Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by bagman, Jun 28, 2020.
I remember the Coles Cafeteria…….
A different kind of restaurant……….The Bourbon !!
Used them as kids…..we used to call it a “faffer” ‘cause of the sound they made…..not sure, as kids, we should’ve been handling the bulk poison for refilling though…….could explain the horn growing out of my forehead……..
And “Check em Quick “ throat lozenges.
A ridiculously strong aniseed micro dot that came in a white plastic tube…..
I remember giving one to my younger brother at a swimming carnival and he projectile vomited all over the tiers below us……vivid memories.
I seem to recall that the label had a nurse on it ?
Seems to be before "the war"
Too long ago for me
Free with every Škoda!
Yep like sucking on road tar..
The ones I remember would be a rebadged version……
Similar image but I remember the label as being a light orange/yellow and they were in a plastic tube, not a cardboard one.
FFS……how old do you think I am !
Here ya go :
School fete’s 2c each 3 for a stick jaw... then over to the lucky dips wrapped in newspaper
Undercooked…..they should be a light brown colour.
100% sugar hit guaranteed to keep the kids buzzing for hours !
…..and chocolate crackles!
Who remembers copper coins….
If you are referring to the 1 and 2 cent coins……… Yes!
Ha ha ….and pennies and half pennies
I remember the the 14th February 1966.
……and the tv ad with the new Dollar character singing,
“In come the dollars, in come the cents…..to replace the pounds, the shillings and the pence…..”
Crazy how some jingles stick in your mind.
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