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12.29.

Kissing Koolers

Maybelline’s Kissing Koolers, those neat little marbleized lip glosses, came in flavors like Peppermint Twist, Tutti Frutti, Watermelon, Strawberry Fizz and Cherry Cola.

80's, 90's, Funny, Photo, Random

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12.28.

Magic Middles

Not sure why Keebler stopped making these because they were the bomb. Click here to watch a commercial »

80's, 90's, Commercial, Food, Funny, Photo

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12.28.

Christopher Pike

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of American author Kevin Christopher McFadden (born November 12, 1954). He is a bestselling author of young adult and children’s fiction, but whose expertise is in the thriller genre. The pseudonym Christopher Pike is allegedly a reference to the captain of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) in the Star Trek: The Original Series pilot. He is not, however, related to Star Trek actress Gates McFadden.

Book, Books, Funny, Photo

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12.28.

Jell-O 1-2-3

Jell-O 1-2-3 or sometimes known as 1-2-3 Jell-O was a gelatin dessert made by Jell-O in the 1970s that separated into three layers: a creamy top, a mousse-like middle, and plain Jello bottom consisting of strawberry and orange Jell-O flavor, as it cooled was unveiled. Until 1987, Jell-O 1-2-3 could readily be found in grocery stores throughout most of the United States, but the dessert is now extremely rare. Click here to watch the commercial from 1989 »

70's, 80's, Commercial, Food, Funny, Photo

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12.28.

Dr. Mario

Dr. Mario is an action puzzle game designed by Gunpei Yokoi and produced by Takahiro Harada. It was developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy consoles, and was released in 1990 and 1991.

The game focuses on the player character Mario, who assumes the role of a doctor and is tasked with eradicating deadly viruses. In this falling block puzzle game, the player is tasked with destroying the viruses populating the on-screen playing field with the use of colored capsules that are dropped into the field. The player manipulates the capsules as they fall so that they are aligned with viruses of matching colors, which removes them from play. The player progresses through the game by eliminating all the viruses on the screen in each level.

Dr. Mario received positive reception, appearing on several “Best Nintendo Games of All Time” lists. The game was both ported and remade for many Nintendo consoles, including a re-release in 2004 on the Game Boy Advance as part of the Classic NES Series. Click here to watch some gameplay »

90's, Funny, Game Boy, Nintendo, Photo, Video Game

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