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Anglo bubbly bubble gum. Large, hard bubble gums with an acquired taste.

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Tizer wonderful orange fizzy stuff, but Mummy would only buy it for parties. We felt very hard done by compared to our cousins who had it all the time.

Tizer - The Appertizer. This was great with vanilla ice cream (Tizer Floats)

Hard candy

Hard candy

Mild Green Fairy Liquid bottle from the seventies( the red top I used for fishing.)

Mild Green Fairy Liquid bottle from the seventies- memories of pestering mum for the empty bottle, fill with water, many happy hours through summer hols- play was so simple then.

Casio VL-1 VL-Tone. It was the greatest when Dad let me play with it. Orange button was the best button!

The Casio a ridiculously portable little keyboard. I suffered for my art.

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Pong Made in Germany 1977 - ok didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

I always had too much hair and they would never clip. I was so jealous of girls with thin hair who could rock the banana clip.

I tried to force my loose natural hair into a banana clip this morning. I have grown to love banana clips and use them fairly regularly n.

Drinking Bird Remember these. They were so much fun. Ours sat on the window sill above the kitchen sink.

The original footsie

The Footsie was one great toy! Rarely has a toy reemerged over and over again as a hit “new toy” as the Lemon Twist (or Jingle Jump, Footsie, Skip-A-Roo, or Skip It) has done. First introduced in the late as the Footsie toy,