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Tupperware stencil set and case 1980s 1990s  ahh! wish I could tag a pin! Julianna.. Erica.. anybody?! xD

Tupperware stencil set and case. OMG, the HOURS I spent with these! I never knew they were Tupperware!

Certs Candy Childhood 1980s - 1990s my grandma ALWAYS had these in her purse

My daddy ALWAYS kept green spearmint Certs in his pocket. He NEVER went w/o them! He emptied his pockets every night at bedtime, and he would have his coin change, his wallet, his roll of green Certs, and a black tube of regular/plain ChapStick!

Top 12 Discontinued Sodas and Soft Drinks From the 1980s, 1990s, and Early 2000s

Top 12 Discontinued Sodas and Soft Drinks From the and Early Omg I loved this stuff!

Remember these? I twirled these even after I learned to twirl for real and impressed everyone when I was 7 :)

I twirled these even after I learned to twirl for real and impressed everyone when I was 7 :)niece is one and she twirls these! Can't wait for her to be a twirler!

1980s 1990s Elementary School Book Club Flyers. Scholastic, Troll, Weekly Reader

Troll School Book Club order form brings back memories! I remember when I had enough money saved from chores.I could buy books, maybe score a free poster, and felt like I was something spectacular :) lol.

NA » Stores that don't exist anymore

Stores that don't exist anymore. KAY-BEE Toys was the coolest store ever.

Tang Instant Breakfast Drink - a staple for breakfast out of the trunk of the car when driving all the way to Florida from NY.

Orange Tang Powdered Drink - The astronauts drank it and so did we! It was marketed as healthier than fresh orange juice!

Corduroy. One of my favorite childhood books!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

50 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Child

Corduroy is a sweet story told from the perspective of a stuffed bear who lives in a department store. The story includes morals about love and acceptance. It is a good book for students in grades to read independently or as a class.

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