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not a very good picture, but I saved forever to get this trapper keeper

not a very good picture, but I saved forever to get this trapper keeper

Remember making these...lol! I have a school picture with them on!

braided barrette - I had a ton of these in every color combo. My mom was obsessed!

AIM was my life back then. I used to get excited with I "direct connected"

AIM was my life back then. I would spend hours chatting

On the playground where I spent most of my days. Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool & all shooting some b-ball outside of the school. when a couple of guys, they were up to no good,started making trouble n my neighboorhood. I got in one little fight and my mom got scared & said "You're moving with your auntie and uncle in Bel-air... Hahahaha so true!

on a playground is where i spent most of my days.Will Smith as The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

I miss these....sorry iTunes

records had a large hole in the middle. And you couldn't play your 45 rpm records without those little yellow plastic inserts.

Did you have one like this? I used to have many!

I used to have so many of these hair clips when I was little all diff colors lol

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This has always been a great idea - adoption! I loved my Cabbage Patch daughter as a girl.

Trapper Keeper ~ Can you hear the Velcro? ~ "Trapper Keeper is a brand of loose-leaf binder created by Mead. Popular with students in the United States, Canada and parts of Latin America from the 1970s to the 1990s, it featured sliding plastic rings (instead of standard snap-closed metal binder rings), folders, and pockets to keep schoolwork and papers, and a wrap around flap with a Velcro closure (originally a metal snap closure)."

you had to cover your trapper keeper with lisa frank stickers.I had this exact trapper keeper. and tons and tons of stickers.

T_T where did those days gooooo!?!?!?

You might be a kid, if. I just had flashbacks to my childhood. I miss old school Lisa Frank. Also, my Beanie Babies aren't worth the millions I thought they were going to be.

Do you remember them?

Do you remember them

Funny pictures about Do you remember them? Oh, and cool pics about Do you remember them? Also, Do you remember them?

1960s poppet beads uk -

Uh, all the time!~Pop-Beads to make bracelet and necklaces, loved them:)

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