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message: 377
name: Katie Goldman
email: NYPSYCHSVCS@aol.com

I love wacky packages theyareasome. There the new thing. The are the best.

date: 7:16 pm - Thursday, October 21, 2004

message: 376
name: Chris Canadian Clod Duchaine
email: canadian_clod

I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS SITE! So, I may only be 18 years old, but I got the knowledge of a 40 year old Wacky Package genius. It all started for me back in grade 7, only 6 years ago, when I first saw a "Stiffords Glue" wacky package stuck to my locker. It was a pretty old school, but ever since I looked upon that amazing piece of art, I was HOOKED! Since then, I have bought multiple items off Greg and on E-bay. THANK YOU RANDOM STUDENT FROM THE 70'S WHO PUT THAT STICKER THERE ON MY LOCKER! Now that's fate. Keep up the good work Greg. You're my hero.

date: 2:05 am - Wednesday, October 20, 2004

message: 375
name: Ray B. Sweeney
email: kcalpsman@yahoo.com

COOL COOL KEWL....I love these things there so cool. I had them when I was younger and I going to get me some now.....Ray

date: 10:03 am - Saturday, October 16, 2004

message: 374
name: Michael E.

I'm a young boy, hoping to collect a few Wacky Packs Series 1 before they go out of stock. Maybe I can influece some friends to get some... Anyways, I don't have any yetr, but once I get some, I'll try and find some money to get some more. I hope they release in again in a few 10-20 years.

date: 9:00 pm - Thursday, October 14, 2004

message: 373
name: Frank

I actually found out about the new series by reading about it on this site. Thanks for putting together such an informative and fun place. I loved Wackys as a kid and now my daughters love them - it's something I can share with them from my own childhood.

date: 10:41 am - Wednesday, October 6, 2004

message: 372
name: Orlando
email: djog7@msn.com

'Til this day I have kept a pee-chee folder from grade school covered in wacky-packys. I never knew what happened to these things, but now w/internet it makes sense I would eventually find out... This stuff was the shiznit... I used to run to the ice cream truck, not for ice cream but for things like "Toad" (Tide) or "Playbug" (playboy), etc. Huh, memories... Do you think you can include the old price of 40 cents a pack... or am I getting out of control?

date: 1:04 pm - Sunday, October 3, 2004

message: 371
name: james vanpelt
email: jrv27@juno.com

i was watching television today with my daughter and the commercial for the wacky packs came on.now i am sitting here showing her the funny names of products and now my daughter and i are going to wal-mart to buy a whole bunch thanks for re-releaseing them..

date: 5:38 pm - Friday, October 1, 2004

message: 370
name: Jersey Dave

Now between WP, Hotwheels, and reruns of Scobby Doo, I can completely regress to my formative years. I have such fond memories of the 70's as a child. With the reissue I can now share it with my daughter.

date: 1:49 pm - Tuesday, September 28, 2004

message: 369
name: Samantha Jacobs

This web site is STUPID!!!!!!!!!!!

date: 7:55 pm - Sunday, September 26, 2004

message: 368
name: Casey
email: FRMDJ@aol.col

I can remember lying awake one night waiting for my father to return from a late-night (late-night for me, as I was a kid),run to the Quick-Stop where he promised to (along with the batteries he needed) to get me some Wacky Packages. I was about 6 or so at the time and I was so excited I was actually a little nauseaous. I took my Wacky Packages very seriously.

date: 6:55 pm - Sunday, September 26, 2004


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