Ye aulde skate key. I could never get those blasted things to stay on, nohow.
Metal ice cube trays. I learned the hard way as a kid: don’t take the insert out while carrying it. *splosh*
I was about 10 years old when this stuff became popular. I thought it was the coolest thing since sliced bread.
When I got my very own camera, I went through these things like there was no tomorrow. They smelled good after they had been used.
I think my kids probably know what this is, but I doubt they have ever used one.
Most of our home movies were taken with something that looked very much like this.
Yes, I had one. Davy was my hero.
I loved filling up the books. There were Blue Chip stamps, Gold Strike Stamps, and Plaid Stamps, too.
They had a mockup of one of these on display at the Civil Defense center in Manhattan.
We’d go down to the center and grab a bunch of these, and then pass them out to people on the street. “Take this card, madam, it may save your life.” 11-year-old civic service…
“At birth Stuart could have been sent by first class mail for three cents, but his parents preferred to keep him rather than send him away.” – Stuart Little, E.B. White
The only real yo-yo ever made. The Duncan Imperial™. My buddy Walt and I got ours at Korvette’s.
The Old Wolf has spoken.