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message: 96
name: uncalouie
email: uncalouie@yahoo.com

i did grow on those wacky advertisements..thanks for bringing back for me great memories of those days of wackiness and puns that could thrown about without getting into any trouble..had a great time when they came around and i still think about them once in a while. thanks for reviving those days for me in the millennium.


date: 8:13 am - Saturday, August 17, 2002

 
message: 95
name: Troy Crabtree
email: CRUSHER_33@YAHOO.COM

I remember these from the MAD magazines. I am currently stationed in Korea and I am wondering how would I go about getting some for my son. Hoe would loves these as I did growing up. I had some when I was little but I do not remember what I did with them.


date: 7:25 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 94
name: Jeanne
email: jgibson@unionsett.org

What a 'super' flashback! I loved Wacky Packs as a kid. I'd throw out the gum and, much to the dismay of my mother, put the stickers on my way too girlie dresser! Hey, I was a kid, what do you expect.


date: 4:56 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 93
name: desi
email: lil_caca_9@yahoocom

HAHA


date: 3:10 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 92
name: naftali
email: naftali_r@hotmail.com

I can't begin to tell you what memories these bring back--"Awful Bits," "Hex Lax," "Cover Ghoul." For a while, Whacky Packs (as we used to call them) drove several of us to shop-lifting, because our parents were usually unwilling to cough up the .25 to buy something they deemed nonsense.

Parents--so wrong so often.




date: 2:35 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 91
name: phemmyjohn
email: femijohnus@yahoo.com

Oh!great it is nice to see it to see it again


date: 2:21 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 90
name: J. K. Johnson
email: johnson3362@yahoo.com

I do remember these stickers which
were parodies of the products that
are purchased by consumers everyday.
I first saw them on a classmates'
notebook back in 1971. I'm surprised
that a bubble gum company like Topps
got away with it. These days, you can't make fun of out anything without getting sued! In the mid 70's, there was another bubble gum
company that make parodies of magzines and in the early eightie,
there was a Wacky Packages clone called "Crazy Labels". Overall, it's
great to remember. -J.K.


date: 2:12 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 89
name: John Kevin Beaver
email: jkbeaver@wworld.com
url: Web World

"Well How About Peptol,Dismole. Or "Footcy,Roll. Or Geannie's Best Lie Soap. She'l Wash any thing>


date: 1:40 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 88
name: Ed
url: http://greggrant.signmyguestbook.com/

Wow, it is 1975 and I'm in 4th grade again. Hadn't though about these in years.


date: 1:03 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002

 
message: 87
name: Monica R.
email: M2Weezy@yahoo.com

I saw things on this site have not seen for years.


date: 10:35 am - Friday, August 16, 2002

 

 
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