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Washing up with Mr. Bubble:
Smiling for flashbulbs:
Drinking Nestle's Quik:
Cutting out paper dolls:
Begging Mom to buy TV dinners:
Carrying a lunchbox:
Looking forward to the holiday catalogs:
Playing with toy guns:
Being hoodwinked by Sea Monkeys:
Watching black & white TV:
Learning about the world through Life magazine:
Riding without carseats and seatbelts:
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growing up in the 1960s
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TV dinners with price tags on them! The only time you see a price tag in the store now is if it's something in the clearance cart.
Sometimes you can still get a frozen dinner for about a buck when it's on sale. If a frozen meal went for 99 cents in the 1960s and you can still get it for that now, that's kind of scary.
17 July 2012 at 08:23 PM
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