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JAMP124
Jul 10, 2020
I grew up before plastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
aknan
Jul 10, 2020
Me, too - we played with Lincoln Logs and Erector Sets.
JAMP124
Jul 10, 2020
"Me-mor-ies, me-mor-ies."
JAMP124
Jul 10, 2020
I think the first piece of plastic I encountered was with the WWII butter substitute which came in a heavy, clear, plastic pouch. It was a big glob of white stuff with an orange button (looked like a pill). You crushed the button and orangish dye came out of it. You kneaded the pouch until the dye was incorporated into the glob. Presto, you had "butter! " I was in the third grade (1943? ) and my mother put me in charge of the kneading. I felt very responsible!
darski
Jul 13, 2020
I remember doing that too. was born in 48 and I do remembver being a tad squeamish about eating that stuff until I had a sandwich and all was forgiven. LOL
lilbc77
Jul 20, 2020
I was born after the butter substitute, but my Mom told me all about it. My childhood was rife with plastic. I know it's really bad for the planet, but it is also very handy.
micki
Jul 13, 2020
Golly...anyone else stepped on one of these in the dark? It didn't feel great I can tell you that. God bless little boys.
elijah13
Jul 10, 2020
Legos were after my playtime. Have been to Legoland tho. Great for kids.

Positive thinking has even more power when you need it most!
jas6415
Jul 9, 2020
Even in my advanced age, I still like legos
pixipixil
Jul 9, 2020
One of the best kids' building toys ever. I wonder why they don't have more shapes--trapezoids, cylinders, and arcs would allow for more smooth curved surfaces. And a few more colors would be nice also. I've never been to the Lego museum. Has anyone gone?
Wishing you a creative day.
aussiesapphire
Jul 9, 2020
Couldn't afford Lego when my daughter was small so bought something called Pedlo Bricks which did the same thing.

Good ight and God bless. Hugs.
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