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message: 275
name: Lisa

I am 38 years old, but I remember Wacky Packs like it was yesterday. My brother & I loved them. Unfortunately, I stuck all of mine & they are gone forever.... :(

date: 6:00 pm - Wednesday, January 7, 2004

message: 274
name: Rick Campione

Great site!
I was the one who stuck these things everywhere.. But these images bring back a lot of good memories. Thanks! Rick

date: 8:57 pm - Friday, January 2, 2004

message: 273
name: twitch

holy crap! I can't believe what the original art is going for! I also can't believe my favorite underground artists were the ones doing these way back when...
I've got a stack of a hundred or so from the late 70's sitting in a shoebaox somewhere...
Good site, had no idea...

date: 1:21 am - Thursday, January 1, 2004

message: 272
name: Scott

I started collecting wacky packages in 1975, about the time that the 9th and 10th series were issued. Once in a while, someone would bring a card to school from the 3rd or 4th series to trade. This was a big deal! Cards from the 1st or 2nd series were somewhat of a knew about them, but rarely ever saw one. I look at the cards from those early series on ebay now and have the same excitement, 30 years later.

date: 11:57 pm - Saturday, December 20, 2003

message: 271
name: Lizz

Glad I had the piece of mind at age 9 to not stick my Wacky Packages onto everything in site. I have an old metal Band-Aid box filled with unstuck stickers that I've managed to keep ahold of all these years. Great site! So glad to have found it. What fun!!

date: 7:08 pm - Wednesday, December 10, 2003

message: 270
name: Rippen

I was sooo happy to find your web site. I've held onto my wackies for almost 30 years. They bring back an age of innocense in my life that left me soon after. Silly little things that they were/are, but I'll never forget them.

Thanks for your site, and the feed back of others.

date: 1:32 pm - Wednesday, November 26, 2003

message: 269
name: A J Phillips
email: GOAHEAD

A very cool site! I was going through my childhood junk and came across a bunch of die cut cards. My wife told me that I should just throw them out, ha. In the cards was a cracked animals die cut card #38, a RARE card. go figure..anyone know how I could sell it or better yet get it appraised? I ebay , but this might be more than I can handle. Thanks!

date: 0:54 am - Saturday, November 22, 2003

message: 268
name: Kweaver

One of my favorite childhood activities of all times was to do a wacky packages "Line Up" where we rounded up all the actual products in the house and placed the corresponding sticker in front of them. We always urged mom to buy the missing products!
I never peeled & stuck the sacred sticker on anything but had the pleasure of carefully removing the sticky white/black outline. Thanx

date: 2:11 am - Sunday, November 16, 2003

message: 267
name: MURRAY

Talk about memories! I just got my 6th series. How well I remember looking all over town, every liquor store for "Runaway" I found it.. Some smart-ass peeled it and stuck it in a trashcan right in front of me. jokes on him!!!!!!
Murray, Long Beach, Ca

date: 3:16 am - Wednesday, November 12, 2003

message: 266
name: A. J. Rimmer

I too had a Harm & Hammer no ringed t-shirt but my shirt was yellow not orange. I also had a red ring Blunder Bread shirt. I have no idea if they were copyrighted (I was just 10 years old). My mother purchased them from a now gone store chain called "JM Fields" in Chelmsford, MA. I remember begging here for them.

date: 3:45 pm - Friday, November 7, 2003


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