Woo-hoo! Kool-Aid's arch enemy!

FUNNY FACE DRINK MIXES
With names like Goofy Grape, Rootin' Tootin' Raspberry,
Choo Choo Cherry, Freckle Face Strawberry, Loud Mouth Punch
and Jolly Olly Orange...what kid could resist this treat?
Cyclamates were the downfall of Funny Face, and blip...
they were gone!
Strawberry Shortcake, Popeye, G.I. Joe, you name it,
they all were made into
COLORFORMS
We loved these toys!  
Notice-the 3 Stooges set had Curly, not Shemp!
Who remembers wearing one of these
in the 70's?

The CPO Jacket
These jackets were a must have if you didn't want
to be considered a geek.
Did anyone have
this
Panasonic
Radio
?
How high-tech
was this?
What color
did you have?
Or did you
ride the
Inchworm?
He looks like
a cousin to
the famous
Glowworm!
Wow, does this bring back memories!
Unlike today's kids,
our bikes were our parent's
mini-vans.  If you had two wheels, the world
was yours!
And what better two wheels to have, than those
on a
BANANA BIKE!
Ours were pink, with white seats, and a little
white basket with flowers mounted on those
butterfly handlebars.  Oh yeah, we had handlebar
streamers too.  And if we were really feeling wild,
nothing dressed it up like a playing card attached to
the spokes with a clothes pin!  Vroom-Vroom
What respectable publication did not
offer
X-RAY SPECS at a buck a pair?
A "Bowfull of happiness" for only $1.25!  
Amazing pets "so eager to please, they can even be trained".
SEA MONKEYS
It even came with "A magnificent, fully illustrated manual of Sea Monkey care,
raising, training and breeding!
Holy Brine Shrimp - What a deal!
Did you wear
one of these
in high school?
POW
BRACELET
Unfortunately,
they were
more fad
than political
statement
to most in
the 70's.

No respectable
cool guy
was seen
without this
shoe staple
in the 70's.

The
original
FRYE BOOT.
Patchouli Oil
and
Squaw
Boots
If you were
a teenaged
girl in
the 70's...
we just
don't have
to say
anything
more!