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this was like gold to me when I was little, I always had to use the cheap ones

Crayola Crayons - remember "Prussian blue" and "spring green"?the 64 box. I remember opening it and marveling at all the colors. The wonderful sharpener. Even now, when I open a new box of crayons the happy memories just flood back and I smile.

my first job in high school, I lied that I was 16, but was 15 1/2. my friends & I worked there, & had a blast! took home lots of food! original recipe was baked, not fried, only Extra Crispy was, but we didn't say! 1972! we wore short, short striped dresses with red aprons. sexy stuff, but always smelled like grease!!

Old style KFC "bucket" signs. Back when they actually had Kentucky Fried Chicken spelled out on the sign. Now it's KFC and politically correct.

This vintage neon Pegasus was preserved through an agreement between Mobil Oil and the San Antonio Conservation Society, marking the first time a company’s trademark was permanently loaned to a private entity.

This vintage neon Pegasus was preserved through an agreement between Mobil Oil and the San Antonio Conservation Society, marking the first time a company’s trademark was permanently loaned to a private entity.

Shakeys Pizza Parlor

The Original (and first) Shakey's Pizza. The history of Shakey's Pizza Parlor begins in when Sherwood “Shakey” Johnson opened the first Shakey's Pizza Parlor® in a remodeled grocery store on and J Street in Sacramento, California.

Mike's News and Smokes neon sign - Edmonton, AL, Canada

From 1935 until 1979 this neon sign advertised the Mikes news shop in Jasper Street ,Edmonton . This sign is now to be seen outside on the Telus building in 104 ST,with a collection of others in Edmontons Neon Sign Museum.