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message: 47
name: Brian
email: Sfcrab@yahoo.com

I still have my Wacky Packages puzzle. It's basically looks like a bunch of Wackys spread out over eachother. I tihnk it's a mix of a few series. Does anyone else have one and know if they made other puzzles?

date: 4:14 pm - Friday, April 19, 2002

message: 46
name: shamrock
email: theshamrockgirl@aol.com

In 1973 I had a pant suit made of wacky packages material. I wore it to school on photo day. They called me wacky package girl. I took all of my wacky packages and stuck them in a book so I'd never lose them. I didn't know one day they would be worth so much. I have about all of the series 1thru 8 and they are all stuck in a book.If stuck in a book can they still have value??? The book is a photo album type book for keeping momentos.

date: 6:16 pm - Tuesday, April 16, 2002

message: 45
name: snarl
email: cmd14f13@hotmail.com

one of the most entertaining sites
ive seen i wish i had saved my
wackys they are very funny

date: 11:33 pm - Friday, April 12, 2002

message: 44
name: Tom
email: tjbeckman@sbcglobal.net

I still have around 1200 Wackies from the first 16 series that I collected as a kid. I've added about 3000 more since. They are without a doubt my fondest memory of childhood. I was obsessed with them from the first day I laid eyes on them. I became the Wacky Kingpin of my Catholic school. We traded back and forth daily; I eventually hoarded every single sticker I could get from everyone. I knew even then that they were a classic. I've kept them in flawless condition for almost 30 years. I guess they're probably worth some dough; but I'm not sure I could ever part with them. Love the website; keep it up!

date: 2:20 pm - Tuesday, April 9, 2002

message: 43
name: gary james dean
email: gdean87@cogeco.ca

hi my name is gary james dean also known as jamie. i collected wacky packages when i was a kid and still would buy them today if i see any. when i was a kid i stuck them everywhere, on my bike, lunch pail bedroom you name it, you might as well say that my room looked like a subway in new york city.

date: 5:06 am - Friday, March 29, 2002

message: 42
name: sarah

hi all...my mom and uncle were talkin about these one day (reliving their childhood as you all are) and i just thought it was all really cool...great site and im gonna buy the poster. i think they should start making these again they are really clever and seem to be very fun!

date: 6:36 pm - Thursday, March 28, 2002

message: 41
name: rodger a smith
email: rodger.a.smith@delta-air.com

great site! like everyone else who visits this site,i can relive a part of my childhood.i have the complete number 6 series and will never part with them.wackys rule!

date: 4:37 am - Tuesday, March 26, 2002

message: 40
name: Alain Brown
email: res07rjy

I'm glad to take a trip down memory lane. Thanks.

date: 12:29 am - Thursday, March 21, 2002

message: 39
name: Nora Preece
email: crackedanimals@hotmail.com

To a neat guy: Greg, your site is an amazing archive, not to mention beautifully and thoughtfully done. The hobby has you to thank for maintaining such a dynamic and sophisticated tribute.

You have great visual info, but I especially like the anecdotal stuff. How about adding a section for Wacky Package references in contemporary writing and/or art?

date: 12:56 am - Saturday, March 16, 2002

message: 38
name: monica
email: monica20011@msn.com

I'm reliving my childhood!!

date: 11:49 pm - Thursday, March 14, 2002


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