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    How many do you remember... I am sharing it with you today because it ended with a "double dog dare" to pass it on. To remember what a "double dog dare" is, read on. And remember that the perfect age is somewhere between old enough to know better and young enough not to care. By: Shelby Riggs How many do you remember? 01. Candy cigarettes. 02. Wax coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water inside. 03. Soda pop machines that dispensed glass bottles. 04. Coffee shops with tableside juke boxes. 05. Blackjack, Clove and Teaberry chewing gum. 06. Home milk delivery in glass bottles, with Cardboard stoppers. 07. Party lines. 08. Newsreels before the movie. 09. P. F. Flyers.

    10. Butch wax. 11. Telephone numbers with a word prefix ... (Drexel-5505) 12. Peashooters. 13. Howdy Doody. 14..45 RPM Records. 15. Green Stamps. 16. Hi-fi's. 17. Metal ice cube trays, with levers. 18. Mimeograph paper. 19. Blue flash Bulbs. 20. Beanie and Cecil. 21. Roller skate keys. 22. Cork pop guns. 23. Drive ins. 24. Studebakers. 25. Wash tub wringers. 26. The Fuller Brush man. 27. Reel-to-reel tape recorders. 28. Tinkertoys. 29. The Erector Set. 30. The Fort Apache Playset. 31. Lincoln Logs. 32. 15 cent McDonald hamburgers. 33. 5 cent packs of baseball cards... with that awful pink slab bubblegum. 34. Penny candy. 35. 35 cent-a-gallon gasoline. 36. Color Cartoons at the movies 37. Davy Crockett Raccoon Skin hats 38. "Old Yellar" 39. Spin & Marty 40. Topper 41. American Bandstand in Philadelphia 42. Sock Hops at the end of a Basketball game 43. a nickel 6 1/2 ounces bottle of coke 44. Nehi Strawberry POP 45. Milky Way's were a nickel 46. No sales tax 47. Your Paperboy was actually a 12 year old boy 48. A Round TV screen

    49. Those great old Teenage Tragedy songs, like "Patches", "Tell Laura I love her" 50. You could actually walk the streets at nighttime by yourself, 51. The Texaco man cleaned your windshield 52. Movies cost 25 cents at the Movie theatre. 53. Popcorn and a coke cost a quarter at the theatre. 54. You didn't have to lock your doors at your house. 55. You didn't have a 6' block wall between yards 56. Annette with Mickey Mouse ears

    57. A payphone cost a dime 58. No zip codes 59. 15 cents postage stamp 60. A loaf of bread was a quarter. 61. Six tunes for a quarter on the Jukebox 62. The Ed Sullivan Show 63. Gas stations sold only gas, and repaired your auto 64. Your first car cost you $50 for that 1949 Mercury 65. Rotary phones

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