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No one ever knows what the heck I'm talking about when I start up with the yip yip yip uh-huh uh-huhs! But I'd forgotten about the uh-huh parts

Muppet Central forum: ideas for making a yip-yip finger puppet. "So here's the big part: Hold your hand in the classic "L" (or Loser) position with the Thumb and Index finger at a 90 degree angle.    Imaging you have a Martian finger puppet on your index finger, with the mouth hanging open toward your thumb.    Now Imagine a string going from the mouth of a Martian Finger Puppet into the upper lip (on your index finger) and down and INSIDE the puppet going down your finger about 1/2 way..."

Yip yip yip yip yip yip uh huh uh huh These guys are my favorites!

Sesame Street

We were the Sesame Street generation. I was in grade 1 and Sesame Street had started the year before.Grover-Near.

oh, yeah this is how teachers corrected student work before the days of teacher in-service

Nothing made you happier than seeing this when walking into a classroom as a kid. And now as a teacher nothing makes me happier than seeing this in my classroom still!

Original Fisher-Price Little People

The Fisher-Price Little People Family.these are the little people I had growing up!

McDonald's Cookies

McDonaldland Cookies, I miss these! Plain old chocolate chip cookies at McD's is just boring! Loved these as a kid. Need to bring these back!

Lady Elaine Fairchild- Frightening, but definitely brings me back to growing up in the 80's!!

Lady Elaine Fairchild--creepy creepy creepy puppet from Mr.s Roger's Neighborhood

Original New York Seltzer- These were amazingly good. The neighborhood kids would walk to Cogo's for these ;)

Original New York Seltzer. early Line of non-caffeinated soda marketed as all natural. I bet you think it was started in New York? Try Walnut, CA. loved the cream soda one from her a deli!

Jellies - had to have 'em in every color  they were the style

80 Totally Awesome Things From The '80s

I wouldn't wear Jelly Shoes today, but I used to have a pair in EVERY color! I wore them all the time; they were my favorite shoe.

Trip Down Memory Lane - One of the funnest games from my childhood. They sure don't make them like this anymore.

Trip Down Memory Lane

rainbow connection uke tabs, this version is easier but doesn't sound as good.

Scott, the host of the show, is a longtime fan of the Muppets and Jim Henson. We've had an entire episode dedicated to the Muppets. There has also been a tribute to Jim and an Extra interview with Julianna Donald of The Muppets Take Manhattan.