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    Re: Whizzer And Chips

    Wow, now you are evoking the memories! I too bought Cor, The Beezer, The Dandy etc. I was also a huge fan of the Marvel and DC comics.
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    My overriding thought on Coronavirus is that it ends sooner rather than later, and everything reverts to normal.
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    Re: Hot Pants On Girls

    (lol) They were indeed. And, of course, it goes without saying that guys also wolfed over the mini skirt! Pencil skirts are nice, though. Strike the balance between modesty and immodesty.
  4. Re: Why Aren't Cake Shops Selling Trifles Anymore?

    Most of them did indeed. And most had the little red cherry on top.
  5. Re: Do You Think Women Look Smart In Skirt Suits?

    Well, there you go.
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    Re: Hair styles you've had???

    Ha, ha, yeah. Dig it, man!
  7. Re: Sally Thomsett Was My Favourite Man About The House Girl

    Ah well, to each his own.
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    Re: The Twist - Sexiest Dance Ever?

    Well, believe it or not, skirt suits WERE actually popular around that time. My mum had a purple one, and my dad adored her in it. Again, I must re-emphasise my point about there nothing wrong with...
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    Re: Suzy Kendall Is Gorgeous!

    Indeed.
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    Re: Hot Pants On Girls

    They certainly were. Many a guy burnt his hand on them quite often (lol). It's the way I tell 'em.
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    Re: Remember Super Balls?

    Ha, ha, great stuff. Those were the days, and from what you told me, the days of the super balls are not yet numbered.
  12. Re: Why Aren't Cake Shops Selling Trifles Anymore?

    Ha, ha, cheers. You are IN.
  13. Re: Do You Think Women Look Smart In Skirt Suits?

    I would rather have a smartly dressed woman than one who goes to the supermarket in their bloody pyjamas!
  14. Re: Do You Think Women Look Smart In Skirt Suits?

    I do NOT have a fetish. Many blokes love smartly dressed women. What is wrong with that???
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    Re: Fingammies

    They're the ones. Can't remember the rest of the flavours, but the ones that do stick in my mind are Minty, Bourbon and Coconut.
  16. Sally Thomsett Was My Favourite Man About The House Girl

    I was a huge fan of Man About The House, and my favourite girl of the two was Jo, played by the lovely Sally Thomsett.

    Any other Jo fans here?
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    Re: Anybody Remember Tottering Towers?

    That's the one.
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    Re: Hair styles you've had???

    There was a time around 1983 when, as a 22-year-old guy, I developed a passing fad about going to Alan Paul and getting first a loose perm, and then a tight perm like Leo Sayer's. Nowadays, I can...
  19. Re: Clothes from the past you would not wear today

    Bell bottoms. Ha, ha, need I say more?
  20. Do You Think Women Look Smart In Skirt Suits?

    I have always deemed women who wear a nice skirt suit and heels as very smart.

    What do YOU think about ladies in smart skirt suits? Do you agree with me that they look very nice and smart?
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    Anybody Remember Tottering Towers?

    When I was 10 in 1971, there used to be a teatime kids' programme on called Tottering Towers. Any of you remember it?
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    Re: Pebble Mill at One

    And the equally "gorgeous" Jenny Hanley used to present Saturday Night At The Mill.
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    Fingammies

    I used to love the Fingammies biscuits. The coconut ones were my special faves.
  24. Cadbury's Monster Bars, Laughs and Furry Friends in 1973

    Very popular in 1973 were the Cadbury's Monster Bars, Laughs and Furry Friends. Remember them? Loved the advert too.
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    Re: Escape from Colditz

    Escape From Colditz was one of my favourite board games as a kid. I got it as a present at Christmas 1973, and could not stop playing it. Quite a tricky game to win, though.

    I believe it has been...
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