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RIP Blockbuster

35 things you will never see again. SO funny! So many things from my childhood!

90's nick. I loved these shows! There was a marathon a little bit ago and I"m pretty sure I remember every episode they played.

Old school Nickelodeon - Legends of the hidden temple was my fav.

Skip It! If you were cool... you had one with a counter on it

"Skip it skip it what a wonderful toy! Skip it skip it, fun for a girl or a boy!") I'm not proud to remember that, but I loved mine!

pop-up telephone/address book. who needs an iphone --I remember ours was a copper metal color.

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this

I so remember our school boxes...

School Boxes for School Supplies. They used to be better made than this. It was so exciting to get school supplies! I never grew out of it! I'm always thrilled to shop for and use office and school supplies.

The only thing missing is the gun for Duck Hunt.

This was my childhood, I'm pretty sure we had the same TV, Super Nintendo, Legos, and the kid on the right kind of looks like me as a kid. wondering if this is some lost photo of me as a kid that my sister posted.

I actually spent the first $100 I'd ever saved on one, only to be sorely disappointed when I realized it wouldn't reach from my desk to the bed!

We live in my mother's house with her, as caregivers.a corded phone in EVERY room! and I think everyone we knew then had the list of numbers posted on the wall by the phone]

Passing notes in the hall at school! I had a shoe box FULL of notes from friends & boyfriends!

The original text message: intricately-folded, hand-written notes. I feel sorry for kids growing up with texting that they may never experience the delicate art of "passing notes" without getting caught.

The only way we had movies - if we taped them off tv!

VHS tapes full of all my favorite movies and shows. We recorded off the TV but my neighbors recorded movies they'd rented.

Need it

Better Book Titles - Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell: Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark - Holy Crap, I remember reading this in elementary school!

Christmas for an 80's child

Vintage Life savers story book interior -- A stocking stuffer staple.looked forward each Christmas for the Life Savers that I knew Santa would put in my stocking.

late 1970s things-i-like

Gas prices in 1970 - OMG! I remember those gas prices. I remember this!

Rainbow Brite.  Mis hijas tuvieron munecas de Rainbow brite

Oh Rainbow Bright! I had a rainbow bright doll as a child and I had the horse too!

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