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Telephone

I wanted one when I was a teenager.

Juke Box

Jukebox If i remember right, it was 5 cents to play a song!

Vintage Maytag Wringer Washer 1930s | eBay

Vintage Maytag Wringer Washer 1930s

I remember using one like this with my Mother in the when we lived in AZ. This machine was in a laundry mat. As a child I helped my Mother with the laundry and we had wringer washers and rinse tubs!

Table jukebox - Some cafes had these at every booth.

A pinner wrote: "Table top jukeboxes in restaurants. Put your coin in at the top and select your favorite song." I remember that each one of us kids was given a nickel and we got to pick out our own song.

It was usually warm juice with a hint of plastic and the slight smell of a baby's bottle.

38 Things That Will Take '80s Kids Back To Their Elementary School Days

The weird taste any drink had when you drank it out of your lunchbox thermos. 38 Things That Will Take Kids Back To Their Elementary School Days

My  mom used these to make  homemade popsicles with these  ~ fromTupperware

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the Tupperware Popsicle Molds. I still have my Mom's old Tupperware Popsicle molds!

Klackers - A terrifying 70s toy modelled, surely, on the South American bolas guaranteed to break the wrist of any cack-handed 8 year old, prolly the reason why they were banned :)) - I still have mine (they're green)!!!!!

Mine are pink. Klackers - A terrifying toy modelled, surely, on the South American bolas guaranteed to break the wrist of any cack-handed 8 year old, prolly the reason why they were banned :)) - I still have mine (they're green)!

Ice Cream with wooden paddle spoon... not sure whether I liked the ice cream or the spoon more!

i remember my slip i filled out: sloppy joe (hated hot dogs) potato chips, orange drink, and this wonderful ice cream cup with the little wood paddle spoon! Ice Cream Cup with Wooden Paddle Spoon.

Cassette recorders (early ‘70s-late ‘90s): "Now there are free apps that can record just about anything. But when we had an oral exam, or really needed to prove our foreign language competency, out came the cassette recorders. Just remember-if you mess up the tape, you can always use a pencil to roll the film back in place!" | 10 ed-tech tools of the 70s, 80s, and 90s

Panasonic Cassette Tape Recorder with built in mic. I got this for my birthday in grade.I thought I was so cool! I could record songs off the tv and radio.Just be quiet!

45's

records had a large hole in the middle. And you couldn't play your 45 rpm records without those little yellow plastic inserts.

getting vintage-- I love old school cookware. Love the stacked color!

Vintage Pyrex casserole dishes in a rainbow of colors including red Friendship, blue Snowflake, & aqua Butterprint patterns

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