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anyone remember Big Top soda? Pretty sure of the name, used to drink it upstate PA.

1970's Original Shasta Soda Pop Cans All 14 Flavors -- I want a pop, pop, pop... I want a Shasta!

Original Shasta Soda Pop Cans All 14 Flavors -- I want a pop, pop, pop. I want a Shasta! -- Fond memories of my grandpa offering me a Black Cherry Shasta.

1970's in North Highlands,Ca.

Oh, the nickel root beer! a&w root beer drive in ( I loved this place when I was a kid - they had the best root beer floats in the whole wide world - and the drive in was the grooviest!

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1970's Shasta Soda - they had so many flavors, and weird ones like grapefruit and chocolate. The cans had the tabs that pulled off.

I especially remember using the fruit-flavored sugarfree Shasta sodas with unflavored gelatin to make Weight Watchers "jello"

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Creepy Crawlers Thing maker - I can still remember the smell of the heated goop.

I remember buying Pixy Stix and pouring the colored sugar into my mouth.

I remember these being a thing in 6th grade. The boys would make their own, so hot it would make their face and necks turn red

I remember these being a thing in 6th grade. The boys would make their own, so hot it would make their face and necks turn red

DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN

2 keys per car, one for the door and trunk, and one for the ignition. Still have the round door/trunk key from the Lincoln.

*sure~fire way to acquire a headache as a child!!!

WHAM-O: 1970 Super Elastic Bubble Plastic loved the scent of the presumably toxic fumes from these things OMG they smelled soo bad !

Nik-L-Nip:  Sweet syrup in little wax bottles.  I loved these as a kid (I think mostly because the little bottles were so neat!).

Nik-L-Nip -- sweet syrupy drink inside little wax bottles. I loved this as a kid! Would chew the wax when the drink was gone to get that last little bit of flavor.

Great stuff

I loved this stuff. Remember sneaking and eating it straight up :-). PDQ Chocolate was a popular drink mix in the and It was manufactured by Ovaltine. It has been sold as "PDQ Chocolate Flavor Beads"

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