits - candy containers and tag scan - 1970's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

Tom's Foods - plastic candy-filled fruits - I remember getting these little plastic fruit containers filled with Pixy-Stix-like powdered candy in my stocking every year for Christmas

Loved pressing the little button that shot the till out :) hours of fun playing shops

Loved pressing the little button that shot the drawer out of the till :) hours of fun playing shops :-)

OMG I remember licking and sticking piles of these in books (wonder I didn't die from glue poisoning!) and my parents taking bundles of books to the shop to trade them in for a crappy toaster!

green shield stamps, my first saturday job.working as a runner in the green shield stamp shop!

vintage 1970s box of Playskool Bristle Blocks The twins had these. We all love to play with them

vintage box of Playskool Bristle Blocks The twins had these. We all love to play with them. Have stored them all away - along with the lego (+ instructions) for the future grandchildren.

Plasticine! Please don't mess the colours up into one big mess - it drives me NUTS !! control freak from an early age !!

Loved playing with this stuff but why did it always end up brown when you mixed the colours together?

In The Guardian, Alexis Petridis penned a fantastic reflection on the UK’s scary public information films of the 1960s to 1980s. For more than 60 years, the government’s Central Office of Information (COI) created FUD-fostering films about talking to strangers, playing with matches, sticking things in electric outlets, rabies, slippery floors, etc. The COI was shut down last week due to funding cuts.

"Charlie Says ." public information films aimed at children, warning of the dangers of hot pots of tea and child kidnappers.

Jackie magazine - and David essex

Jackie magazine featuring David Essex on the If it was still around it would be

Our fashion shopping...remember bomber jackets...

Used to love spending pocket money at C&A, High Street, Croydon, when I was in my teens.