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message: 516
name: seth marr
email: crazy4yugioh4ever@yahoo.com

I love Wacky Packages.Can i have lots of Wacky Packages for free.Here is some information:

Seth marr
6690 n. 1000 west
culver,indiana
46511

date: 10:50 am - Sunday, October 8, 2006

 
message: 515
name: John

I Am Only 10, But I am obssesed with W.P's! I Have the new 1-3 Seris,And I Can't Wait For The Next!

LONG LIVE WACKYS




date: 4:48 pm - Monday, August 28, 2006

 
message: 514
name: Rich Varesi
email: rvaresi@optonline.net

My dad was an artist for Topps and worked on Wacky Packs. He drew the comics on the backs of the sports cards too. I used to go to the office with him in Brooklyn in the 70's when I was a kid. Knee deep in baseball cards...but I couldn't wait to get my hands on the wacky packs!!! I still have a lot of them. I think some of them never even made it to market. Have a bunch of the poster sized Wacky Packs too. Thanks for bringing back great memories.


date: 0:02 am - Tuesday, July 18, 2006

 
message: 513
name: NSH77
email: none

When I was 7 years old the first die-cut series came out. One of my friends gave me a Wacky Pack, and it was Weakies. I still have it to this day. So once he gave me that Wacky Pack I was hooked. I colleced all the die-cut series, and every single series after that. When I was done collecting the last series in the 90's I was wondering when or if topps was going to come out with more, but in 2004 they came out once more. Then I started all over agian. I have every single Wacky Pack erver made. I can't wait for the 4th series to come out.


date: 8:12 pm - Sunday, July 9, 2006

 
message: 512
name: RP Los Angeles
email: rdp93013

I too collected them as a kid in '73 & '74. Had them completely covering my closet door. I used to save my allowance and buy them by the box for $2.40, so I must have had a lot of extras. No idea when they were thrown out. I did save the closet door for a while after it was replaced! I never thought they would be so easy to find and buy today -- at a premium. So now I've re-collected the original series 1-10, as well as the new series 1-3 (just cuz I could), but they don't compare to the old ones. They seem to be too busy and complicated. The originals were usually a much simpler gag. And of course the fantastic artwork of Norm Saunders (RIP. I wonder if his tombstone is wacky?) Although the Cannibal's Soup from the upcoming 2006 series 4 could pass as a classic in my opinion. We'll see about the rest of the series...


date: 0:19 am - Friday, June 16, 2006

 
message: 511
name: Cody Finke
email: cody@mozilla.org

There are typos on the 3rd Series 2005/6 checklist. Put it in the checklist typo section.

The typos include (The information of the typos and what should have been what's on the sticker):

LifeSavings: The checklist says "Life Savings" in two words, the sticker says "LifeSavings" two words in one.

Cursed Frightstrips: The checklist says "Cursed Fright Strips" in two words, the sticker says "Cursed Frightstrips" in one word.

Char-a Pet: The checklist says "Chara Pet" without the hyphen, the sticker says "Char-a Pet" with the hyphen.

Juicy Snot Drops: The checklist says "Juicy Snot Drop", but the sticker says "Juicy Snot Drops".

Yoo-Goo: The checklist says "Yoo Goo" without the hyphen, but the sticker says "Yoo-Goo" with the hyphen.

Slum-Maid: The insert checklist says "Slum Maid" without the hyphen, the magnet says "Slum-Maid" with the hyphen.

Footsie Roll: Missing "Roll" on the insert checklist.

Cherry Croak: Missing "Cherry" on the insert checklist.

Liquid-Bummr: The insert checklist says "Liquid Bummr" without the hyphen, but the foil sticker says "Liquid-Bummr" with the hyphen.

GreeseSticks: The insert checklist says "Greese Sticks" in two words, but the foil sticker says "GreeseSticks" two words in one.


date: 3:07 pm - Wednesday, June 14, 2006

 
message: 510
name: TONY PAJAMAS
email: NONE

I LIKE YOUR WACKYS . CAN I CAN I (WHAK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) WHAT WAS THAT FOR!!!.FOR BEING AN IDEOT!!!. O.K. SORRY BUT THAT WAS MY ASISSTANT JOSH . WHAT MOM. JUST 5 MORE MINUTES.UHHH!!!!!. SORRY BUT I HAVE TO GET OFF THE INTERNET . SEE YA. A BUBBA SILVER CARTOON


date: 2:48 am - Thursday, June 8, 2006

 
message: 509
name: bubba
email: none

i have an idea for the wacky packages . it is instead of creamy peanutbutter how about steamy peanutbutter. i'll tell you more when i can. bie. sea u later.


date: 2:07 am - Thursday, June 8, 2006

 
message: 508
name: M.A.Washington
email: markwizard10030@yahoo.com
url: yahoo.com

I loved the W.P. since I was a kid.
Even today some 35 years later I still use them to cheer myself up.
Other adults don't see the humor and
say I'm crazy, even regressing. Believe it or not in this screwed up
world Wacky Packages keep me sane.
Thank You

M.A.Washington


date: 5:29 pm - Friday, June 2, 2006

 
message: 507
name: jamesluig
email: jamesluig@hotmail.com

I always loved wackys.I had all 1973-76 series 1-16 up until 1998.Then my Dad without knowing what he was doing threw them out.I still haven't gotten over that.So now I am trying to buy them all back a little at a time.But it's a little harder than when I was a kid when I'd take my 25 cent allowance every week and buy 5 wacky packs.So if you have some to sell email me what you have and how much you want.Thanks in advance.


date: 9:40 am - Thursday, May 18, 2006

 

 
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