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message: 167
name: Tim
email: kathytim@northnet.org

Great website-I had hundreds of the first few series stickers from 1973 when they first appeared. I was in the 4th grade in Watertown,NY at the time. I wish I knew what happened to them. I did manage to salvage a complete (1-66) series 1 reprint series from 1979. Thanks for the memories & keep up the good work.

date: 4:44 pm - Tuesday, January 14, 2003

message: 166
name: Dan Mckee
email: bandache@comcast.net

Greg, This is a super cool website! I have really enjoyed my stay here. Take care and keep up the great work! Dan.

date: 5:41 pm - Monday, January 13, 2003

message: 165
email: smketooth@onlink.net

I fist bought my packs in 1967 I was a little fart then now I'm 40 and like the rest of us I'm back at it again. 'happy stickyness to all'

date: 8:05 pm - Thursday, December 26, 2002

message: 164
name: Chuck Knapp
email: cknappiii@aol.com

I thought that Wacky Packages were the funniest thing I've seen on the market, next to Mad Magazine, which used to do something similar (and still do sometimes), and I guess also to the irritation of the companies being satirized. My favorites were "Nutlee's Quit", and "Kooloff's Snatch-A-Pak". My message to those corporate giants: Come on now! Companies have been satirized for over 50+ years, and will continue to be so in some sort of medium. Can't ya'll take a joke? :D

On a side note, before Wacky Packages, Topps also came out with "Wacky Record Labels", which were essentially parodies of popular phonograph record labels covering the top 40 hits of that time. For those born after 1982, phonograph records were the music medium long before the advent of CDs, nowadays referred to as vinyl.

date: 7:32 am - Tuesday, December 24, 2002

message: 163
name: Kevin Sinclair
email: sinc15@hotmail.com

Some of my fondest memories in life were collecting Wacky Packs. I remember being so excited, each time I'd buy new packs. This website is full of nastalgia. What a trip!!!

date: 3:33 pm - Monday, December 23, 2002

message: 162
name: James H
email: cyrix70@excite.com

I remember collecting these cards back when I was 12. I had up to series 3 I think. When I moved out, my mother "cleaned out" my closet. Needless to say she cleaned out my collection too @#$&^!. Anyway, I found this website and have really enjoyed viewing the cards I once had and laughing over and over again. Great site and thanks for it!

date: 2:20 am - Wednesday, December 18, 2002

message: 161
name: S Jaros

Like most, i have fond memories of wacky packages. Seeing the thumbnails of the 4th series brought back a flood of memories from when i was 9 years old. Collecting them was all the rage.


date: 2:06 am - Sunday, December 15, 2002

message: 160
name: keith
email: keithmosley@hotmail.com

still have hundreds of this things
awsome web site, looking to buy,sell ,or trade.

date: 10:39 am - Saturday, December 14, 2002

message: 159
name: Mike Perretti
email: perretti@en.com

I remember these stickers all to well when I was growing up in Centerville,Oh in the 70's. I remember at the time I loved the the 1st to 3rd series. My favorite was Dopey Whip, Liptorn Lava soup, and others from the first though third series. I had all of the second, third, and part of the first series.

date: 9:45 am - Saturday, December 14, 2002

message: 158
name: Jerry
email: Musclecar427@hotmail.com

Oh man why did I stick those things to my garage wall!!! I can remember buying the packages at Ben Franklin In my home town of Grayslake Illinois. I really haven't laughed this hard in a long time! Thank you for the memories.

date: 9:43 pm - Saturday, December 7, 2002


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