transistor radio. I used to fall asleep to this radio every time I spent the night at my grandparents house.

A transistor radio with a saddle-stitch case and a handle. My dad bought me this exact radio when I was 10 for Christmas

Remember when

Waring Electric Can Opener Harvest Gold with Knife Sharpener Retro Kitchen Appliance Retro Kitchenware Kitchen

#The70s - \We all had birthstone rings. I got mine on Christmas 1979.

Crystal Kids Adjustable Birthstone Ring I got one from my first boyfriend in the fourth grade!

Bubblicious

I love the cotton candy bubblegum bubbleicious. It tastes a little like cotton candy and then tastes like regular bubble gum!

Best glasses ever!  Wish Tupperware still sold them.

Ohmygosh my Grandmother had these. Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold. So many great memories.

Glass Marbles. Shhhh, I still have some of mine.

Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage I still love marbles! Used to play them at recess in elementary school. The principal regarded it as gambling and put a stop to it. I was a elementary recess, draw a circle in the dirt, marble gambler too!

Remember Yardley lipstick in the light and white frost colors?

Remember Yardley lipstick in the light and white frost colors? Begged my mother to let me wear lipstick.

Uhm.... Ok I'm old.... I remember this.... We played it with floppy discs

Oregon Trail on original Apple Computers. Someone please say they remember this back in Elementary School, besides me!

Glue (or "gum"). The hole used to glue shut

Vintage school glue bottle ~ the slit would open when you pressed down on the top.

Mary Jane shoes. Didn't we all wear these?!

A new pair of black patent leather Mary Jane shoes every year for Easter. All grown up and still like patent leather shoes.

The portable cassette player. Could play on mains electricity too, if you paid enough. Mp3' players were just a dream.

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!

'70s

I loved having a tape recorder. Yes I remember this. Now tape recorders are digital. Not cassette tape needed.

Jelly shoes

Yup, I admit, I had a pair of lavender Jellie Shoes. I think I even had the Jellie bracelets to match.

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