…..not sure how old this means but those were around when I was a kid.
Wow. I remember those from when I was little.
Me too and I could never understand why my “friends” bought that shit.
I too remember these!
How old are wax coke bottles and candy cigs,
The History of Candy Cigarettes – Candy Favorites (1930’s)
Remember the fruit flavored wax coke bottles! | Childhood Memories …
And my fave, Wacky Packs!
I loved those wax bottles filled with colored sugar water. Bite off the top and drink. And how about the wax lips you could wear and than chew? Dixie cups delivered in a small truck with a freezer on the back and a string of bells above the driver to get the kids attention. The lid of the Dixie Cup featured movie stars like Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy and Gene Autry.
A little later (70’s): It was Pop Rocks!
Does anyone remember “ICE CUBE” a chocolate candy with the cool feeling when you ate it?
I forgot, licorice pipes. yuck!
So how old am I?
I remember milk being delivered by horse and wagon as well as ice for the ice box. Coal was delivered by horse and cart too. All trains were steam powered, no diesel. Communication over long distance was by telegram. I had telegrams read at my wedding.
So, how old to you think I am?
licorice pipes was made in the early 1900’s. You could be around 80 to 90, depending on where you grew up is the horse and wagon deliveries.
5 dozen for$39.99
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