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Gillette anni 70'...che Barba!

I can remember Dad using a safety razor & before that the even older 'cut throat' razor.

Remember this glue in elementary school?  Used to cut pictures from sales flyers and catalogs to glue with this onto paper for Christmas lists!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid

Looney Tunes Ending

Cartoons on Saturday Morning Speed Buggy! I watched this cartoon on Saturday mornings! One of my favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon

Before disposal diapers, our babies wore cloth diapers and rubber pants.

Every one of my kids wore cloth diapers and rubber pants. Before the day of disposable diapers, cloth diapers were pinned on and then covered with waterproof pants which were referred to as "rubber pants.

Drive-In Reminiscing I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these?  Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!!  In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater.  The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota.

Drive-In Reminiscing

Drive-In Movie Sound System.Speakers at the drive in.one for your car.one for the car on the other side of you.what fun it was! Not so much fun to drive away at the end of the movie with the speaker still clipped to your window!

I totally remember the metal skates with the keys that attached to your shoes.

Just like my old adjustable Metal Roller Skates. Remember the song, "I've got a brand new pair of roller skates, you got a brand new key"? My kids asked what the heck keys had to do with skates.

c1970 Kohner Pluto Push Puppet - Maxi size.

Pluto Maxi-Push Puppet -You could buy them at Five Dimes, what we called 'the Dime store. I loved mine! Played with it for hours!

coin purse. Loved playing with these

Rubber change purses in many colors. I remember these!

Did you ever open a can with a key?

Cans where you needed a 'key' that was attached to the bottom to open it up. I sure do remember opening cans with a key.

Foot dimmer

High Beam floor switch you pushed with your foot to switch from low to high beam lights while driving. Then when you were in a car with the switch on the steering wheel, you'd be stomping the floor like crazy!

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: Tupperware Popsicle Molds

Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the and Tupperware Popsicle Molds