Oh!great it is nice to see it to see it again
date: 2:21 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: J. K. Johnson
I do remember these stickers which
were parodies of the products that
are purchased by consumers everyday.
I first saw them on a classmates'
notebook back in 1971. I'm surprised
that a bubble gum company like Topps
got away with it. These days, you can't make fun of out anything without getting sued! In the mid 70's, there was another bubble gum
company that make parodies of magzines and in the early eightie,
there was a Wacky Packages clone called "Crazy Labels". Overall, it's
great to remember. -J.K.
date: 2:12 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: John Kevin Beaver
url: Web World
"Well How About Peptol,Dismole. Or "Footcy,Roll. Or Geannie's Best Lie Soap. She'l Wash any thing>
date: 1:40 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002
Wow, it is 1975 and I'm in 4th grade again. Hadn't though about these in years.
date: 1:03 pm - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: Monica R.
I saw things on this site have not seen for years.
date: 10:35 am - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: Steve Mendel
Wow! What memories.
They need to re-issue.
date: 10:27 am - Friday, August 16, 2002
God, this reminds me of the MAD magazine that I loved as a kid.
My son will love it.
date: 9:51 am - Friday, August 16, 2002
I saw this site on yahoo and had a total flashback. I loved Wacky Packages as a child. Thank you for bringing back great memories!
date: 9:34 am - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: Antonio Hernandez
Some nice looking stuff you got here. I love kids stuff. thank you
for sharing this with me.
date: 9:10 am - Friday, August 16, 2002
name: john in michigan
thought i would share with the world that my mom made a shirt for me out of wacky pack material when i was a kid. i was probably 7 or 8 and i thought i was super cool! we still laught about it because the shirt was actually pretty nasty! i was the king of the playground, though.
date: 8:35 am - Friday, August 16, 2002