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Who Can Still Remember..........

Who Can Still Remember Their Childhood Telephone Number? | Meme on ...

 

And if you do..............

 

Still remember mine. Parents got it in 1956. | Childhood memories ...

 

 

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Whatever happened to ? | My childhood memories, Childhood ...

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Absolutely! Ours was FE for federal
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Lilt Home Perm kit. I can still remember that smell...My mother ...

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I do & my HS BF's phone number too.

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Had it once....we all preferred my mom making it in her big metal pot, shaking it over the burner.
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@Cakers3   True blasts from the past!

 

Yes, I do remember my old phone number when I was a child...I was BR for Brandywine.

 

 

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I loved the Dime store in Mt. Sterling when I was growing up ...

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yes....nice memories in this crazy world.....EL...for Elmhurst....

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@lovesrecess wrote:
Had it once....we all preferred my mom making it in her big metal pot, shaking it over the burner.

My mom did that too.  And melted butter in a little saucepan on a back burner.

 

My grandparents' phone had a black (they only came in black then), straight, thread-covered cord connecting the receiver and housing.