toys from 1990's | polly pocket released back in 1990 s

50 Things You Will Never Get For Christmas Again. Oh man, talk about a blast from the past! I had this exact Polly Pocket!

Ceefax - Precursor to the internet! Only totally infuriating!!!

Ceefax - Precursor to the internet! Only totally infuriating! Would wait forever for the relevant page to come round then by the time you found the Hold button on the remote you'd missed the page!

I'd just like to clarify that even back then, I NEVER wore one of these and I thought the kids who did were idiots. Rave on.

pacifier necklace- These were really hot in middle school or high school for some reason.

1930 - Vintage Be-Ro recipes. Mum used a Bero book for all our favourite cake and tray bake recipes.

1930 - Vintage Be-Ro recipe pamphlet - I still have this little Be-Ro Book! Brought with me in 1981 after being given it by my Aunt Bett!

Crisp sandwiches. Forget Cucumber Sandwiches. This Was High Tea in my House!!

A crisp sandwich in English chip sandwich chipwich potato chip sandwich crisp sarnie or chippy sandwich in North American or Australian English is

Brush Strokes - starring Karl Howman as house painter Jack. This BBC sitcom aired between 1986 and 1991

Brush Strokes starring Karl Howman as house painter Jack, a BBC sitcom airing between 1986 and 1991 with its theme sung by Kevin Rowland of Dexy's Midnight Runners.


Frankie Howerd - 6 March 1917 – 19 April Comedian and comic actor, educated at Shooters Hill Grammar School. He lived in the "Eltham Hutments". The Wetherspoons pub called The Banker's Draft has is themed around Howerd and other famous residents.

Postman Pat! I loved Postman Pat as a child and just before we got the news that H needed glasses, he discovered my stash of loft treasures and fell in love with the books too :-)

Postman Pat

Postman Pat, Postman Pat, Postman Pat and his black and white cat. before he got married, had a kid, and was able to deliver the post in a helicopter.

In the 50s we used to have bread and dripping (beef fat)

Bread and dripping.and they thought dipping in seasoned oil was new!