name: BARRY LEE BARTLETT
I REALY DID MY WEB SITE THANK YOU BARRY LEE BARTLETT YAH WELL IM STILL DOING MY WACKY STUFF
date: 8:17 am - Sunday, March 17, 2013
name: Edwin Oriols
I started collecting wacky's when i was 8 about ten years ago, I still do and I keep them in custom made binders, one for every series. This is a great sight keep up the great work.
date: 11:05 pm - Wednesday, February 27, 2013
name: Ron Coy
Yes it's me the one everybody loves to hate...LOL!!! I just wanted LYK I still collect (not quite as passionatly) & still LOVE "Wacky-Packages" I just wish there were a place we could talk & have fun w/things related to this most awesome hobby! But I found out the hard way (like most things in life) it's just about the money! I wish nothing but the best to ALL of my fellow-collectors! Who knows maybe I'll show up at (another) show one of these days if I'm ever well enough to do so? I hope you & your wife are doing well Greg? Feel free to call me anytime as I'm usualy here. BTW I've got a new laptop & have forgot my password & cannot log-in to the forum? Have a WONDERFUL-WEEKEND Greg!!! All my best...
date: 10:15 am - Friday, February 15, 2013
I was watching an episode of Pawn Stars tonight and someone was trying to sell a collection of Garbage Pail Kids cards...then I remembered Wacky Packies from back in the 70's. I laughed just remembering. When I was a kid they were the coolest! I spent all available change getting them and trading with my friends. I'm in my 50's now and some of them STILL make me laugh out loud!
date: 8:24 pm - Sunday, February 10, 2013
Hello fron Qu�bec canada!
I just recently found out that the WACKY CARDS were still around in 2011 by watching a kid and his dad unwrapping them on youtube!(reaganzilla is their channel) how cool is it that this kid can exprience WACKY PACKAGES and even cooler for his dad to share this experience with him and us on youtube! I Feel like I am 10 years old again! Keep up the good and WACKY work!
date: 4:55 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013
Ah, the fun of Wacky Packages. In '74 I started cutting grass so when payday came around I'd ride my bike to WaWa to pick up some Wackies. My brothers and I would trade them, and he being the older brother managed to con us two younger guys out of all of our 1st series cards. Oh, to be 12 again, and not a care in the world. That's the beauty of Wacky Packages.
date: 9:00 pm - Sunday, December 9, 2012
I recently rediscovered my small collection of wackys after my son found them in a box in his closet. And he is about the age I was when I got them!! Brought back lots of great memories at 7-11. For example the girly mags in plain view! Now I re-addicted to wackys..
date: 6:21 pm - Friday, November 9, 2012
name: Jim in Parma , Ohio
I forgot about the wacky pack days til it just popped in my head the other day. Me , my brother and my cousin used to plaster these crazy things all over our bedroom walls. Mom was like "what the f*%@ are these things and why are you decorating the walls with them?" Kind of wish I would have tossed them in with my 1970's baseball cards and still had them today. Oh well , funny.. - Jim
date: 8:22 pm - Monday, November 5, 2012
In 1973 I was about 9 years old and wacky packages was a large part of my life then. We loved them. I am still upset that they were thrown out when I was older and at school
date: 7:43 pm - Thursday, August 2, 2012
name: Pedro P. Coniconde
This is a wonderfully done research on the field of Parody Cards. Job WELL DONE!I would also like to share this link to you as well since Fleer (Topps chief competitor) also created a similar type of Parody Cards as well and they call theirs, 1979 Fleer Crazy Label Stickers which were less known and much rarer than the Topps Wacky Packages and they only ran for one year. Their sets BTW only comprised of 68 Sticker Cards including four add-ons. Anyway here is the link: www.bubblegumcards.org/Crazy%20Labels/CrazyLabels.html
date: 11:19 pm - Friday, July 20, 2012