Natasha Bethune

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Wood paneling, a TV in a big wooden cabinet with 'rabbit ears', and 'early American' kitsch... could have been anyone's house in 1972.

Wood paneling, heavy box TVs that look like a piece of furniture (with clunky dials for VHF and UHF), bunny ear antennas and tchotchkes. :) The only reason I remember this because both my mom and grandma had this tv until 96

I don't remember the meals that came with them, but I sure remember these toys.

Muppet Babies Happy Meal toys: Had them all and I didn't even like the Muppet Babies. Because that's just what you did with Happy Meal toys; you collected them whether you liked them or not and freaked out if Mom dared to suggest you let a few go.

Those throw the ball and it sticks to the velcro thing toys.

Velcro ball and paddles you would wear on your hands. My ball didn't look like a tennis ball though. It was just a cheap plastic ball with Velcro.

"Tupperware Icy Pole Moulds"

"Tupperware Icy Pole Moulds"

I loved these. They would be in a jar at the checkout counter selling for a dime.

Omg i totally remember getting these after swimming lessons when i was like 3