name: Brian Hass
I loved Wacky Packages. During the late 1970's, a babysitter had given some of her sticker cards to my brother and me; and, we instantly fell in love with the whole concept. When the local store began to sell Wacky Packages during the 1980's, I collected one whole series. I gave the duplicate stickers to my brother, who attached them to the desk in his bedroom. After moves to several houses over the years, only a small number of those stickers have managed to survive; but, my memories of Wacky Packages are fond ones! A cousin of mine also collected the stickers; and, he always referred to them as "Wacky Packs." Great website! I'll be back every now and then for another look around.
date: 5:52 pm - Friday, November 8, 2013
name: Norma Harris
I love this. I remember wacky packages. I loved them.
date: 8:42 pm - Friday, September 6, 2013
I am a 60's/70's child and had so many of these Wacky Stickers and loved them! Still do and fortunately I saved about 20 of them. I love your website....have been really diggin' looking them up and learning alot. Thankyou , you have saved us from going crazy trying to find these. Great memories too.
date: 2:37 am - Friday, August 30, 2013
name: Lee Ann Heyward
I remember wacky packs very well. Loved them!
date: 3:50 am - Monday, August 12, 2013
name: Nathan Martin
I was introduced to wacky packages by my dad and i got hooked on them the art work rocks as long as Topps keeps making i'll keep buying WP Forever! =)
date: 8:13 am - Saturday, May 4, 2013
name: Edwin Oriols
I started collecting wacky's when i was 8 about ten years ago, I still do and I keep them in custom made binders, one for every series. This is a great sight keep up the great work.
date: 6:05 am - Thursday, February 28, 2013
name: Ron Coy
Yes it's me the one everybody loves to hate...LOL!!! I just wanted LYK I still collect (not quite as passionatly) & still LOVE "Wacky-Packages" I just wish there were a place we could talk & have fun w/things related to this most awesome hobby! But I found out the hard way (like most things in life) it's just about the money! I wish nothing but the best to ALL of my fellow-collectors! Who knows maybe I'll show up at (another) show one of these days if I'm ever well enough to do so? I hope you & your wife are doing well Greg? Feel free to call me anytime as I'm usualy here. BTW I've got a new laptop & have forgot my password & cannot log-in to the forum? Have a WONDERFUL-WEEKEND Greg!!! All my best...
date: 5:15 pm - Friday, February 15, 2013
I was watching an episode of Pawn Stars tonight and someone was trying to sell a collection of Garbage Pail Kids cards...then I remembered Wacky Packies from back in the 70's. I laughed just remembering. When I was a kid they were the coolest! I spent all available change getting them and trading with my friends. I'm in my 50's now and some of them STILL make me laugh out loud!
date: 3:24 am - Monday, February 11, 2013
Hello fron Qu�bec canada!
I just recently found out that the WACKY CARDS were still around in 2011 by watching a kid and his dad unwrapping them on youtube!(reaganzilla is their channel) how cool is it that this kid can exprience WACKY PACKAGES and even cooler for his dad to share this experience with him and us on youtube! I Feel like I am 10 years old again! Keep up the good and WACKY work!
date: 11:55 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013
Ah, the fun of Wacky Packages. In '74 I started cutting grass so when payday came around I'd ride my bike to WaWa to pick up some Wackies. My brothers and I would trade them, and he being the older brother managed to con us two younger guys out of all of our 1st series cards. Oh, to be 12 again, and not a care in the world. That's the beauty of Wacky Packages.
date: 4:00 am - Monday, December 10, 2012