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
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
name: Julie Corotan
This is so great! Wow, I have had my wacky packs for over 30 years. What memories. I have them saved in card protectors and they are in perfect condition. I remember just trying to collect the whole series. Great site to bring back the good times!!! :) Thanks!
date: 4:11 pm - Wednesday, November 5, 2003
Man,what a blast from the past!I used to love collecting "Wacky Packy`s" as a kid.I used to get them at the 7-11 every Sunday when we stopped there after church.Too bad my dad threw all my collections of them(plus my entire Football/Baseball/Basketball collections as well) a long time ago while I was away in the Army(boy,I even had Lou Alcinder and Johnny Unitas cards...).
Thanx for the great site!
date: 0:00 am - Sunday, November 2, 2003
My boyfriend in the 4th grade turned me on to WPs in the 70s. He had a couple stickers stuck to his notebook. That great artwork! I seem to remember one of a Grape nuts spoof. I had to have it, so I stole his notebook. He looked all over the classroom for it, perplexed at its complete disappearance. (I now know that stealing is wrong).
That ignited my passion for WPs. Every time a new series came out, I would buy about 12 packs at a time, thus ensuring a complete set. I still have 3 complete sets, with their complete puzzle/ checklists. I still love to get them out and look at them!
date: 1:17 am - Wednesday, October 29, 2003
My boyfriend in the 4th grade turned me on to WCs. I saw a couple stickers stuck to his notebook. That great artwork! I had to have it, so I stole his notebook. I remember him looking all over the classroom for it, perplexed that it had just disappeared. I didn't care. I now know that stealing is wrong.
That ignited my love of WCs, and after that, every time a new series came out I bought about 12 packs at a time, ensuring I'd get a complete set. I still have 3 complete sets, with their complete puzzle/checklists.
date: 1:06 am - Wednesday, October 29, 2003
What a great site. I still have 200+ cards-didn't realize how rare some of them are. Mine were loved and enjoyed so not in perfect condition but I sure enjoy looking at them and remembering the thrill of getting a new package and seeing what I got.
date: 11:19 pm - Monday, October 27, 2003
One of my siblings called me and told me that they had come across some things that I had put away some time ago...Lo and behold I discovered I had a photo album of Wacky Stickers! It really made me smile! Seeing that there are sites that are dedicated to them is awesome!!!I've considered sellimg em(considering how much they could be worth)...
Keep It Real!!!
date: 11:26 am - Friday, October 24, 2003
name: Tracy Langnickel
HI, I come back to this whenever I'm feeling down. I love it! Thanks, T-zilla
date: 3:17 pm - Friday, October 17, 2003
What a blast from the past. I remember the one with the guy throwing up green stuff and the ones thant poke fun at commercials I used to watch. Unbelievable.
date: 10:38 pm - Wednesday, October 8, 2003