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If You Were Born Before 1999, This List Is Your Entire Childhood

If You Were Born Before 1999, This List Is Your Entire Childhood

25 signs you grew up with Disney! Your movie collection looks something like this: Including the prince of Egypt actually!

TV Shows From The 1970S | Larry Hagman was reluctant to be on a new TV show called “Dallas ...

Dallas~Mom and Dad, Aunt and Uncle watched this on Friday nights together while us cousins played Barbies in my bedroom. I miss those days! Even we can remember the "Who shot JR discussions.

Great comedy and ventriloquist act!

MADAMES PLACE: looking back I'm shocked at the stuff my parents let me watch. They were conservative and christian and they let me watch things I probably wouldn't let my own kids watch.

litebrite,,Lite-Brite: Making things with light… lightbulb not included.  Were you a “follow the dots” or a “create your own picture” kind of kid?

28 Radical Toys From the 70s & 80s

Someone gave me a LiteBrite when I was about 6 yo. It wasn't my favorite toy by any means, but I did spend a fair amount of time playing with it. I think for me, it just brings back memories of being 6 years old again.

dynamite the cast of mash | Dynamite magazine covers (1981-1983) - Click Americana

Dynamite magazine covers (1981-1983

Dynamite magazine covers Loved this magazine. I used to have a subscription to it.

Buster Brown Brand When I was a little girl I used to drag my mom to the Buster Brown Shoe Store.  Would show her the pair I was lusting for and then tell her they only had one pair left in my size!  Eventually to shut me up no doubt she would get them for me!!!  Spoiled child?  Yes!

Buster Brown Shoes--everybody had a pair of Buster Brown's." I'm Buster Brown, I live in a shoe. That's my dog, Tige, he lives there too!

Do You Remember... Your Miss Beesly Doll I loved her little plastic glasses!

Family Affair - TV show. Pictured are Kathy Garver (Cissy), Anissa Jones (Buffy), Johnny Whitaker (Jody), Uncle Bill Davis (Brian Keith), and Mr.

The Card Catalog-everybody knew how to alphabetize in the old days!

prehistoric googling ~ a time when everybody new the Dewey Decimal system.or use a Librarian to find a book!