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I can remember when these were a big "treat" when I was a kid!  Imagine that - wishing we could have this instead of Momma's homemade cooking.  LOL

TV Dinners in Aluminum Trays. I grew up eating the Swanson turkey dinners and roast beef dinners.

Nel caso ci sono genti che non sanno un metodo sicuro per la frangetta, adesso Scotch tape.

fringe trim scotch tape ad This must be the ad my mom saw when she cut my bangs. The tape slipped and my bangs were NOT even and way short.

Nothing beats peanut butter and chocolate in a cereal.  Reese's Puffs aren't even close.

General Mills - Introduced 1984 E. Cereal was a "peanut butter and chocolate-flavored crispy, sweetened cereal". The cereal pieces came in the shapes of the capital letters "E" and "T".

Certs. Impelable para las parejitas... que los compartían.

My daddy ALWAYS kept green spearmint Certs in his pocket. He emptied his pockets every night at bedtime, and he would have his coin change, his wallet, his roll of green Certs, and a black tube of regular/plain ChapStick!

Did you drink Clearly Canadian in the 80's?   I did!      ~D~

I'm not a fan of flavored water, but I LOVED Clearly Canadian in high school.

The Wowee Whistle.  These came out around Halloween each year.  They were made of wax, similar to the wax candy lips that you can still get.  You blew on the whistle until you got tired (a skilled musician could actually produce songs), then you chewed up the wax.  The wax was infused with a flavor similar to Beeman's gum, and was quite tasty.

The Wowee Whistle. These came out around Halloween each year. They were made of wax, similar to the wax candy lips. You blew on the whistle until you got tired then you chewed up the wax. Quite tasty.

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