im so greatful that i have all the cards iv printed some off and made them like aquaflush i used tinfoile and gell and a lot more it was very fun doing it what is a url im not putting anything anything there incase i do somthing do you know what i mean there and don quinn mustbe relly old i have a question where do you get the old shcool packeges and is this going to target
date: 5:38 pm - Thursday, July 15, 2004
Loved this sight, growing up we had a jigswaw puzzle of the wacky packages, our whole family would work on the puzzle together, my mom kept the puzzle in her closet as she had that off-beat sense of humor that made these so popular.
date: 7:43 pm - Tuesday, July 13, 2004
name: Carla Davis
Great Kids Item...
My Girls collected these back in the 80's now I have a son that is in to collecting them also.
of course with his big sister's incouragement
Now all the kids at school want them too..
date: 12:23 am - Monday, July 12, 2004
name: Ben Goozner
Hey man! Hi again! This is my second message in the guess book. I liked to read posting no. 347 from Sandi. It showed that prehaps the new Wackys are a success! I was wondering about whatever that will be true or not because the 1985, 1986 and 1991 Wacky Packages series wern't.
I had a dream I saw the 2nd. 2004 series! The packs were yellow in the dream.
date: 5:43 pm - Tuesday, July 6, 2004
name: J. D.
Wow! Wacky Packages! They DO prompt fun memories from the mid 70s when many of the boys with whom I rode the bus to middle school collected them. It was interesting, but our bus loaded up at our midle school first and then rode over to the nearby high school to wait for it to release students so we could all ride home together. That was enough time for a few boys to stop at a SMALL store between the two and buy Wackies and Now and Laters for everyone before meeting us at the high school. Wackies adorned most of our notebooks and we loved them! I remember, though, that no one could ever find Tricks, so of course we all wanted it. Finally, however, one boy found it and he suddenly had to field pre-teen business offers for it. I do not recall what I offered him except that it was multiple Wackies, but he traded with me, so I had what was for us the rare card! Honestly, I have thought little of Wackies in the last 20 years, though it is amazing that when I use or see certain products�Liquid Plumber, Tang, Ragu, etc.�how the names come unbidden to me. Liquid Plumber will ALWAYS be Liquid Bomber! To bring this full circle, My wife, son, and I were camping near Anderson, South Carolina when I found a comic book store there and just wanted to check it out; that is one hobby that I never lost. As I was paying for my comics, I looked around the register, and there was a sight that caused the memories to flush over me�a box of Wacky Packages! I could not believe my eyes, and remarked to the girl working there about my surprise at seeing them. I did not buy any then, but thought about them more and more, and when I came home, decided to do a search on the Internet, which eventually led me to this site�which is itself unbelievable! so thorough and nicley done, it is clear that it is the product of many hours of work and love! The next day, I went to Target and bought some loose packs�no bonus box though, either there or at Wal-Mart as our local Wally does not sell trading cards out of fear of them being stolen�but I was able to put together the entire new set. My seven year old son, who was skeptical at first, even became smitten with them when I showed him Go-Dirt as he likes Go-Gurt! Seeing the look of understanding and joy when he realized the parody was cool. What more, as an English teacher, it is useful for me to teach him the concepts of parody and satire! Thanks for a great site and for helping those fun, old memories to resurface!
date: 9:38 am - Monday, July 5, 2004
I luv Crust toothpaste. I use it. I sexxx it. Crust for Life yo!!
Wacko Jacko is hott
date: 3:36 pm - Sunday, July 4, 2004
I told my 9 yo son about Wacky Packs a few weeks ago - the fad that I was really into when I was his age. He received his Boys Life magazine last week, and there they were! We just went to Target tonight and got a pack of the new ones. He loved them!! I'm glad they're back.
Thanks for the site. It brought back feelings from long ago - seeing the cards that I got. It's so funny how different they look now that I'm actually familiar with the products. LOL
Does anyone remember the gum that came with them that was as hard as a rock??!!
date: 10:52 pm - Saturday, July 3, 2004
name: John S
Yesterday I was cleaning out my old desk before I gave it to my son and I came across what's left of my collections of Wackys, I think I have 40 or 50 left from the early-mid 70s. I probably had 100s of them at one point, not counting the ones that we stuck everywhere when I was in elementary school. It got so bad that they were banned in school and on the school bus, I got a good paddling in 4th grade for violating the ban and GASP, having Wacky Packages in my possession (just to trade, of course, but teacher didn't buy it, come to think of it I guess teachers aren't as dumb as I thought). Ahhh, the days of some physical persuation to move your brains from you behind back up to where they belong. The discovery of my old Wacky Packies stirred a lot of fun memories. I still see my old 4th grade teacher from time to time, he's long retired and far crustier than he was 30 years ago, I think I'll stick a few on his car or his mailbox just for the heck of it, I think it will bring a grin to his face almost as big as the grin I have on my face right now.....
date: 11:01 am - Thursday, July 1, 2004
name: Kenny Woolley
This is my third entry to the guestbook here and I will tell you my family - Wacky Pack lookalikes for this series.Here they are:
Rocko(a teddy bear)-The Struggle Bear
Kenny -Lame Boy Broken Bone Kid
Ryan -The Anvil Guy
Alec -Dork Peppermint Potty Jerk
Mom - Error Lady
Dad - Fred Gravestone (The Gravestones)
date: 4:19 pm - Tuesday, June 29, 2004
name: Don Quinn
FINALLY! The last time I saw "Wacky Stickers" was back in 1980 when I was 10 years old. The local stores in Northwest,IN (near Chicago) stopped carrying them. I thought they were discontinued. Over the years I would every now and then check out the baseball card section in stores, but would always come up empty. A few days ago I was at Wal-Mart checking out and saw the card section. Needles to say I couldn't beleive my eyes!!! After 24yrs they were back! I didn't know what to do. I didn't have to ask mom for any money so I bought the whole box! It was better than Christmas opening the packs. lol
date: 4:08 am - Thursday, June 17, 2004