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Thread: Did you graduate from THS in the 70's?

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    CHAR, "WE WAS SO POOR GROWIN UP" that all we had to play with was them Spiders ! Daddy Long Legs especially !

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    Wayne,Grandpa made all our toys so I think this is why the Grandaddy Long Legs got my attention. We were also POOR.:).
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    We were so poor, that Al and I pretended the flowers on the bush were money.

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    We were so poor we used hefty bags as luggage.

    We were so poor we ate cherrios with a fork to save milk.

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    We were so poor, we did not even know what the word meant.

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    Missing remember how poor we were we couldn't even pay attention.

    And you remember the pet we had don't you? We were so poor we had a tumbleweed for a pet.

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    I had a rock,named rock. Remember the keds we had! WE would wear them out till the name on the ankle said ks.

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    Afrush........We still use Glad bags for luggage..We call them Oklahoma suitcases.

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    I know when it rained in Texas & I was taking care of these kids they didn't have a raincoat. I cut a hole in the bottom of those plastic trash bags just large enough to fit over their heads so we could make raincoats for them. :) They thought they were really cool & didn't want to throw them away:)
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    I do it all the time, it workds, and you son't have to find space for yet another coat.

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